February 03, 2020
Democrats Enraged by Trump’s Super Bowl Ad Highlighting Alice Johnson’s Story
A Trump campaign ad that debuted during the Super Bowl highlighted President Trump's historic criminal justice reform law, which fixed the mess created by a 1994 crime law written by Joe Biden and supported by Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg. The ad featured former inmate Alice Johnson, who described her feelings after President Trump commuted her life sentence after she had served 21 years for a non-violent, first-time drug offense.
"Two Super Bowls ago I was sitting in a prison cell," Alice tweeted last night. "Today I am a free woman and my story was featured in a Super Bowl Ad."
I promised to restore hope in America. That includes the least among us. Together, let’s KEEP AMERICA GREAT!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 2, 2020
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Many Democrats were enraged. Some even said the moving, heartfelt ad made them "barf."
It's clearer than ever that Democrats are absolutely terrified of running against President Trump's record, including his criminal justice reform law, the First Step Act.
It’s not just Biden. Bernie Sanders also has big problems when it comes to the 1994 crime bill:
- The Democrat front-runner was caught bragging in 1994 about needing "tougher" penalties and "more money going into jails."
- Today, Sanders’ idea of justice is letting convicted terrorists and killers vote from prison.
Meanwhile, Sanders' socialist agenda would reverse all the gains of the Trump economy, especially those that have unlocked unprecedented opportunities for Black Americans.
Democrats know their radical left-wing agenda can't hold a candle to President Trump's record of actual accomplishments. That’s why voters hearing the truth about President Trump’s record in a Super Bowl ad makes many Democrats so upset.
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