Re-Elect Me or I’ll Release this Multi-Murderer Says Democrat Governor

“I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse” is a classic Godfather line.

Democrat Governor John Hickenlooper has topped it with a new line: “If you don’t vote for me, I’ll release a multi-murderer.”

The Godfather Politics site isn’t about glorifying the mafia; it’s about exposing politicians who act like mob bosses, use their authority and access to power to benefit themselves financially inside and outside of public office by using the power of government to intimidate the citizenry through threats of legal intimidation.

It’s strikingly amazing how brazen some politicians have gotten. Consider this from the Tea Party News Network.


Our nation is supposed to be a republic governed by laws- not men. Our elected officials are supposed to create and enforce the laws, not serve as the laws themselves.

However, at a time when the mainstream media focuses on the pending corruption charges against Texas Governor Rick Perry for exercising his right to veto, they are deafeningly silent on the heinous and inexcusable corruption going on in Colorado as Democrat Governor John Hickenlooper threatens to commute the sentence of a convicted multi-murderer if he does not get re-elected.

You may recognize the name as the name of the Democrat governor who enthusiastically supported sweeping anti-Second Amendment legislation last year and has championed some of the strictest anti-gun measures in the West.
In an unbelievably callous move that betrays a shocking lack of respect for his state’s laws, Hickenlooper has stated that if he is not reelected, there would be enough time that he “could” commute the sentence of a murderer who killed four people after he opened fire at a Chuck E. Cheese in 1993.
In 1993, angry about being fired, Nathan Dunlap opened fire at an Aurora Chuck E. Cheese and shot five and killed four. He was tracked down shortly after and was sentenced to death. A whopping 21 years later, Dunlap still enjoys three hots and a cot courtesy of the Colorado taxpayers and rather than affirm his commitment to the law of Colorado which allows capital punishment, Hickenlooper has ducked and dodged from the issue and has granted a “temporary reprieve” for the execution to see if he will be reelected and whether he will have to weigh in on capital punishment.
In terms reminiscent of a mafia-style shakedown, Hickenlooper told a CNN reporter, “there are obviously remedies that the governor can do, you know; I could give it full clemency between election day and the end of the year.”

Go to TPNN to read the rest of the article.

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