JUST IN: Obama just pardoned incredible number of criminals before leaving power.

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With less than 24-hours on the clock until President Obama hands the power of the presidency over to Donald Trump, the embattled president commuted the sentences of 330 inmates.  Thus, President Obama will go down in history as the most forgiving president of all time having granted 1,715 commutations during his eight years in office.

His latest round of forgiveness comes two days after he gave 209 commutations and 64 pardons, including a shorter prison stay for former Army soldier Chelsea Manning. May 17, 2017 is when Manning will be free, thus, knocking decades off his original sentence.

Retired Gen. James Cartwright was also the recipient of Obama’s kindness earlier this week.  The former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was accused of lying to the FBI about his conversations with reporters regarding U.S. efforts to hinder Iran’s nuclear program.

Today’s list of names are less known. Most of the criminals allowed to go free are non-violent drug offenders on whom Obama has focused his attention during the past few years.

Earlier today a New York based lawyer wrote an Op-ed in the NY Daily News urging President Obama to pardon Hillary Clinton for her private email server.   Stay tuned.  You can learn more about the Op-ed by clicking here.

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