Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Disgraced liberal Governor wants to stop prosecuting 20-year olds as adults

Liberal Governor Dannel P. Malloy [Source: WSJ]
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Liberal Governor Dannel P. Malloy has destroyed the state of Connecticut. After he was first elected, he rewarded the people of his state by giving them some of the biggest tax hikes in their history. This resulted in major companies — like General Electric — leaving due to the anti-business climate he created. To say it’s hard to get ahead in such a burdened state is an understatement.

Many people think of Connecticut as a wealthy New England state, but they actually have some of the most crime-ridden cities in the nation. The only thing the government seems to offer is high taxes and crime — and that’s not even mentioning the recent “sanctuary state” status that the governor is pushing for. It is no wonder that he has been called “Americas Worst Governor” by the National Review.

In office due to voter fraud?

What’s even more horrifying is that the liberal Governor appears to maintain his office due to legitimate cases of voter fraud. It seems the only way to get ahead in Connecticut is to break the law; now the Governor wants to change the age of citizens who are prosecuted as adults from 18 to 20 years old. Maybe it will help his incarceration statistics?

As reported by Heat Street,

“The reasoning for this change rests on scientific research concluding that the human brain has not completely developed until a person is well into his 20s or even 30s.

In order to facilitate this change, Malloy’s bill creates a category for 18-20-year-old defendants called “young adults.”  If criminals fall into this category, their jail time would be limited to a maximum of four years. Connecticut would be the first state in the country with such a policy.”

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