Skip to comments.Joe Arpaio: One Day I Will Go Public – What They Did to Me They Can Do to Anybody
Posted on 08/23/2017 11:53:16 AM PDT by davikkm
Sheriff Joe Arpaio spoke with Neil Cavuto from FOX Business Network on Wednesday after the Trump rally Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona.
On Tuesday President Trump hinted he will pardon the former sheriff for charges that stem from defying a state judges order to stop traffic patrols targeting suspected undocumented immigrants.
The 85 year-old Arpaio is facing possible time in jail.
Sheriff Joe defended and praised his friend President Donald Trump and lashed out at the far left hacks who put him through hell for several years in a political witch hunt.
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The paperwork is done and Sheriff Joe’s pardon will be signed today. Per Alex Jones/Infowars just got texted live on air from White House with the news.
So get ready folks cause the left/Marxist America haters gonna flip their wigs......
That’s a warning from Joe, to heed.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio will be on Hannity today.
Simply because he tried to enforce the law. That’s no longer allowed.
Better do it soon. He’s 87.
A sheriff has a sworn duty, as the highest law enforcement official in a county, to enforce the law, with the primary purpose of protecting the safety and well-being of county residents/citizens.
Joe did just that - and was repeatedly re-elected to said office because he was not afraid to do his job.
A court barfed up an insane anti-law ruling, so Joe found a bit of a way around said ruling so he could continue to do his SWORN duty. So he is convicted by a court of, basically, doing his job.
Our nation has literally lost it’s collective mind.
Alex Jones? Uh.... While Trump did kind of throw out a vague hint with his comment that Sheriff Joe was going to do “just fine”, Alex Jones is no more reliable a source for anything than Rachel MadCow on CNN...
I can hear the MSM now; the Sheriff Joe pardon is a dog whistle to Paul Manafort that everything will be alright, just mum’s the word.
He's absolutely right. I worked for NY State, and was told on day one, that if they want to get rid of you, they'll drum up charges to do it. They'll even take out as many other people as are needed, just to get to you.
I hope the WH is not giving news to infowars as that would be humiating.
At 85, I sure hope he spills the beans sooner rather than later.
His job was to enforce the laws.
He did it well, too well for the open borders types.
They got a court to tell him to stop.
He kept enforcing the laws.
So they find him in contempt of court for enforcing the laws.
Fedzilla does not like challenges to its authority.
The Bunkerville trial is another example of Fedzilla getting even.
better not wait too long. one day this 85 year old man will be dead.
To prevent him from getting a jury trial, they charged him with a misdemeanor which meant his request for a jury trial could be denied, which it was.
Arpaio correctly maintained he was enforcing the laws on the books and the judge was ordering him to illegally allow illegal aliens to have free run of Arizona.
The judge then filed criminal contempt charges against Arpaio for his refusal to follow her unlawful decision.
Not a Court - a Judge.
Joe was arrested and tried for a misdemeanor so the Judge could - technically - refuse Him (Joe) a jury trial.
The Judge turned down every request for a jury trial, heard the evidence and found Him guilty.
That’s not a ‘Court’ in the way I have known it...(Gramps was a Judge for 37 years, and many of my relatives have been/are lawyers on e a state SC Justice).
What are you waiting for Joe. You are in your eighties...time is not on your side.
Alex Jones is very reliable and way ahead of the curve.
Oh yeah they can, see the Hammond and Bundy ranchers out west.
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