Donald Trump To Pardon Every Biden Admin ‘Political Prisoner’

Former President Donald Trump vowed to release all President Joe Biden Administration’s “political prisoners” if he wins the 2024 presidential election. 

Trump, while speaking on Friday at the Pray Vote Stand Summit, revealed he will set up a task force that will review and potentially pardon or commute the sentences of those that the Biden DOJ have unjustly persecuted for their belief. 

“These Marxists and Stalinists and the administration got a Washington, DC, jury to convict five pro-life activists who are now facing up to 11 years in prison for simple acts of protest. You read all about it, you hear all about it, and you talk all about it,” Trump said. “Under Biden, others are being sentenced to 10, 15, and even 20 years in prison for retribution for their political beliefs, while Antifa and other groups burned down cities like Portland, like Minneapolis. They went into Seattle — what they did in Seattle was they basically took over a big percentage of the city. They kill people, they loot, they plunder, and they go free. The political repression is immoral, and it’s very, very un-American, and it’s very dangerous for them to be playing that game.” 

The Republican presidential candidate front-runner vowed to set up the task force to rapidly review the cases so that he can study the situation very quickly and sign their pardons or commutations on day one of his presidency.

“I want to sign them on day one,” Trump added. “I want to see what’s going on. It’s a horrible thing that’s happening.” 

The former president referenced the cases of five pro-life activists who were jailed in August after a D.C. jury found them guilty of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinics (FACE) Act and conspiracy against rights in a 2020 abortion blockade.

Pro-life activists Lauren Handy, Heather Idoni, William Goodman, Herb Geraghty, and John Hinshaw were convicted of the charges and faced 11 years in prison, three years of supervised release, and a fine of up to $350,000,” according to the Department of Justice

Three other pro-life activists were found guilty of the same charges on Friday evening as Trump gave his speech. Two of those activists are Jean Marshall, 73, and Joan Bell, 74, who are facing a possible 11 years behind bars.