Communist Van Jones Slated to Be Guest of Honor at ‘Prison CPAC’ Celebrating Violent Felons on the Streets
The American Conservative Union Foundation (ACUF) will host a two-day event starting on Thursday to celebrate felons being let out onto the streets, featuring former Obama administration official and avowed communist Van Jones.
They are calling the event ‘Prison CPAC,’ and event hosts have invited a bipartisan slate of guests to celebrate felons being set free just in time to vote Democrat in states where they are able to do so. The first day of the event will take place inside the SCI Chester, a medium-security prison located in Philadelphia, PA.
According to a press release sent out about the event, the first day will feature “a focus on programs on achieving post-incarceration stability and successes, how-to demonstrations, and policy discussions of importance to those who are incarcerated.”
The second day will be hosted outside of the prison and will be “focusing on informing the public on the importance of Criminal Justice Reform in our society and how conservatives are leading the way on the issue.”
Conservatives slated to appear at the event include ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp, former White House Director of Strategic Communications Mercedes Schlapp, Congressman Lloyd Smucker, Sarah Anderson of FreedomWorks, and Patrick Purtill of the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
The event wll also feature several Trump administration officials, such as: Earl McDowell, who works as a senior consultant for the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity in the Department of Energy; David Muhlhausen, Director of the Department of Justice’s National Institute of Justice; and John Pallasch, who is Assistant Secretary at the Department of Labor.
The ACU announced their partnership with Jones at CPAC earlier this year. As conservatives were blacklisted, the red carpet was rolled out for the CNN correspondent who gained infamy as an openly communist adviser serving in the Obama administration to appear as a featured guest.
The CPAC crowd breaks out in boos after Van Jones says, accurately, that "undocumented immigrants right now have a lower crime rate than the rest of us." pic.twitter.com/BAE1WQVW9F
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) February 28, 2019
President Donald Trump signed criminal justice reform into law in Dec. 2018, not to satisfy his “America First” constituents but to satisfy the desires of left-leaning globalists in his administration such as his son-in-law Jared Kushner.
Ann Coulter led the charge of tough-on-crime Republicans who opposed the legislation when it was signed into law last year.
“A 2014 study by the Bureau of Justice Statistics found that, within five years of release, 82 percent of property offenders, 77 percent of drug offenders, 74 percent of public order offenders and 71 percent of violent offenders were arrested for a new crime — after not getting caught committing God knows how many others,” Coulter wrote in a Breitbart op/ed opposing so-called sentencing reform.
She put the blame on Kushner for getting the President to support the measure.
Coulter wrote: “Americans will be murdered, raped and assaulted for the sole purpose of ensuring that Jared has something on his Wikipedia page other than: “BFF of Saudi bone carver Mohammed bin Salman” and “Got into Harvard because his felon father gave the college millions of dollars.”’
A handful of Republicans in the Senate who aren’t completely bought by the Chamber of Koch voted against criminal justice reform as well.
— Penelope Maynard (@penelope7usa) December 19, 2018
Sen. Sasse comes out AGAINST criminal justice reform bill: "It will also release thousands of violent felons very early. That’s a grave mistake that will hurt innocent Americans. Good intentions are not enough."
— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) December 18, 2018
Trump is now reportedly having buyer’s remorse over his support of criminal justice reform at Kushner’s behest, but it’s now too little too late. Conservative Inc. has taken the opportunity to sell out the rule of law, and Van Jones couldn’t be happier about the developments.