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California Will Have Released Nearly 20,000 Prisoners by August to ‘Slow the Spread of COVID-19’

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The following article, California Will Have Released Nearly 20,000 Prisoners by August to ‘Slow the Spread of COVID-19’, was first published on Flag And Cross.

California apparently has roughly 17,000 inmates who are considered to be medically high-risk. Nearly 3,000 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 in the Golden State.

Now, as many as 20,000 inmates will be out of the big house by the end of August – to “slow” the spread of the Chinese virus.

Good one, Gavin.

From Washington Examiner:

An estimated 8,000 inmates could be eligible for release by the end of August, in addition to the state’s reduction of about 10,000 inmates since Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in March, the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) said.

The CDCR says its previous “pandemic emergency decompression efforts” have reduced inmate populations system-wide by approximately 10,000 people already, to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission within its facilities.

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“These actions are taken to provide for the health and safety of the incarcerated population and staff,” CDCR Secretary Ralph Diaz said in a news release. “We aim to implement these decompression measures in a way that aligns both public health and public safety.”

According to the CDCR, of the state’s approximate 115,000 inmates, roughly 2,400 prisoners have tested positive for the coronavirus, and at least 31 prisoners have died from COVID-19 related illnesses – accounting for roughly 2 percent and 0.026 percent, respectively, of the inmate population.

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More from Newsom:

Newsom announced a few weeks back that illegal aliens were going to receive coronavirus stimulus checks, using taxpayer dollars.

An illegal act? Most likely.

For some reason, though, it doesn’t matter.

And yet, it would seem as if Newsom cares little for homes for veterans.

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Now, if they go out and kill three DemonRATS a piece, that’ll slow up CA a bit.

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That gives the dems 20,000 jail cells for the Americans they want to imprison for not wearing a mask, or is it for not complying with the dem’s anti-constitutional orders?