We’re just about one year into the Donald Trump Presidency, and so far we’ve got no Wall, limited deportations, troops still scattered across the globe, a travel/Moslem ban that’s nothing more than a paper tiger, new Russia sanctions, DACA back on the legislative table, increasing hostility towards Iran, and less freedom of speech than under Bathhouse Barry.
We do, however, have a newly-freed Jew that was doing nearly 30 years in prison for bank fraud and for giving work to hundreds of border-jumping Mexicans, Guatemalans, and other Mestizos.
Literally hundreds – this Semite’s business was a straight-up Mayan city-state.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday commuted the prison sentence of former Iowa slaughterhouse executive Sholom Rubashkin, who was sentenced to 27 years for bank fraud and money laundering, the White House said.
In a statement, the White House said the decision, which is not a presidential pardon, had bipartisan support from leaders across the political spectrum, such as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-California) and Orrin Hatch (R-Utah). Trump’s action does not vacate Rubashkin’s conviction and leaves his term of supervised release and a restitution obligation, the White House said.
Imagine if this was a White Christian caught with hundreds of White South Africans inside his factory – he’d be rotting under the prison, and the workers would long-ago have been shipped to a Negro township back home.
Rubashkin, a 57-year-old father of 10 children, oversaw operations at Agriprocessors, a large kosher meatpacking plant owned by his father in the northern Iowa town of Postville. The plant was raided by agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in May 2008, leading to the arrests of nearly 400 Mexican and Guatemalan immigrants who were living and working in the country without authorization.
The raid sparked a chain of events, including Agriprocessors declaring bankruptcy, that led investigators to suspicious invoices and other sales records that Rubashkin faked to make the company appear on better financial footing. Prosecutors accused Rubashkin of using the fake paperwork to continue borrowing on a $35 million line of credit, ultimately resulting in a $27 million loss for a St. Louis-based bank when Agriprocessors went defunct.
Study the Talmud – nothing that Rubashkin did was in violation of his people’s most holy scriptures.
Rubashkin was convicted in 2009 and sentenced to 27 years in prison. He has served more than eight years of that sentence.
Rubashkin’s attorney, Guy Cook, praised Trump’s commutation, the president’s first in office. Cook said Rubashkin “finally received justice” and called the commutation tremendous news for the Rubashkin family, who live Borough Park, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.
A review of Rubashkin’s case was supported by more than 30 members of Congress, including Steve King, the White House said. He was the only Iowa representative to support a review. Five former high-ranking Department of Justice officials, including former FBI Director Louis Freeh, also supported a review of the case, the White House said.
We love you, Steve, but were you drunk when you ordered this review?
Maybe you smoked a little of the “side crop” you have hidden in some Iowa cornfields?
Rubashkin has enjoyed support from his community of Chabad-Lubavitch Jews. He is serving his sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Otisville in New York.
Of course he was supported by his own – Chabad Jews have a loyalty to their members that we long ago surrendered in favor of liberty, equality, and capitalist-infused individualism.
And while I loathe the Jews with every fiber of my being for what they did (and are doing) to my people, I do have to admit the fact that they typically band together in a way that we should seriously consider emulating.
It may prove the key to survival in this fallen world of ours.