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Offenders -- more on the attorney general's latest so called Smart on crime politics.
I'm joined by -- defense attorney Fox News legal analyst -- I dollar.
Great to have you with us -- -- -- -- Adams former US Department of Justice attorney who served under both presidents bush and Obama the author of the book.
Injustice exposing the racial agenda of the Obama Justice Department -- good to have you with us -- -- -- return -- The we have heard from a number of people today.
As -- seems that the attorney general is really asking.
Prosecutors US attorneys to do what they are already bill.
-- -- -- I think the general concept is a good confidence heading in the right direction state courts have been doing this with drug laws for a long time we just did -- in New York we overwhelm all of but what we call the Rockefeller drug laws because they just too many people in -- For these drug crimes however the way he's telling the -- this is a novel they don't dissect the -- -- too many people who've been found.
I mean what we'll do know about -- you know the normal things better than I do we Americans have more people in jail than any country and the planets statistically speaking.
But here's the problem what the prosecutor the chief prosecutor of the land is.
Basically doing is he's changing the laws of congress without.
Going and it actually changing the laws of congress and he's doing the very simple way he told the prosecutors.
Don't put in the amount of drugs which would trigger a mandatory minimum sentence which means the judge has no.
Stretched Christian Arabs that to me is perhaps the most incendiary.
Insulting part of what the administration is doing.
Basically telling prosecutors to withhold evidence.
Yeah why don't we have an attorney general who seems to always be on the side of the lawless.
And prosecutors in the US attorney's offices are essentially going to be concealing.
Relevant information from the court.
If the judges if the federal judges are Smart they'll start asking the US attorney's.
In court how many drugs that -- have but we can debate federal drug -- it's a mess but one thing our attorney general ought to do is tell the truth.
And this guy has a problem over and over and over again in hearing to the rule of law and telling the truth.
Or return now to another challenge and that is the -- surge in asylum seekers suddenly Arthur.
We're looking at now -- you -- you what many authorities feel may be an attempt to swamp the system.
By claiming asylum for Mexican nationals who had typically not claimed asylum they simply cross the border of what's going off.
Well I don't know what's going on but.
What what do we do mean that it's the foundation of America is to welcome people in his long is that they -- there legal people who -- here.
I don't -- -- come in legally -- become tax paying member and and respected.
Members of our society I don't know what to do what do you -- -- -- The -- you if you come from shekels about Kia will take -- -- -- -- got Obama straw man argument I have tigers -- don't know what to do.
I don't know -- doesn't what do you do what what's happening.
What's happening going to visit organized efforts at crisis since the I don't know do you.
Do why we think is an organized effort by the memoir written about it remarks about it I -- I'm sorry noted it was a lot of quarters and how about how about it what do you what do you think -- going on on court.
Of of course there's an organized effort.
This is -- Justice Department is giving orders in the DHS is giving orders to cut people loose.
Once they catch them.
If they invoke the magic words of I have a credible claim of asylum more I'm a dreamer they're just cutting them loose or they're putting them up at the Sheraton San Diego.
These people belong in detention centers before a judge can hear their claim.
This is a deliberate effort to the swamp the system it's what the left always does why is this president always homicide in the radicals in the lawless.
Why are they always -- the lawbreakers.
And not defending the law abiding citizen immediately went over and over again -- you have a lot.
More experience in the Department of Justice than I do cause I was there for a minute however you have to I think you would agree that the drug in the drug policies right now.
Just aren't working and something has to happen and if you look at the local government systems what has been working.
He's more programs more rehabilitation is more and -- -- you look at the the proud of these it.
No one should -- get cut a break regarding our drug laws of the use the weapon.
Additional drugs to a minor if there -- any kind of a leader of a criminal organization they talk about.
They should boxes we call in Brooklyn and that's the middle of -- grow longer let's hash marks are being incarcerated by the federal government they are now -- -- under the current law they are and judges who want you.
Give them a break -- a judge wants to agree with -- actress has has again ten.
It's it's it's a job for congress not a king or an attorney general to change the law -- this attorney general is changing the law over and above what congress is doing.
There should be a debate in congress about the federal mess.
-- ridiculous drug laws but it's not the attorney general's job to -- racial interest groups by changing the law on his own like a king would do.
A federal judge today ruled.
Arthur that the NYPD deliberately violated the Sobel writes of tens of thousands of New York is whether -- local stop and frisk a measure.
Which is not only in law enforcement.
Measure but also tactic but also an anti terrorism attack.
Huge it's a huge ruling here especially in New York City.
And one of the things that she found was this consistently showing it was in eighty you're 80% of for a guy like that number but of people who were stopped -- let go.
Which means the police officers were saying they they had reason to believe they would do is something wrong.
Were only correct 12% of the times it was 80%.
You're just stopped me because of the way they look at not -- you sore bulge not -- -- and no drama that's.
That's a pretty amazing.
Powerful piece of influential logic on the part of the judge I could see her drawing some conclusions.
A bit you could as easily could you not say.
-- that they are being thorough and have.
Arctic casting a wide -- -- -- would have to do if she -- -- infer that it was profile she took months of testimony from the huh.
This ought to be awfully lonely -- what the police department all the way to that I just wants one statistic if the issue is racial profile.
What were their races and ethnicities I don't wanna hear influential logic from a judge you in all likelihood.
Well so that's.
-- -- the last words -- Well look the Fourth Amendment the rule of law these are the things -- preserve a country.
And this administration has consistently.
Been tossed out of these great American traditions of liberty and honesty in the rule of law and every day we learn more things.
Indeed we do.
We appreciated Christian -- good to have you were the sharper I don't think I heard much.
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