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Jeff Sessions Bringing Back Debtors’ Prisons


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" One day after President Donald Trump invited Republican legislators to the White Home to commemorate the historic tax obligation cuts they masqueraded companies and rich business leaders, his chief law officer, Jeff Sessions, quitely restored a severe plan that properly serves as a regressive tax obligation on America's poorest individuals.

A symbol of Victorian England's inequitable nature made infamous by Charles Dickens, borrowers' jails were outlawed in the United States in 1833. The High court has actually verified the unconstitutionality of jailing those also poor to pay financial debts on 3 different celebration in the last century, locating that the 14th Modification bans incarceration for non-payment of expensive court-imposed penalties or fees without an assessment of an individual's capacity to pay and also alternatives for those that can not. "Penalizing an individual for his hardship" is prohibited, the Court stated.

Yet in the last few years the modern-day equivalent of debtors' prisons have actually returned, as cities have expanded to depend on a punishing regime of fines and also costs imposed on their very own locals as a significant stream of earnings." *.
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  1. Posted by Terry Turner, at Reply

    Jeff Sessions is just trying to appease is private prison donors. SMH 😑

  2. Posted by Joseph Nucera, at Reply

    I have a solution,bring back the guillotine .Chop the heads of all politicians.Problem solved .

  3. Posted by kacey jones, at Reply

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  4. Posted by Bernice Mitchell, at Reply

    Does this effect those who owe student loans and medical expenses?

    • Posted by Hijiku Brynjar, at Reply


    • Posted by samiamrg7, at Reply

      Only if you have debt to the government.

  5. Posted by demeY e, at Reply

    Debt is the only other way they can lock up since cannibus is being decriminalize

  6. Posted by Quinn McDonald, at Reply

    Jeff Sessions uses the laws of government to create regressive and racially incendiary policies to specifically target a majority of poor folks. This is cruel and abhorrent. And these are the people who need to be murdered accidentally by the masses.

  7. Posted by Scott Lowe, at Reply

    He is desperate to fill those prisons up.

  8. Posted by Misty Stewart, at Reply

    Omg he has a conflict of interest people! He never should be allowed to make or alter laws when he has a direct vested interest in locking people up.

    How is this antichrist in any position of power?

    • Posted by Mlpfanboy, at Reply

      This is the administration of antichrists. Ironically all of them claim to be the party of Jesus.

  9. Posted by William Taylor, at Reply

    It is an ideology against the poor. The rich, who created the corruption that created the financial crisis, are not serving prison time and never will.

  10. Posted by mods65 mods65, at Reply

    Jeff ” I don’t recall ‘ Sessions himself needs to do prison time . What a pathetic clown that guy .

  11. Posted by Scott Lowe, at Reply

    Also people in jail can’t vote, It’s a double win for Jeff and his donors.

  12. Posted by Ver Coda, at Reply

    Why not bring back Workhouses too? Perhaps you could slap Pauper’s Graveyards on the side, to bury people in mass graves (unarmed, of course). After all, if you’re going to ape Victorian ideals, you may as well go all-in.

  13. Posted by MrHispanicpride, at Reply

    so Sessions is going to inflict more pain on the poor, what has happened to the USA? What a shithole country. lol.

  14. Posted by mako2152, at Reply

    America needs a regime change.
    When you have to get into debt to make money (College), then get jailed for trying to make more money, then stay in jail for not making money…Yeah….this is what’s happening now.

  15. Posted by zammmerjammer, at Reply

    “Let’s throw poor people in jail if they can’t pay their fines!”
    “But keeping people in jail costs like 10,000x more than what their fines are worth.”
    “Math is fake news!”

    • Posted by Michael Daunt, at Reply

      Very profitable for private prisons, though…

    • Posted by sloovy mann, at Reply

      Who just so happen to have contributed to the trump campaign. Surprised?!?!? Yeah me either.

    • Posted by Gavin Porter, at Reply


  16. Posted by Starbucks Girl, at Reply

    Since states are now legalizing marijuana they have to find another way to fill it’s private for profit prison system. It may also take some people out of the voting system.

  17. Posted by bionicturk3, at Reply

    USA home of the Swamp :)) make America great again

  18. Posted by St. MegaHurtz, at Reply

    Wait didn’t Trump file bankruptcy 5 times? The wealthy always avoid paying they’re debts and taxes. Not only that but they receive ivy league, Corp, and political backing. You go delinquent on a TV from Rent a Center and become a legal slave.

    • Posted by DM Tea, at Reply

      How about prison for anyone filing bankruptcy more then three times? That would lock trump up.

  19. Posted by Mig/Cris Munoz, at Reply

    Please correct me if I’m wrong. But wouldn’t this actually be slavery by definition? Indentured servitude? Honestly WTF is happening in this country right now??