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Boy, 8, killed protecting his 7yo sister from sex abuse, what should we do with the killer? [POLL]

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Deandre Chaney, Jr. was caught in the act of sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl by her 8-year-old brother. Chaney beat little Dante Daniels with a hammer. Dante died six days later.

“This guy beat my grandson with a hammer. Down to his spine. They couldn’t save his brain,” Dante’s grandmother Monique Brown told KTXL.

We know justice should be blind, and should be administered fairly. But here’s a case we could call “open and shut.”

Chaney is the ex-boyfriend of Dante’s mother, 28-year-old Elizabeth Salone. At some point, investigators say the suspect turned the hammer and knife on Salone and the 7-year-old girl.

Salone sustained an eye injury during the altercation and will “probably never see out of her left eye,” Brown said.

The family harvested little Dante’s heart, which was transplanted to a 4-year-old in California. But Chaney, who was apprehended hiding under a tarp in a back yard shed, still lives. This wasn’t his first run-in with the law, or as a sexual offender. He had an outstanding warrant for failing to register as a sex offender, and other assault and battery charges dating back to 2011.

What should be done with Chaney?

Certainly, the death penalty exists for people like this.

California has not carried out a death sentence in eleven years. But a Supreme Court ruling on a voter ballot initiative, Proposition 66, may lead to resumption of executions in the state.

After 11-year hiatus, could death penalty soon be carried out again in California? – LA Times

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-death-row-qa-20170824-htmlstory.htmlCalifornia has not executed an inmate since 2006 because of issues related to the lethal injection method used. Courts struck down California’s previous three-drug lethal injection method, and Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration did not propose a new protocol until last year.

California’s death row is the largest in the country, and more than 15 prisoners have exhausted their appeals and could be executed.

What do you think?

It takes years for a death penalty case to wind its way through the courts. While someone like Chaney could easily earn a death sentence from a jury, he’d likely spend decades on death row, waiting.

Meanwhile, little Dante lost his entire life. This argument is solely about the 8th Amendment, prohibiting “cruel and unusual punishment.” That’s why certain kinds of lethal injection are no longer performed in America, because the three-drug protocol is banned in most of the world where the drugs are made, and those countries won’t sell it to us anymore.

Would it be cruel to sentence convicts of capital crimes against children to life without parole, the entire sentence in solitary confinement? Would it be cruel to sentence these convicts to a quick death by other means?

As for me, I’d be perfectly fine if they went medieval on Chaney. Drawing and quartering is too good for someone like that.

What do you think? Take our poll.


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Ben Carson points to Trump’s policies as proof he is not a racist

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Ben Carson points to Trumps policies as proof he is not a racist

HUD Secretary Ben Carson knows about racism. He’s dealt with it throughout his life growing up in Detroit. He knows how to recognize a racist and makes an important point about President Trump as the media and Democrats continue to paint him as a bigot. His point: If you want to see whether or not Trump is a racist, look at his policies.

I’ll take that sentiment up a notch and say look at the results of his policies. The unemployment rates for black and Hispanic Americans are at all-time lows. His attempts to thwart illegal immigration are designed protect and empower legal immigrants. And the freedom to live as an American citizen regardless of race or any other element of intersectionality has never been higher. If Trump is a racist, he’s very bad at it.

The point the media and Democrats point to is a Tweet that many question whether or not it was a racist sentiment. Don’t buy into the media lies that it’s a foregone conclusion; they are using the logical fallacy of “begging the question” in order to try to convince the American people that they don’t like Trump’s Tweet. But in reality, what he said in context was not racist. Irresponsible? Yes. Inappropriate? Maybe, maybe not. The House members he was referring to have a tendency to inflame people, mostly in a negative way, and have demonstrated clearly anti-American worldviews through their own words and actions.

Secretary Carson’s point should be heeded by all Americans. If Trump is a racist, his policies certainly don’t reflect that. If he’s trying to keep minorities down, he’s failing miserably. But look at the state of minorities in Democratic cities. Different story.

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Exposing the truth about Republicans

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Which party founded the KKK, supported slavery, and opposed civil rights and giving blacks the vote?

A recent video from Will Witt from PragerU exposes that people do not really know that much about the Republican and Democratic parties. The revelation of the facts of the matter shocked most of the people, showing that the government indoctrination system is woefully inadequate to educating the country. No matter how much money they waste.

Now that the Left is doing all they can to render the words racist and sexist meaningless, while numbing everyone to real crimes against certain minorities. It’s vitally important to correct the record on which political party began with the purpose of the abolition of slavery. The party that started the – and revived – the KKK and which party opposed civil rights and giving blacks the vote.

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The three candidates who fell for Erica Thomas’s hate hoax are too gullible to be president

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The three candidates who fell for Erica Thomass hate hoax are too gullible to be president

The President of the United States needs to be able to call out lies, especially when they’re told by people who may share ideological alignment. Republicans should be the first to call out Republicans when one of them is wrong, and Democrats should expect the same from their own ranks.

There’s another characteristic important for a president. They can’t be gullible, again with an emphasis on being gullible to stories coming from within one’s own tribe. There are too many false narratives in the world of American politics, so being able to see a blatant lie for what it is makes for an important presidential trait.

Georgia state representative Erica Thomas lied. She played the race card, turned it into an anti-Trump dog whistle, and then doubled down when confronted by her fellow Democrat she was trying to slander. But three Democratic candidates quickly backed her on her tall tale. None of them have retracted now that the truth is known. And no Democratic candidate has called her out for perpetrating another hate hoax.

There is real racism in America and it should be confronted. But the breathless rants of people desperately trying to emerge in the crowded Democratic field are often too quick to pass the wrong judgment when it suits their narrative. Such is the case for three reactionary and gullible candidates:

Bill de Blasio, Beto O’Rourke, and Julian Castro failed the jump-to-conclusions test, the see-through-the-lies test, and the make-everything-about-race test. It’s no surprise that their candidacies for president are failing or that they’re desperately attempting to pander to the African-American community by backing a false narrative. There was no racism involved in this incident, and most Americans had the sense to question the validity of Thomas’s outrageous claim. But in the world of Democrats who are stricken with Trump Derangement Syndrome, the only surprise is that fewer didn’t fall for it. Perhaps it was fortunate for them it happened over the weekend.

Hate hoaxers like Erica Thomas should be condemned, not embraced for their hatred. The three who were too gullible to see through her fabrications are not presidential nomination material.

The first Democratic candidate to call out Erica Thomas’s lies gets my endorsement for the party’s nomination. I still won’t vote for them next November, but at least they’ll stand out as the one honest person among two dozen race hoax enablers.

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