(NationalSentinel) President Obama is determined to ensure that once he finally, thankfully, leaves office, he leaves behind a legacy of chaos and turmoil unlike any before him.
As reported byÂ Agence France Presse, Obama is being pressured to pardon or commute the sentences of some very bad actors and traitors who, through their actions, have put all Americans at risk:
Among them is Bowe Bergdahl, a US Army sergeant held captive for five years by the Taliban before his release in a prisoner swap, who is due to be court-martialed for desertion.
Leonard Peltier, a Native American activist convicted for the 1975 deaths of two FBI agents in what his supporters say was a setup, is also hoping to enjoy Obama’s good graces.
Then there’s Edward Snowden, who made the shattering revelation in 2013 of a global communications and internet surveillance system set up by the United States.
The 33-year-old, a refugee in Russia, is backed by numerous celebrities like actress Susan Sarandon and singer Peter Gabriel, as well as Amnesty International and the American Civil Liberties Union.
…In another leak case, Chelsea Manning is serving a 35-year sentence in solitary confinement for handing 700,000 sensitive military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks, some of them classified.
Activists say her sentence is excessive and point to the psychological frailty of the transgender soldier who has already made two suicide attempts.
While Obama is not likely to pardonÂ allÂ of these people, he has already pardoned or commuted the sentences ofÂ more than triple the amount of President Bill Clinton (Clinton’s 396 to Obama’s more than 1,200). And more are on the way.
Obama’s Left-wing activism aside, the man is seriously putting lives and property in danger. Given the incredibly high recidivism rate–something “the smartest president ever” surely is aware of–it is a certainty that a good number of the prisoners he’s releasing early are going to re-offend.
Only a president who wants to create chaos and hardship for others he pretends to care about would do such a thing.