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Undeniable Proof That Jeff Sessions Is a Deep State Operative

If anyone had any doubt if Attorney General Jeff Sessions was an agent for the Deep State, this article should go a long way in confirming these suspicions.

Jeff Sessions has declared war on all 50 states. In effect, in violation of the 10th Amendment, he has told all 50 states that if you promote the use of marijuana, either for recreational or for pharmaceutical reasons, he will put people in prison.

Millions of people smoke pot and as I have detailed here on this website, marijuana has significant side-effects. However, it’s use as a counter to chemotherapy and its positive impact on people with certain eye conditions, is undeniable. Of course, the Deep State does not want pot legalized in any form, because it would compete with their illegal drug trafficking and Jeff Sessions is doing his part in protecting that illicit endeavor.

Further, The Common Sense Show has previously documented the disproportionate amount of  people that are arrested for simple possession of marijuana the vast numbers of people that occupy our grossly over-sized prison population. And with the recent combination of events, initiated by Trump and Sessions, the prison population in America is going to grow exponentially.

The move to crimnalize pot smoking, by Sessions, combined with the undeserved tax breaks to the private prison industry, in the new tax bill, constitute aiding and abetting Deep State interests.

ThePresident’s Tax Plan Favors the Deep State Private Prison Interests

Several tax experts have reviewed the recently passed tax plan and have concluded that it is, in part, designed to favor the private prison industry. Here is an example of this majority opinion from the Guardian:

…Individual investors in US private prisons are poised to collect their most lucrative earnings ever thanks to changes in the tax code signed by Donald Trump, continuing what has been a banner year for the industry since the 2016 election.

“It’s going to be great for the investors, banks and hedge funds that own shares in private prisons, and are dependent on increased incarceration and criminalization,” said Jamie Trinkle, campaign and research coordinator with the racial and economic justice coalition…Under the new GOP law, investments in so-called “real estate investment trusts” (reits) will see a 25% reduction in tax, from 39.6% down to 29.6%.

This is an undeserved tax break and it is going to impact more than the bottom line of the private prison system.

We’re Number One

There are ovetwo million inmates in American prisons, or one in 743 people. Communist China, which has five times the population of the United States, has 500,000 less inmates. The United States has only 5% of the world’s population, but has 25% of the world’s prison population.

In 1972, the U.S. had less than 300,000 inmates. By 1990, the incarceration rate had skyrocketed to one million and by today, the rate has more than doubled again. Again, I ask why?  Because there are very big monied interests behind the growth industry of privatized prisons and they are encouraging mandatory sentencing and zero tolerance sentencing regulations.

According to Charles Campbell, author of  The Intolerable Hulks (2001), the privatization of the prisons movement has its origins in the Revolutionary War period. England began to put undesirables and prisoners in prison ships. The U.S. fully embraced the use of private prisons during the Reconstruction Period (1865-1876) in the south, following the Civil War. Plantation owners and business owners needed “free” replacements to compensate for the loss of their previous slave laborers. In 1868, convict leases were awarded to private business interests in order to bolster their labor workforce and the practice continued until the early 20th century.

Today, this practice has been taken over by private corporate interests who are increasingly taking over our prison system and this unholy practice is no less exploitative than the slave labor abuses of the past and as in all forms of slavery, it is being fueled by profit.

 Prison for Profit

Private prisons are big business and Trump and Sessions are catering to these entities. The GEO Group is not the only profitable privatized prison group. The Corrections Corporation of America is the largest private prison operator in the United States. The CCA, now known as CoreCivic, procured its first private prison in, ironically, 1984.

Did you know that in many states, privatized prisons are guaranteed 90% to 100% occupancy rates by the government?

According to the California Prison Focus “The private contracting of prisoners for work fosters incentives to lock people up. Prisons depend on this income. Corporate stockholders who make money off prisoners’ work lobby for longer sentences, in order to expand their workforce. The system feeds itself,” says a study by the Progressive Labor Party, which accuses the prison industry of being “an imitation of Nazi Germany with respect to forced slave labor and concentration camps.”

A Globalist Endeavor to Incarcerate As Many People As Possible

There are almost 75,000 juveniles in prison and the rates are skyrocketing because of a phenomenon that is now being referred to as the school to prison pipeline in which schools are increasingly refusing to deal with even minor discipline issues and are placing juveniles in police custody.

This has been an ongoing trend in terms of incarcerating as many people as possible. As far back as 2010, there were 5,574 school-based arrests of juveniles in the Chicago Public School. The juvenile arrests accounted for about one of every five juvenile arrests in the entire city of Chicago for all of 2010. The incarceration rates for Chicago’s juveniles are in line with most other metropolitan areas in the country. There is also a general trend of disproportionate rates of minority contact within the juvenile justice system, Black youth accounted for 74% of school-based arrests, and 22.5% of youth arrested were Latino. The enrollment of Chicago schools in was 45% Black and 41% Latino. These high arrest rates for so many of our minority youth, create potential slave laborers for the Prison Industrial Complex. Once a child is adjudicated in the justice system, society usually witnesses a straight line right to prison. These precious children are having their futures robbed from them before they can even get started. What are they being arrested for? The number one reason is fighting on school grounds. Drug use, with marijuana being number one, is the second most prevalent reason that juveniles are in prison. 

Privatized prisons are big business, very big business. The GEO Group, headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla., claimed $115 million in profits on $1.52 billion in revenue in 2013. The GEO Group is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange, is worth $2.3 billion, and it paid Chairman and Chief Executive George Zoley $4.62 million in total compensation in 2015.

According to public analysis from the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), the largest holder in Corrections Corporation of America is Vanguard Group Incorporated. Vanguard is a major player in controlling several media giants. Vanguard is the third largest holder in Viacom and AOL Time Warner. Vanguard is also the third largest holder in the GEO Group. The GEO group, second only in size to the CCA with regard to privatized prisons as it controls over 100 correctional facilities in the US, UK, Australia and South Africa. In addition to CCA’s unwarranted control over the media, the number-one holder of both Viacom and Time Warner is a company called Blackrock. Blackrock is the second largest holder in CCA, and the sixth largest holder in the GEO Group in this never-ending incestuous relationship. This is why you are not hearing about these abuses in the media.

Need A Job? Go to Prison, They’re Hiring-SLAVE LABOR IN AMERICA

The Prison Industrial Complex is an impressive growth industry which is fueled by its Wall Street investors and leads to greatly overcrowded and inhumane prisons.

According to the Left Business Observer, the highly privatized federal prison industry produces “100% of all military helmets, ammunition belts, bullet-proof vests, ID tags, shirts, pants, tents, bags, and canteens. Thus, we see a partial marriage between private prisons and our government’s wars of occupation. Namely, prison slave labor is being used to produce the weapons and supplies of war.

America has found an antidote to the loss of manufacturing through the various free trade agreements (i.e. NAFTA, CAFTA). Unfortunately, prison slave labor is the solution. The Left Business Observer identifies private corporate interests benefiting from prison slave labor which includes the manufacturing of “93% of all paints and paintbrushes; 92% of stove assembly; 46% of body armor; 36% of home appliances; 30% of headphones/microphones/speakers; and 21% of office furniture.”

Conclusion

I think it is entirely possible that President Trump’s tax bill was the casualty of congresssional negotiations which ended up benefitting the private prison industry and Trump needing a legislative victory, let this undue benefit slide through. However, Jeff Sessions has no excuse for his actions on multiple fronts.

The actions of Jeff Sessions will undoubtedly and significantly, increase the size of America’s already-bloated prison population. Taxes will increase to support these “lock-em up” policies. As I have documented before, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush are huge players, through shell corporations, in the private prison system. So why did President Trump allow his tax bill to be changed to reflect this undue benefit to private prisons?

Jeff Sessions needs to go and President Trump and the GOP need to revise the tax code and erase this undue benefit.

It is interesting to note that when I did a radio show on private prisons in 2016, one of my ex-ARSOF sources said that private prison interests would be running the FEMA camps. I thought he was making a bad joke. Unfortunately, this source was NOT laughing.

 

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By | 2018-01-08T13:19:20+00:00 January 8th, 2018|Featured, Main, United States|14 Comments

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  1. L4S January 8, 2018 at 6:41 am

    “Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains or slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take but as for me; give me liberty or give me death!” — Patrick Henry

    The U.S. Constitution holds the solution to this particular problem…as well as many others we face today. Unfortunately, we abandoned that document before I was born.

    Jesus wept.

  2. Lachesis Atropos January 8, 2018 at 7:58 am

    Seriously? Why haven’t I heard you go after Sessions for attacking the LEGAL use of painkillers, and the innocent people who are treated like criminals for using such LEGAL drugs? WHY do you ignore the fact that George Soros has been and is pushing for the legalization of marijuana in the US? Is George Soros a hero? Do you understand why George Soros wants pot legalized? I’d love to debate you on this, but I’m sure you will avoid such a debate as Alex Jones, Roger Stone and others you know. I’m 98% with you, Alex Jones etc… but on this you have me deeply concerned. DO you actually believe pot is harmless or some sort of cure-all drug? You do understand marijuana is in fact dangerous to one’s health? Right?

    EDITOR’S NOTE: RESPECTFULLY, YOUR FACTS ARE SERIOUSLY IN ERROR- MARIJUANA HAS DOCUMENTED SIDE-EFFECTS AND IT ALSO HAS HEALTH BENEFITS FOR A FEW MEDICAL CONDITIONS- END OF STORY, NOT CONTROVERSIAL AND DOCUMENTED FULLY.

  3. Deb Rushing January 8, 2018 at 8:03 am

    Great article…cannabis (the correct name) has many medicinal properties from helping cure cancer to pain relief for many diseases that have been manufactured (germ warfare) and let loose on the planet. There is a conspiracy to keep people uninformed and bound up by medicines that only cover symptoms and cause more problems in the long run. Government is in collusion with pharma and cdc…along with other evil institutions to depopulate and destroy mankind. Basically doing the work of Satan and doing a damn good job at it….we, in America, are fed copious amounts of poisons in our food, entertainment industries, our tainted air, pharma, etc…and we lap it up like it was candy …to our own destruction. We need to quit killing ourselves and stop the madness….before it is too late.

  4. Jeff January 8, 2018 at 9:06 am

    I agree with you here Dave. The people who want to smoke pot are going to do so, especially in liberal states. Take away all these profit motives.Thats how you let the air out of their balloon.
    Let whoever wants to have one or two plants. No more profit in it for cartels or rhino deep people or prisons for profit . It just becomes a weed on the side of the road.Maybe then people will take responsibility for their own lives. I don’t think addictive drugs should be treated in the same manner. Too many people are incarcerated over this type of thing while serious offenses not dealt with. Put it in the category of alcohol and no driving under the influence.Make stiff monetary penalties for driving under the influence just like for irresponsible drunks.This society is filled with prescription opioids and antidepressants that are far more powerful and psychotropic.

  5. dan-0 January 8, 2018 at 10:17 am

    Although I agree with the majority of the article. Raw numbers don’t tell the full story. In some country’s, they don’t lock you up. They just put a bullet in your brain, or chop off body parts up to and including your head. The real crime in America is asset forfeiture. Long before you get locked up they will wring every last cent from you. Guilty or not.

  6. Eric January 8, 2018 at 12:28 pm

    When are people going to realize that Jeff Sessions and everyone else in Trump’s cabinet are doing exactly what Trump wants?

  7. Josh January 8, 2018 at 12:45 pm

    I suspect China has a low prison population compared to their total populace because they kill people for far less than in the western judicial systems. Then they harvest their organs and make huge profits thereby.

  8. Carol January 8, 2018 at 3:52 pm

    Thanks for looking out for us Dave. Hope this has an impact. Here in Pennsylvania, in the four-year period of 2012 to 2015, more than 2,500 people, mostly mothers, across Pennsylvania spent some time in jail over truancy violations, with the largest totals in two counties — York and Berks, which includes poverty-wracked Reading. A state provision requires district justices to jail parents who can’t afford to pay their children’s truancy fines. After one mother died in prison in 2016, after prison staff failed to provide appropriate medical attention for chest pain AFter her death, our governor responded to demands for reform by imposing harsher fines and sentences. Interestingly, in light if the information you present here, the Bush administration went on to promote a truancy agenda much harsher than simply providing parents with information on their children’s education. Secretary of Education Rod Paige hosted the first-ever National Truancy Prevention Conference, where he called for a “crackdown” on school absence. “A major focus of the No Child Left Behind Act is to keep kids in school,” he said. “How? First, by dragging truancy out of the shadows.” Paige acknowledged that “by the time truants reach the criminal justice system it’s often too late,” and urged schools to intervene with absent students earlier. But he enthusiastically cited stringent anti-truancy laws in New Mexico and Texas, which subjected truant students and their parents to fines and imprisonment

  9. Jackie Puppet January 8, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    I’ve heard that the real reason marijuana is still a controlled substance, is that it somehow negates mind control techniques used on people

  10. JAMES January 9, 2018 at 3:50 am

    I AGREE WITH JEFF SESSIONS.
    UNLESS IT’S FOR MEDICAL USE SUCH AS, FOR CANCER PATIENTS, WEED SHOULD BE OUTLAWED.
    THE TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL IN WEED IS A PSYCHOTROPIC, HALLUCENOGENIC DRUG AND IT KEEPS GETTING MORE POTENT.
    WE ALREADY HAVE ENOUGH STUPID IN AMERICA DO WE REALLY NEED MORE?

  11. Falcon101 January 9, 2018 at 6:09 am

    I think this poor decision to again go after pot smokers is merely another distraction from the huge political theater going on in DC right now. The states have the right to legalize pot and it’s a huge financial benefit for the states to do so, but, the astronomical crunch it places on the CIA illegal drug trade may be the primary reason for this decision as they are feeling the hit in their black ops money supply by states legalizing the plant and they are nervous that they may not be able to fund too many more false flags in America unless they crack down on the states.
    The prison industry is correctly stated as another responsible party because it’s very difficult for the contracts between the government and the private prison contractors to be fulfilled in their promise to maintain prison capacity at 90-100%. This should show people just how corrupt this government really is when the Corporate contracts and the ability to rape you of your money is so much more important than your life, freedom and prosperity.

  12. gene January 9, 2018 at 7:03 am

    BILL of RIGHTS what does pursuit of happiness mean ?????????. Being retired enjoying life listening to music being creative laughing at oneself enjoying nature having a lot of electronic toys to waste time being wasted or being able to eat with chemo effects lessened . That shoud be a choice all adults should have Love Peace & Joy

  13. G.W. Long January 9, 2018 at 7:22 am

    To each his own. But I recently discovered a Humanities Course at our local College that may be of interest.

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  14. F. Scott Rice January 9, 2018 at 1:12 pm

    Dave,
    Thanks so much for all the excellent work you do for all of us. I realize that this article was based on Jeff Sessions and the prison population and deep state, however Jeff Sessions is an advocate of Civil Forefuture and wants to expand this policy with the police and Justice Department. This policy is completely out of hand and needs to be reversed. Many people who are completely innocent are being stopped by law enforcement and their assets are being seized without due process. They are considered guilty and have to fight in court their case and prove their innocence. This is completely upside down and unconstitutional. You may want to do a show on this.

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