President Barack Obama's executive orders are getting more ridiculous the longer he stays in office. His latest "initiative" calls for the release of over 6,000 criminals from federal prisons over the next few days.
In a speech at Rutgers University on Tuesday, Obama explained that he is releasing 6,000 career criminals back onto the streets to right a social wrong through his "criminal justice reform" program.
Obama told Rutgers students that there are too many criminals in prisons that are "disproportionately black and Latino."
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) November 2, 2015
— EdAsante (@EdAsante77) November 2, 2015
Obama claims the 6,000 federal criminals are "non-violent" offenders who simply need "a second chance" to prove they can be productive citizens.
To ease their transition back into society, Obama issued another executive order: banning government employers and federal contractors from asking criminals if they have ever been convicted of any crime… ever.
That means if a "non-violent" sex offender seeks employment at a government daycare center, the daycare center can't ask the applicant if he has ever been convicted of a sex-related crime.
Or if a "non-violent" crackhead applies at a government pharmacy or hospital -- where narcotics are plentiful -- the hospital can't ask the applicant if he or she has ever been convicted of a drug-related offense.
— Valerie Jarrett (@vj44) November 2, 2015
— angry libertarian (@mattatat138) November 2, 2015