Pressley believes that prisons may be a breeding ground for the virus and as such, the only solution would be to grant clemency to those within prison walls muttizettelen.
Specifics, as you might imagine, were vague.
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Pressley questioned Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, about whether or not he had heard of the possibility of commuting sentences or granting clemency out of the administration disney plus download on smart tv.
“And just because the Administration has an express commitment to criminal justice reform, you know, this president has less commutations than the previous president,” she sneered video von homepage downloaden. “However, with overcrowding, the federal corrections system is a breeding ground for deadly outbreak.”
“Dr. Fauci, has the president or any member of the task force raised clemency power to as a method of preventing a potentially devastating outbreak?”
“To my knowledge, no,” Fauci smiled herunterladen. “They may have done it not in my presence, but to my knowledge they have not.”
It’s difficult to imagine Pressley’s proposal to release prisoners as a means to curtail infections would be considered a wise idea by Dr musik zum herunterladen aufs handy kostenlos. Fauci himself.
Fauci notes that this country needs two things to happen in order to limit the spread of coronavirus: “To contain the influx of people who are infected coming from the outside and the ability to contain and mitigate within our own country.”
Containment, it would seem, is something he approves movie maker kostenlos herunterladen. If prisoners happen to contract a case of the virus, the best place for them to be would be remaining behind bars.
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“Given the crowding and overpopulating in our prisons for a confluence of other reasons … are an ecosystem in a petri dish for the spreading of this pandemic,” Pressley explained engl herunterladen.
She added that her colleagues – Reps. Nydia Velasquez, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Rashida Tlaib – have joined her in asking the Bureau of Prisons to “use their full power and to communicate guidance for how we will contain and mitigate this epidemic behind the wall.”
“I think now would be the time to commute some sentences, to exact clemency and to take care of our most vulnerable,” Pressley told ‘The Rev.’ “10% of those incarcerated are over the age of 60 and already have an underlying condition.”
Last week, Pressley slammed New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for using prison labor to help make the state’s own line of hand sanitizer, calling it “especially demeaning, ironic [and] exploitive.”
If they’re surrounded by hand sanitizer, they’re in better shape than most of the public.
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