Its so hilarious this president Trump keeps playing the lefties. While everyone focuses on the fake news reporting and Blogovich and is too lazy to look into who Trump actually pardoned. Just a bunch of rich white guys right ?...... whom already served their time LOL
these are just ceremonial. Just when I think Trump comes up with his best troll he continues to out do himself.
But they want to deflect to Russia Russia and Ukraine. Don't focus on the 4 minority women, two black, one Cuban, and one Mexican he pardoned with real sentences that before Trump liberals supported these types of policies. This guy is running circles around you lefties. You all keep telling yourself the black and brown communities don't notice.
The President pardoned Angela Stanton, an author, television personality, and motivational speaker, for her involvement in a stolen vehicle ring in 2007, for which she served six months of home confinement.
Since then, Stanton has worked hard to help improve reentry outcomes, the White House statement said.
According to her website, her memoir details a "hustler's life of crime" alongside Real Housewives of Atlanta's Phaedra Parks.
Tynice Nichole Hall
Trump commuted the sentence of Tynice Nichole Hall, after she served almost 14 years for drug-related charges. Hall was convicted on charges to distribute, possess, and manufacture crack cocaine, as well as possession of firearms, per the Justice Department.
Since she was incarcerated in 2006, Hall took numerous job training programs and has continued to work toward her college degree, the White House statement said.
Her clemency was supported by former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker and Alice Johnson, whose sentence Trump commuted in 2018 at the behest of Kim Kardashian West.
Trump commuted the sentence of Crystal Munoz, who served 12 years in prison for marijuana-related charges.
In 2008, Munoz was found guilty and sentenced to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana, according to court records.
She has spent much of her time in prison committed to her rehabilitation. Munoz mentored others and volunteered to help with a hospice program, according to the White House statement.
Munoz previously applied for clemency during the Obama administration.
The President commuted the 35-year prison sentence of Judith Negron for her role in a $205 million Medicare fraud scheme.
Negron, a minority-owner of a mental health care company in Miami, Florida, was found guilty in 2011 on multiple counts of health care fraud and money laundering.
She served eight years of her 35-year sentence. Johnson was also among those advocating for Negron's commutation.