U.S. House GOP to Posthumously Pardon Charles Manson: “He Didn’t Actually Kill Anyone”

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Thursday, 5 December 2019

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Charles Manson was innocent, say Republicans

Washington - Some Republican Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, a political party that, decades ago, stood strongly for law and order, have decided that an individual who orders subordinates to commit crimes bears no responsibility for the transgressions that occur when those orders are carried out.

Pursuant to this newly hatched legal position, the GOP will insist in the coming Trump Impeachment hearing that the President is completely innocent of any and all attempts to influence Ukraine to manufacture evidence to prove the Bidens were guilty of wrongdoing, despite having ordered his minions to carry out his wishes.

“Taking our legal position further, why was Charles Manson ever convicted in those murders decades ago? He did nothing wrong,” explained congressman Jim Jordan.

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