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After Obama Screws Israel, Congress Announces Shocking Plan TO MAKE HIM PAY: Obama Is PISSED!

Obama did NOT see this coming.

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The Obama administration’s decision to stab Israel in the back continues to come back to haunt them. The move garnered outrage, both within the United States and internationally. And now, the House of Representatives is taking action.

Monday, House GOP leaders announced that the House will vote on legislation condemning United Nations Resolution 2334, which bans Israelis from building settlements in Jerusalem. The resolution passed 14-0, with the United States abstaining from the vote. Had the United States vetoed the resolution, though, it automatically would have failed, as the United States is a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council. It also came to light that the Obama administration helped engineer the resolution, calling leaders in Ukraine to urge them to vote in favor. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that the Obama administration “colluded” with the United Nations not only to get the resolution passed, but helped write it as well. Israeli officials say they have proof to back up their assertions, which they claim will be shared with President Trump when he takes office.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Ed Royce (R-Calif.) announced their plan to introduce the bill condemning the resolution on Monday, and said they expect to have bipartisan support when it is voted on.

“This Administration has lost all credibility when it comes to Israel. The Administration’s stunt at the UN hurt our ally Israel and made peace in the region even more difficult to achieve,” they said in a statement. “This Thursday, the House will not abstain from its responsibility and will vote on a bipartisan resolution reaffirming our longstanding policy in the region and support of Israel.”

Democrats and Republicans alike slammed the Obama administration for allowing the resolution to pass. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) was extremely vocal in his outrage, along with House Minority Whip Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.), Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.), Bob Casey (D-Penn.), Richard Blumenthal (D-Vt.), Mark Warner (D-Va.), and Chris Coons (D-Del.), who have all announced that they are willing to turn their backs on the Obama administration and work with Republicans to show their support for Israel. The Senate is also expected to introduce a similar bill this week, which also has bipartisan support. Other senators are calling for the United States to strip funding from the United Nations until the resolution is repealed.

Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot's Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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Right After NFL Legend Mike Ditka SLAMS Obama As ‘Worst President In History’ He Gets NASTY Surprise

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Being a conservative in TV isn’t good for your career. In fact, you don’t even have to be a conservative, you just have to be a free thinker that isn’t willing to drink the liberal kool-aid, and the powers that be will find a way to make sure that you’re either forced our or completely discredited.

This has become especially true in the Trump era where those in the media consider it their mission to make sure they poison every American with what comes through their TV’s and radios. The problem has even spread to sportscasters and is getting worse since the rapid growth of the NFL’s National Anthem protest. The one and only acceptable move on the part of many of these networks’ anchors is to do the politically correct thing and support the protesters.

This isn’t a rule that everyone is okay with. In fact, at least one former ESPN panelist just wasn’t having it. Mike Ditka proved that he’s willing to put his money where his mouth is, where his  viewpoints opinion just cost him a very coveted position at ESPN, according to the Patriot Chronicle:

“Just one week after making a disparaging remark against Barack Obama, NFL legend Mike Ditka has been removed from his position as a panelist for ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown.

Appearing on WABC’s The Bernie & Sid Show, Ditka pointed out that Obama was not a leader. In fact, the NFL Superbowl champion pointed out, Obama was worst president that the country had ever had.On the bright side, Ditka did say that Obama would be fun to play golf with, an activity that the president had been able to enjoy repeatedly, even when he heard the news that American soldiers are being killed in Afghanistan. Nothing seemed to interrupt the golf swing of the former community organizer.”

Dikta didn’t get to where he is in life by mincing words, and he isn’t about to start now. Someone asked him his opinion and he gave it. This happened a little over a year ago even before the widespread National Anthem protest picked up so much steam. The fact that ESPN was trying, even before all of this, to silence any voice that made a political statement that they didn’t agree with gives us an idea of how we got into this mess.

It’s no a secret that Ditka is a politically opinionated individual. He has been very open about his frustration with current officials and even considered doing something about it and running for office.

“Mike Ditka almost ran for U.S. Senator in 2004 against, then candidate, Barack Obama, to replace Jack Ryan. Ryan had stepped out of the race after sealed court records from his divorce began to seep out to the media.

Though Ryan’s actual divorce papers had been made public, both he and his former wife Jeri Ryan agreed to keep the custody records private out of respect for their child.

After winning the primary, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Schnider decided, despite both parents wanting the custody papers to remain sealed, that he would overturn that decision and make the documents available to the public.

Although candidate Obama called for the records to remain out of the race, allegations were thrown that it was Obama-backers who were feeding the information to the press.”

An extremely convenient win for the Obama campaign for sure. It’s easy to see that Dikta is one of the many conservatives that are held to a different standard than other people in their same position. ESPN makes a show of putting sports first, but this, plus all the coverage and commentary that has covered the anthem protest would point to them putting their politics first.

To be clear, putting your politics first isn’t wrong, it’s just a little underhanded to pretend that you only care about sports when you’re also trying to endorse liberals and shut down conservatives.

“Ditka, who considers himself to be a Conservative, said in a 2013 interview that the biggest mistake of his life was not running against Barack Obama in 2004, lamenting that if he had won, Obama would probably not have gotten to the White House.

He’s not a leader. This country needs leadership. It needs direction. It needs somebody that steps up front.”

While most on the outside looking in can see that the United States needs a unifying force, companies like ESPN and the others in the mainstream media seem bound and determined to continue to divide us by whatever means necessary. If that means shutting down the voice of a Super Bowl-winning coach in favor of the younger Antifa and BLM supporters, they’re apparently willing to do that.

ESPN seems to not be satisfied until they go the way of the NFL; tanked ratings, lost money and a slippery slope into irrelevance.

[H/T: Patriot Chronicle]

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Look What Just Happened To White Female Cop On Job After Who Saw What She Said About Anti-American NFL

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Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has made a statement saying that Michigan State Police director Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue will lose five days of pay as punishment for an inappropriate social media post about NFL players who kneel during our national anthem.

On September 24, Etue shared a meme on her personal Facebook page that called NFL players who kneel during the national anthem “millionaire ingrates who hate America.” She has since apologized but hasn’t publicly explained why she shared it in the first place.

Governor Snyder announced the decision Thursday where he said that after an investigation by MSP they have come to the decision that Etue will remain on the job, but will have her pay suspended for five days while reporting to work. The governor did go on to make very clear of the fact that he has “full faith” in Etue’s leadership.

So from what we can see here, Director Etue, who should be hailed as a hero, doesn’t seem to share the same rights as the millionaires in the NFL have. Apparently since she is a police officer in good standing and white, she isn’t allowed to share what she feels on her own personal Facebook page.

Forbes Reports:

The NFL’s Violent Crime Problem

The murder conviction of Aaron Hernandez, the video that revealed Ray Rice’s violence towards his fiancée, and the 10 game suspension of Greg Hardy for alleged violent off-field conduct have focused attention on violent crime among NFL football players.  Just days away from the NFL draft of college football players, issues of alleged criminal behavior circle around Jameis Winston, who is likely to be the first player selected in the draft.  Are these incidents isolated to a few players, or does the NFL have a more pervasive violent crime problem?

Arrests for violence, drugs and DUI are fairly common even for elite NFL players who have the most to lose from an arrest and possible suspension from the league without pay.  Unfortunately, young men are often arrested for violent acts and NFL players are no exception.  First round NFL draft selections are actually 37% less likely to be arrested for assault/domestic violence than men of similar age in the general population.  Nonetheless, more first round draft selections will be arrested while playing for the NFL than will ever be named first team All-Pro.[1]  The risk that a top draft selection gets in trouble with the law is a genuine concern for NFL teams.

About 1.1% of NFL first round draft selections are arrested for assault (including domestic violence) per season, based on data since the 2000 draft.  It is therefore to be expected that one of the 32 first round selections in this week’s NFL draft will be arrested for assault or domestic violence every three years.  The arrest rate for DUI and drug offenses is approximately twice as high as the rate for assaults, so two DUI or drug possession arrests are expected every three years for the new crop of first round selections.

The NFL spends millions of dollars evaluating college football prospects in its “combine”, “pro days”, private workouts, and interviews.  In recent years first round draft selections typically sign four year contracts with an average value of about $9 million with guaranteed salaries of about $4.5 million.  The NFL is in a unique situation because few other companies pay multi-million dollar annual salaries to men as prone to violent behavior as NFL players.

The rate at which top draft selections are arrested and the risk that an arrested player will be suspended suggests that an NFL draft prospect’s character should now be scrutinized as carefully as his physical talent.  The strict new NFL conduct policy can result in significant suspensions of a half-season or more for an arrest or other off-field conduct, even in the absence of a conviction.  More severe penalties and suspensions for conduct should cause teams to put even more emphasis on evaluating a player’s propensity for getting into trouble before drafting the player and signing him to a multi-million dollar contract.  However, criminologists have shown that it can be difficult to predict which men will commit crimes, how serious the crimes will be and when the criminal behavior will occur.  So while NFL teams have more incentive than most employers to screen their “job applicants” for possible future criminal behavior, it may prove difficult for teams to screen out risky draft prospects.

We calculate arrests rates using an arrest database compiled by journalists at the USA Today and San Diego Union Tribune.  Our arrest rate for assault/domestic violence is more than twice as high as the rate we obtain using the methodology from an ESPN/FiveThirtyEight report last summer.

The ESPN/FiveThirtyEight methodology uses the same arrest database, but attempts to calculate an arrest rate for all men who attend NFL preseason training camps (about 80 men per team per year).  However, many of these men do not appear on an NFL roster and are not employed by the league.  The rates computed by ESPN/FiveThirtyEight contain a negative bias because the arrest of a “wannabe” NFL player may not be reported in the news, and the alleged perpetrator may not be identified as an NFL player even if the arrest is reported.

Our results are insensitive to which draft cohorts are included in our analysis because, unfortunately, the arrest rate for top NFL players for assault/domestic violence has been fairly stable since journalists began tracking arrests in 2000.  413 players were selected in the first round of the NFL draft between 2000 and 2012.  These top selections played just under 2900 seasons between 2000 and 2014 and 25 of the players were arrested a total of 31 times for assault/domestic violence while in the NFL.  It is worth noting that some of the most publicized criminal cases involving NFL players are not included in these totals because: (i) the players were not first round selections (e.g. Jovan Belcher and Aaron Hernandez), (ii) the arrest occurred prior to the beginning of the arrest database (e.g. Rae Carruth), or (iii) the players were arrested after their NFL careers ended (e.g. Lawrence Phillips and Darren Sharper).[2]

NFL teams are unlikely to find comfort in the fact that first round selections are arrested for either assault/domestic violence or DUI/drug possession at about 63% of the rate for men of the same age in the general population.[3]  When 18% of the NFL’s most highly paid and highly visible players are arrested, the league faces a substantial public relations problem even though many arrests result in an acquittal or a dismissal of charges.[4]  The NFL’s tough new player conduct policy should help because players who are arrested for a violent act will typically be ineligible to compete for an extended period.  Personal evaluations and prior criminal convictions of draft participants may soon be as important to NFL general managers as 40 yard dash times.

I am grateful to Brent Joplin, at an Associate Economist at Welch Consulting, for his help with this post. 

[1] “First team All-Pro” means that a player has been selected to the Associated Press First All Pro Team indicating the player is the best in the NFL at his position for the season.  Of the 287 players selected in the first round between 2004 and 2012, 44 were arrested and 36 were ever a first team All-Pro selection.

[2] Aaron Hernandez, a fourth round draft selection in 2010, was arrested for murder in 2013 and convicted of murder earlier this year.  Jovan Belcher, an undrafted free agent in 2009, murdered his girlfriend and committed suicide in 2012.  Rae Carruth, a first round draft selection in 1997, was convicted of conspiracy to commit the murder of the woman who was carrying his unborn child (the murder occurred in 1999).  Lawrence Phillips, a first round draft selection in 1996, was convicted of felony assault with a deadly weapon and seven other counts of assault in 2005 after his NFL career ended.  Darren Sharper, a second round selection in 1997, pled guilty to nine counts of rape and sexual assault in 2015 after his NFL career ended.

[3] For all other crimes we find that the arrest rate for first round NFL players is about one seventh of the arrest for men of the same age in the general population.

[4] 18% of first round draft selections between 2000 and 2012 were arrested while still active in the NFL.

Wow, judging by those numbers, no wonder NFL ball tossers don’t like our police officers!

Although Etue makes $165,000 a year, she’ll be losing just under 2 percent of her pay. But she still must work those five days. Isn’t it great how freedom of speech seems to work these days? If you are an overpaid illiterate ball-tossing thug you are allowed to share your thoughts on a worldwide platform. But if you are a police officer you aren’t allowed to express yourself on your own personal Facebook page. What is wrong with this picture? And where are all the liberal women coming to her defense?

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Rogue Judge Just Stabbed Trump In Back With What She Did To Secretly DESTROY Pardoned Sheriff Joe

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Here we go again. Once again an activist rogue judge intent on legislating from the bench has decided to not follow the United States Constitution.

Former Maricopa County Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio received a pardon from President Donald Trump last August, but the judge who found him guilty of criminal contempt is now refusing to erase evidence of his conviction.

A presidential pardon ensures that Sheriff Arpaio is protected from prosecution, and the United States Justice Department had asked Judge Susan Ritchie Bolton to have her rulings vacated from the court so no trace of the judgment exists. But like the good little liberal globalist that she is, she has refused.

The liberal hack judge wrote in her denial that the power to pardon is an executive prerogative of mercy, but what it doesn’t do is modify how judicial records are kept. And that to vacate the ruling, in this case, would run afoul of this important distinction.

Arpaio has vowed to keep fighting, and his legal team has said they will appeal Bolton’s ruling on grounds that she misstated the facts in a previous presidential pardon case involving former President Bill “BJ” Clinton, of course, which she used as legal precedent for this ruling.

AZCental Reports:

Sheriff Joe Arpaio in contempt of federal court, judge rules

Six months after arguments concluded in a case against “America’s Toughest Sheriff,” U.S. District Judge G. Murray Snow broke his silence on Friday, filing a series of withering findings with one big conclusion:

Sheriff Joe Arpaio is in civil contempt of federal court.

Snow ruled that the Maricopa County lawman and three of his top aides violated an order meant to curtail racial profiling in his agency, according to the ruling issued Friday.

The ruling held Arpaio in contempt on all three potential counts, ending a lengthy proceeding that started a year ago when Snow convened a series of hearings in downtown Phoenix to determine whether Arpaio and his commanders defied Snow’s court orders.

Chief Deputy Jerry Sheridan was found in contempt on two counts, and retired Chief Brian Sands and Lt. Joe Sousa each were found in contempt of one.

The ruling set the stage for reforms, costly sanctions and a potential referral for criminal prosecution, although the judge refrained from making any official decisions on those matters yet.

“In short, the Court finds that the Defendants have engaged in multiple acts of misconduct, dishonesty, and bad faith with respect to the Plaintiff class and the protection of its rights,” Snow wrote in the 162-page ruling.

While a milestone, the ruling is largely a formality given the case’s history. Arpaio and Sheridan admitted to violating the judge’s orders before the hearings’ start date but repeatedly insisted that it was due to miscommunication and confusion rather than willful defiance.

The distinction could mean the difference between civil contempt and criminal contempt — or “fix it” remedies compared with outright punishment.

The judge set a May 31 date for a hearing for attorneys to discuss penalties. Shortly thereafter, Snow said, he would issue an order on sanctions and whether he would refer the case for a criminal contempt trial.

3 violations came under judge’s scrutiny

The contempt proceedings were based on three violations that occurred throughout the history of the underlying racial-profiling case: that the Sheriff’s Office failed to turn over video evidence that was required before the trial; that officials continued to enforce immigration law after Snow barred the practice; and that Sheridan failed to quietly collect evidence after the trial, as Snow had ordered him to do.

Attorneys from the American Civil Liberties Union and Covington & Burling represented plaintiffs both in the initial racial-profiling case and contempt hearings.

Arpaio’s “state of mind” served as the primary topic for debate throughout the contempt proceedings, as the evidence left little doubt that his agency failed each order.

The hearings, which started with four days of testimony in April 2015 and resumed with 16 days in the fall, often turned into a much broader discussion focused on the sheriff’s enforcement priorities and whether he was more interested in settling political scores than rooting out the racial profiling that Snow had found in the Sheriff’s Office.

Arpaio’s acknowledgment in April that his attorneys had hired a private detective to investigate Snow’s wife was among the most bizarre moments in the lengthy proceeding. It set the tone for exchanges among Snow and Arpaio, his aides and attorneys that were occasionally pointed and personal.

Two other large topics developed out of the proceedings: what plaintiffs’ attorneys said were worthless internal investigations; and whether the sheriff employed a Seattle-based computer programmer to concoct a conspiracy that would free Arpaio of his legal woes.

In exhaustive detail, Snow agreed with each of the plaintiffs’ allegations, often bolstering his findings with Arpaio’s own words.

In reference to his December 2011 preliminary injunction that banned deputies from detaining individuals because of their immigration status and without state charges, Snow noted that Arpaio was fully aware of the order yet flaunted his decision to defy it.

He cites Arpaio’s reaction in fall 2012, after Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced it no longer would accept undocumented immigrants from the Sheriff’s Office.

At that point, the sheriff announced his “backup plan” to drop off the individuals at Border Patrol facilities instead and boasted that deputies had recently done so for two “suspects.”

Snow found that deputies had detained and turned over to federal authorities at least 157 individuals who had not committed state crimes, in violation of his order.

Snow said both Arpaio and Sheridan made numerous misstatements under oath.

In particular, he noted Arpaio’s testimony about the “Seattle Operation,” a catchall used to refer to the sheriff’s many covert dealings with Seattle-based computer programmer Dennis Montgomery.

Arpaio maintained Montgomery was employed to investigate illegal CIA harvesting of citizens’ financial information, but some of the programmer’s work product indicated another goal.

Montgomery compiled timelines and flow charts that seemed to allege an elaborate conspiracy against the sheriff involving Snow, former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and various other federal officials.

In his testimony April 23, 2015, Arpaio said he never had been involved in an investigation into Snow.

Internal-affairs office in the spotlight

Throughout the proceedings, plaintiffs asserted that the primary function of the Sheriff Office’s internal investigations was to absolve the accused of any wrongdoing. Snow agreed.

The judge highlighted an internal-affairs case in which deputies had been accused of “pocketing” items from investigations.

Although Sheridan initiated a probe into the matter, Snow said, there was a tacit understanding that it would go nowhere.

Sheridan testified that he believed there was no basis for a criminal investigation, that he felt sorry for the human-smuggling unit members and only ordered the investigation to deflect scrutiny from the plaintiffs.

“In short, Sergeant Tennyson’s investigation ended up being what he and Chief Deputy Sheridan intended it to be: a perfunctory whitewash,” Snow concluded.

Snow also found Sheridan had ignored his own conflicts of interest by overseeing a probe into Detective Brian Mackiewicz, who was accused of padding his timesheet and having an inappropriate relationship with the victim of a domestic-violence incident he investigated.

Sheridan was close with Mackiewicz, Snow found, and Sheridan’s wife stood to make $100,000 in commission from a home sale to one of Mackiewicz’s female friends. Mackiewicz was also Arpaio’s point person in the “Seattle Investigation.”

In sum, Sheridan maintained control of the investigations to ensure “nothing became of them,” Snow said.

Sheriff’s attorneys, ACLU weigh in on the ruling

The Arizona Republic was unable to reach Arpaio’s attorneys for comment Friday, but in a statement they said they have begun reading and analyzing the lengthy document.

“Despite disagreeing with some of the Court’s findings, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office will continue to work with the court appointed Monitor, the ACLU and Plaintiffs to comply with the Court’s Orders, as it has since January 2014,” it said.

Cecillia Wang, a plaintiffs’ attorney with the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project, called the ruling “careful” and abundantly supported by evidence and the defendants’ admissions.

“Based on that evidence, it’s a damning finding — that they intentionally and repeatedly flouted the court’s orders,” she said.

Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo said in a statement the ruling was the “first step in achieving justice for those whose civil rights were intentionally violated by Sheriff Arpaio.”

Gallardo, a longtime Arpaio critic, noted that the taxpayers would be picking up the tab for millions of dollars to ensure the Sheriff’s Office would be in compliance with the court’s orders.

“The irony is, while citizens pay the bill for the sheriff’s violation of the previous court orders, they are the only ones who can remove Arpaio from office and restore professionalism to our law enforcement agency.”

Arpaio is running for his seventh term as Maricopa County sheriff this year.

Next steps: A response to the judge, a hearing

Snow has asked all parties, including the U.S. Department of Justice, to file a response to his rulings by May 27. The Justice Department settled a separate racial-profiling case against Arpaio last year and has since joined this case.

Snow said he will discuss sanctions when the hearings pick back up May 31. Shortly thereafter, he said, he would issue orders on remedies and decide whether to refer the case for criminal contempt.

Snow betrayed little about either upcoming decision in his Friday ruling, although he repeatedly asserted that Arpaio and his aides’ violations were “intentional.”

It’s the key word that could be used to refer the matter to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for criminal contempt charges. Snow also has said his decision will be based on whether he feels civil penalties are adequate.

Civil penalties are largely used to force a defendant’s hand in fixing a problem, while criminal contempt signals punishment. Both can include financial sanctions, but only criminal contempt could lead to jail time.

Snow did signal in his ruling that reforms over the office’s internal investigations are necessary.

And plaintiffs say the parties are already working on a system where victims of the office’s racial profiling could be compensated.

“We are hoping for the court to issue an order that would authorize some type of mechanism whereby victims could come forward and make claims for some type of compensation that stems from the violations of the preliminary injunction,” said Lauren Pedley, a litigation associate for Covington & Burling.

Offshoot of racial-profiling case

The contempt ruling is the latest development in a case that began when Manuel de Jesus Ortega Melendres, a Mexican tourist legally in the United States, was stopped outside a church in Cave Creek where day laborers were known to gather. Melendres, the passenger in a car driven by a white driver, claimed that deputies detained him for nine hours and that the detention was unlawful.

Eventually, the case grew to include complaints from two Hispanic siblings from Chicago who felt they were profiled by sheriff’s deputies, and an assistant to former Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon whose Hispanic husband claims he was detained and cited while white motorists nearby were treated differently.

Snow issued a preliminary injunction in December 2011 that prohibited sheriff’s deputies from engaging in law-enforcement practices that unfairly targeted Latinos, and he followed it up in 2013 with an order that included a court-appointed monitor to oversee reforms in the agency.

The costs associated with the racial-profiling case now exceed $60 million, including at least $8.2 million in tax money tied to the outside attorneys required to represent all the parties in the ongoing legal proceedings.

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Isn’t it great how the law changes depending on who the plaintiff is in these cases? When it comes to a liberal globalism, these hack judges bend over backwards to comply with the law. But if it comes to a person who was defending the very sovereignty and security of our nation, they just don’t seem to want to let it go. I wonder how many of the criminals former president Barack Hussein Obama pardoned still have a criminal record?

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