In rather devious Big Brother-like style, federal convicts revealed to a presiding judge they were forced by officials to watch televised speeches made by Hillary Clinton. “On the night of Hillary Clinton’s acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention, special accommodations were made, where every television in the housing units were placed on the channel where her speech was televised,” the four female convicts from Fort Worth, Texas prison told the judge.
The alleged reason made by the convicts is that they are being discriminated against for their political beliefs. In particular: their support for Donald Trump. The prison apparently blocked out Donald Trump’s speeches by changing the facility’s televisions to other channels.
The women are also strongly anti-illegal immigration. They want to be set free so that they can help fight against President Obama’s 2014 deportation amnesty. By granting illegal immigrants work permits and taxpayer-funded benefits, Obama is discriminating against U.S. citizens. They also make the point about how Obama lets them off the hook when they commit criminal actions, yet legal citizens are punished and imprisoned for the same crimes.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons refused to answer questions about the convicts’ claims and possible abuse by the prison.
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