As his approval ratings keep dropping, Biden is reportedly planning to sign executive orders on police reform


WASHINGTON, D.C.- According to sources familiar with the plan, there is a strong possibility that by the end of January, Joe Biden is going to push his “police reform” agenda via an executive order.

According to CNBC, the executive actions are still being finalized, but are expected to be rolled out at the start of February, which is also Black History month, as the administration tries to achieve policy goals leading up to the president’s State of the Union address in March.

The executive actions would follow Biden’s plans to advance “voting right” legislation and could also coincide with a similar effort by some Democratic lawmakers to revive the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, which stalled on Capitol Hill after failed attempts to get a bipartisan measure.

The House was able to pass the police reform measure earlier in 2021 in response to the death of Floyd, but months of negotiations among a bipartisan group of senators failed to produce the bill. When the bill stalled in September, Biden said in a statement:

“I still hope to sign into law a comprehensive and meaningful police reform bill that honors the name and memory of George Floyd because we need legislation to ensure lasting and meaningful change.

But this moment demands action and we cannot allow those who stand in the way of progress to prevent us from answering the call. That is why my administration has already taken important steps, with the Department of Justice announcing new policies on chokeholds, no-knock warrants, and body cameras.”

As his approval ratings keep dropping, Biden is reportedly planning to sign executive orders on police reform

The focus on police reform is part of what appears to be a last-ditch effort by the Biden administration to take action on some of the president’s signature initiatives in the run-up to his State of the Union Address on March 1st.

According to three sources familiar with the discussions, in addition to “voting rights” and policing, the White House and congressional Democrats are considering ways to resurrect Biden’s Build Back Better package, either by paring back the legislation or separating it into two bills.

The executive actions on policing are still be finalized and the people familiar with the plans did not know how the actions would differ from steps taken by the DOJ in 2021 when it imposed new restrictions on chokeholds and “no-knock” warrants.

The people familiar with the discussions said that Biden is also expected to use the moment to criticize former President Donald Trump.

Biden seems to be using many of his speeches to sharply criticize Trump, as he did so during a January 6th anniversary speech and again on Tuesday, January 11th while giving remarks on voting rights.

News of the executive actions comes at the conclusion of a difficult week for Biden, during which he suffered numerous setbacks. He was widely panned by Republicans and some Democrats for a racially-charged speech urging Senate Democrats to suspend the filibuster to push through his party’s legislation that would overhaul federal election laws.

That speech failed to sway Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema, which essentially left the election legislation dead in the water.

Additionally, Biden has hit dismal polling numbers that shows him under water with only a 33 percent approval rating.

Fox News reported that law enforcement organizations across the country are expressing concern and skepticism of Biden’s plan to resort to the use of executive orders on police reform, stating that it is “not a sustainable” means of achieving long-term change.

Laura Cooper, executive director of the Major Cities Chiefs Association (MCCA) told Fox News Digital that executive orders “in lieu” of congressional legislation is not sustainable over time, adding:

“…Being pro reform and being supportive of law enforcement are not mutually exclusive and the MCCA hopes that any executive action taken will reflect a balance between improving law enforcement transparency and best practices while being supportive of the men and women who protect and serve our cities.”

Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, spokesperson for the National Police Association and a member of the Law Enforcement Today Board of Advisors, told Fox News Digital that Biden is switching gears to police reform in order to deflect from one of the worst weeks in his presidency. Smith said:

“After the worst week politically in his presidential career, it appears that Joe Biden plans to pivot to ‘police reform’ to prop up his faltering reputation and revive his popularity with ‘anti-police’ activists.”

Smith added that the law enforcement community needs leadership, not “partisan pandering.” Smith stated:

“Right now, we need President Biden’s leadership, not his partisan pandering, if we are going to save the lives of both American law enforcement officers and the communities we are trying to protect.”

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Report: New documents show Biden administration would house violent men in female prisons based on “gender identity”

January 5th, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C.- According to a report from The Federalist, based on leaked documents, President Joe Biden and his progressive administration are preparing to give violent criminals, including those who have committed heinous sex crimes, a “get-out-of-jail-free” card. 

A draft of this policy, which is buried deep in a proposed executive order on law enforcement mostly devoted to a form of defunding the police by disarming and disabling them, is a small paragraph of bureaucratic language that orders the U.S. attorney general to:

“…within 30 days of the date of this order, begin the process of identifying any necessary changes to the [Bureau of Prisons] Transgender Offender Manual … to enable BOP to designate individuals to facilities in accordance with their gender identity.”

In states across the country such as Connecticut, prisons typically go by the individual’s genitalia area to decide whether the offender belongs in a male or female prison – and even that is not an exact science.

That is why there is a classification requirement of offenders based off risks and needs so they are placed in the prison that is best suited for them.

However, it seems, that under this executive order the federal government will simply house offenders based on a self-declared “gender identity.” This can cause dangerous situations as male rapists, child molesters, and other individuals convicted of sex crimes will be allowed to live in women’s prisons.

The Biden administration has embraced an ideology that gender identity is purely internal, thus allowing male to female transgender inmates to be housed in a female prison regardless of their functioning male genitalia. 

This move can result in make sexual predators exploiting the system in order to abuse and rape female prisoners as has already been the case in places where similar proposals have been enacted. 

For example, Caroline Downey of National Review Online recently published an article detailing alleged rapes and sexual assaults within the Washington state prison system, which has begun housing men in female prisons. The story suggests that the incidents are being covered up for various political reasons. 

The same problems have also plagued California, which houses male prisoners who claim a female “gender identity” in women’s prisons.

In response to reports of rape and abuse, the Women’s Liberation Front, which rejects transgender ideology, has filed a federal lawsuit against the state. Brittany Bernstein reported:

“Plaintiff Krystal Gonzalez says she was sexually assaulted by a biological male who was transferred to Central California Women’s Facility under the law.

According to the suit, when Gonzalez filed a complaint and requested to be housed away from men the prison’s response called her alleged attacker a ‘transgender woman with a penis.'”

In the United Kingdom, placing male to female transgendered individuals have produced such horrific results that even the leftists at The Guardian admitted that some “mistakes were made.”

However, not enough have been made to stop the trend and now female prisoners are being threatened with extra time for calling transgender inmates “he” or “him.”

Biden and his administration are eager to follow these examples and contrary to his campaign promises to be a moderate, return-to-normalcy president, Biden is governing as a hard-left ideologue. 

The White house has not confirmed or denied the authenticity of the documents in the report from The Federalist, saying:

“We don’t comment on alleged leaked documents.”

Under the Trump policy, BOP is to assign inmates to prisons based on their gender identity only “in rare cases.” In September 2021, a DOJ official told the Associated Press that about 1,200 of the 156,000 federal prisoners in the U.S. identify as transgender.

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Female inmates sue California over allowing male criminals to “identify their way” into women prisons

December 27th, 2021

CHINO, CA – Female inmates in the California Institution for Women (CIW) are asking for help after a new California law allows biological men to be housed in state women’s prisons based on their “gender identities.”

Senate Bill 132, known as the Transgender Respect, Agency and Dignity Act, was signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom and became effective January 1, 2021.

The legislation allows incarcerated transgender, non-binary and intersex people to be housed and searched in a manner consistent with their gender identity.

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Secretary Ralph Diaz said at the time:

“No one deserves to be treated disrespectfully because of their gender identity or expression. And it is our sworn duty to protect people from sexual assault and violence.

“Senate Bill 132 will bolster our ongoing efforts to address the inequalities and complex needs the incarcerated transgender, non-binary and intersex community faces and codify our policies for the screening, treatment, and housing of this population as required by the Prison Rape Elimination Act.”

Female inmates are now reaching out to the media for help, saying they are being placed in danger by the new law. A letter sent from inside the CIW said the women want the news media to know what is truly happening behind bars:

“So, we want to know if you can possibly send a copy of the policy and procedures for the screening process of these men coming here.

They are getting caught having sex already yesterday a girl was sucking a man’s d**k on the main yard. WTF? … This is not safe for us.”

Mainstream media has been reporting that trans women face increased danger while housed in a male prison. 

For example, the San Francisco Chronicle wrote that almost 250 people, mostly transgender women, are waiting to be transferred from men’s institutions to women’s institutions since the law passed, but critics point out that the female prison populations are the ones who are endangered.

As his approval ratings keep dropping, Biden is reportedly planning to sign executive orders on police reform

Greg Burt, director of Capitol engagement for the California Family Council, a conservative group backing the lawsuit, said in a statement”

“Everything we warned legislators about SB132 is coming true.”

In an effort to stop the transfer of men into women’s jails, the Women’s Liberation Front (Wolf) filed a lawsuit in November 2020 alleging that the bill puts female prisoners at risk of being raped or sexually assaulted.

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, seeks to overturn Senate Bill 132.

The suit argues that  the law is unconstitutional and that the requirements of SB132 create an unsafe environment for women in female facilities.

Two of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, both incarcerated women, allege they were sexually assaulted by inmates who identify as transgender or gender non-binary.

Other inmates argue that the law violates their religious beliefs, which they claim are violated by being forced to house with transgender women.

Amie Ichikawa of the group Woman II Woman, a party to the suit, said she was shocked that the new bill was passed:

“We’ve gotten so many calls, letters, different messages of women feeling forgotten, completely excluded.”

Ichikawa said she is not opposed to providing a protected environment for transgender inmates, but that the system does not prevent sexual predators from gaining access to female facilities by claiming they are transgender:

“We’re about making sure everybody is being safe here.”

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokeswoman Terry Thornton said CDCR is committed to protecting all inmates:

“The department is committed to providing a safe, humane, rehabilitative and secure environment for all people in its custody.

Federal and state laws impose legal obligations related to the treatment of people in custody with specific provisions for gender non-conforming people.”

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Transgender pedophile, registered child sex offender who raped a dog may be sentenced to women’s prison

December 24, 2021

BOURNEMOUTH, UK – A transgender “woman” with a history of pedophilia was sentenced to 20 months in prison for raping a dog and will likely serve time in a women’s prison.

John ‘Claire’ Goodier, 60, from Northwich, Cheshire, was previously convicted of possessing indecent images of children but police have since discovered images on his computer of him having sex with the dog.

Goodier had his device seized in 2019 after a routine check by police found he had been searching the internet for bestiality content. The check discovered sufficient evidence to warrant a seizure of the computer for authorities to conduct a full analysis, according to reports.

The computer check was part of two previous convictions for possessing indecent images of children.

In 2005, then known as John Goodier was convicted for causing or inciting a child aged 13 to 17 years to prostitution or pornography.  He was also charged with seven counts of taking indecent photographs of children.

Goodier was again charged with possession of indecent photographs of children in 2009. Both crimes were given suspended sentences. 

Chester Crown Court Prosecutor Pauline Barnes said that on Wednesday, December 22, said the police had reported to Goodier’s home on July 19, 2019, to carry out a routine check due to being on the sex offenders register for life.

When a full analysis of the computer was completed two years later, hidden folders were discovered containing 31 indecent images of Goodier taking part in a sex act with an Alsatian breed of dog.

When Goodier was arrested on June 17, police found a pen drive in a handbag containing the same images and 3.5 grams of cocaine.

Goodier admitted possession of the images, according to Barnes:

“She said she had fantasized about it for a number of years and after talking about it with people in Northwich, was put in touch with others in Bournemouth.

“She travelled down there in December 2018 and took part in the sex act with other people and the Alsatian dog.”

Goodier was sentenced by Judge Steven Everett to 20 months in prison. Judge Everett called the crime ‘despicable’, ‘disgusting’, and ‘depraved.”

Defense attorney Simon Mills said his client was cooperative and honest with probation services, and asked the judge to issue another suspended sentence:

“This incident took place some three years ago. The picture now is one of sporadic offending. This is not a case where the offending is getting more and more serious.

“She will do everything asked of her by the court and there are tentative signs of improvement in her attitude and approach.”

Judge Everett sternly denied the defense’s request. The judge made scathing remarks during sentencing:

“You deceitfully took part in a cocaine-fueled incident with other persons.

Since the terrible offence took place, you kept the images unashamedly for your own sexual gratification. In the middle of all this, you failed to comply with the terms of an order, which some might say is a minor breach, but it’s not for the first time.

“Your record is appalling, and it could be said you were astonishingly lucky not to go to prison previously. A message must go out that if you commit such disgusting behavior then you must go to prison.”

Goodier sobbed in court as the judge issued the 20 months sentence, ten-year Sexual Harm Prevention Order, and an order to sign the Sex Offenders’ Register. Based on current self-identification laws in the United Kingdom, Goodier will likely be considered for housing at a women’s institution.




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