Here we go again. Add “justice-involved” to the list of PC terms like the bizarre nonsensical “undocumented citizens,” “transgendered,” and “mentally challenged.”
On last Sunday’s edition of The Teri O’Brien Show, we discussed Obama’s claim during last weekend’s address that having criminals in prison is bad for the economy, and is of course, RAAACIST.
On previous editions of The Teri O’Brien Show, we’ve discussed his administration’s push to coerce landlords to rent to criminals, under threat of accusations of–wait for it–racism.
Barack Obama’s Department of Justice is deploying a new term for convicted criminals: “justice-involved individuals.”
“In an effort to help young people involved in the justice system find jobs and housing, the U.S. Departments of Justice and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced $1.75 million for Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) and nonprofit legal service organizations to address the challenges justice-involved individuals face when trying to find work and a place to call home,” a statement from the Department of Justice reads.
Convicts who turned to a life of crime early on are “the future,” Attorney General Loretta Lynch said, calling them “justice-involved youth”…
The Juvenile Reentry Assistance Program helps ex-cons in part by expunging or sealing the criminal records for those as old as 24 so they can live in taxpayer-funded housing.
Lynch’s statement came during “National Reentry Week,” where the Obama administration works to soften or eliminate the consequences of committing serious crimes and ensure ex-cons are given the same advantages as lifelong, law-abiding citizens.
Are we noticing a pattern? The Obama Regime’s pets are illegal aliens, criminals (who are often one in the same as we have often discussed here and on The Teri O’Brien Show), especially drug offenders, and unscreened Muslim “refugees” from jihadist hotbeds. The disfavored are veterans, law-abiding taxpayers, property owners, doctors and police officers.
One more question, one I’ve asked before: Are you fed up yet?