Obama Denied 3 Requests By Alice Johnson’s Family To Commute Her Life Sentence


Barack Obama couldn’t be bothered when it came to commuting the sentence of Alice Johnson, a black, 63-yr-old great-grandmother, and first-time drug offender. Even though he was asked 3 times by her family to consider her case…Barack Obama couldn’t be bothered.

On May 24, 2018, Presiden Trump issued a posthumous pardon for the heavyweight champion boxer, and black iconic sports figure, Jack Johnson. Former President Obama was asked but refused to pardon Jack Johnson. 

The black community in America is taking notice. Patricia Dickson tweeted about how Obama ignored the pleas of both of the Johnsons families:

Today, President Trump announced that the 63-year-old grandmother, Alice Johnson, a first time offender who was given a life sentence with no chance of parole, over a non-violent drug charge, would be released from prison after he commuted her sentence.

Alice Johnson was ecstatic. First, she thanked Jesus Christ and then she thanked President Trump.

“I want to, first of all, thank my Lord and Savior, thank Jesus Christ. Without Him, I can do nothing, but with Him, I can do everything! I want to thank President Donald John Trump. Hallelujuah! For giving me another chance to live and restoring me to my family.”

After four years and two presidential administrations, Alice Marie Johnson is finally going home.

When it came to finding jobs for black Americans, America’s first black celebrity President couldn’t be bothered.

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