The recent Rodney Reed case in Texas highlights why the death penalty is so problematic.
The former U.S. attorney said, "It's well past time for this guy, in my opinion, to be carted off to save us all."
But not the way he means to. The Texas Republican doesn't exactly understand how hate crimes are prosecuted.
Proof that Trump's base has no conception of reality or laws and embrace totalitarianism fully.
One can only wonder if Tinderholt requires the ritual sacrifice of young women to feed his particular obsession.
Trump-adoring Pastor Robert Jeffress assured the Christian Fox & Friends viewers that they should have no worries about the death penalty perhaps killing innocent people because, hey, they can be just like Jesus!
So much for these fake Christians pretending to be "pro-life."
Fox's favorite Trump supporting so-called "Christian," Pastor Robert Jeffress defends the death penalty, telling the Fox & Friends hosts "Let's admit, the death penalty is sometimes inequitably and even mistakenly applied. [...] But I remind people, the greatest example of an innocent person being executed was Jesus Christ himself."
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) on Sunday said that he was "not sure" if the death penalty should be applied to drug offenses.
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