G. McConway
September 19, 2022

Fetterman Pardon Voting Regularly in Favor of Murderers

Tell John Fetterman you did not kill someone, and that appears to be all that is needed for a pardon vote from the United States Senate candidate in Pennsylvania.

Last week, we reported another story about Fetterman pardoning a convicted murderer who killed a woman with scissors.

Another report surfaced this week, of yet another murderer that Fetterman freed.

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For those of you that did not know, Fetterman has a convicted murderer on his staff, two of them actually, that he pardoned.

The report last week noted that there was zero evidence in a case where Fetterman was the sole vote to free a convicted murderer.

Why did Fetterman want him released? He did not believe the man was capable of murder.

While he was unsuccessful in that case, he did manage to get Charles "Zeke" Goldblum freed from prison.

Goldblum was convicted of killing a man with garden shears.

He had requested a commutation of his sentence seven times to other administration, never successful.

Yet, when Fetterman ran the Board of Pardons, he somehow convinced the board to vote unanimously to have this man freed.

If you look at Fetterman's voting record on the board, he is often the sole vote to have someone paroled, as though he pledged that you could empty 1/3 of the prisons in PA and not put people at risk.

Oh, sorry, he did make that pledge.

It is bad enough this man is ruining the state of Pennsylvania; how about we don't let his poison start to saturate the entire country.

Source: Free Beacon

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