Leniency the new buzzword in America’s courts

The newest U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Ketanji Brown Jackson, won her job because of the combination of her skin colour and gender, and despite some questionable decisions made while sitting on lower courts.

To be precise: America’s history-making newest justice (first black female, making the progressive crowd giddy with happiness) sentenced a niece rapist to half the prison time prosecutors had been suggesting. That let Leo Weekes allegedly assault another relative. All that at a time when he should have been behind bars.

So, why should Manhattan federal court Judge Colleen McMahon be any different? Especially if she is hoping for similar career progress to match Justice Jackson. She’s done the proper politically correct thing: she let go a guy who told innocent people outside a New York City restaurant that he had a bomb and will kill them using it, in the name of a deity, a.k.a. Allah.

For the record

A youngster named Malik Sanchez told two women outside a New York City restaurant that he had a bomb and was going to kill them.

Judge McMahon was aware that Sanchez ran a modestly popular (he had 5,400 subscribers) YouTube channel called “Smooth Sanchez.” It has been dormant since his arrest.

Robert Spencer, founder of the Jihad Watch, reports that Sanchez must have taken down his original bomb threat from his YouTube channel.

Strangely, YouTube never blocked “Smooth Sanchez.” That’s how he could walk around Manhattan and harass random strangers. He even assaulted one man, but apparently his victim didn’t wish to press charges.

Whatever else he may be, Spencer adds in his comment, Malik Sanchez is certainly a sociopath and possibly a dangerous one.

There have been quite a few “Smooth Sanchez” videos showing Malik Sanchez yelling abuse at passers-by, mostly young women, during his leisurely walks through New York’s streets. He calls himself an “incel,” an abbreviation for involuntary celibate. Judging by his behaviour as he himself displays it, how (and why) could (or should) any decent female break Malik Sanchez’s celibate remains a mystery.

Here’s a description of video recorded and uploaded for all to see in February, 2021. Sanchez approaches the outdoor seating area of a Manhattan restaurant. He comes close to the place where two women are dining. Without any invitation, he barges into their peaceful discussion: he’s going to “enhance their meal.”

Top make sure they understand, he shouts: “Bomb detonation in two, in two minutes.”

To make his point, he screams, “I take you with me and I kill all you. I kill all you right now. And I kill all you for Allah. F**k, f**k that s**t. I’m gonna Allah. I’m gonna do it. I’m gonna f***ing do it for Allah. I’m gonna do it, for, Allah, Allah, Allahu Akbar, Come on. I do it, bomb now, bomb now.”

Six people flee from the enclosed outdoor dining area. To Malik Sanchez, this equals victory: “Yo, all of them scattered. … Holy s**t. Holy s**t, boys. That was f***ing five stars. That was five stars. Holy s**t, huh?”

For this, he got time served, for the 23 days spent in jail following his arrest, and the nine months he was confined to home.\

Nobody but Malik Sanchez knows how sincere he was apologising to the two women he had accosted and saying that his actions were those of an “immature and reckless child.”

Judge McMahon interrupted Malik Sanchez’s peroration and told him that his action was “that of a sicko. Still, instead of keeping Sanchez behind bars for the five years suggested by the U.S. criminal law, Judge McMahon satisfied herself by going “tut-tut,” and adding his pre-sentencing behaviour was exemplary and he was a success story because he saw that what he had done was wrong.

That this wasn’t the first among several such offences mattered not.

Scarred for life

Spencer quotes one of the women whom Sanchez threatened: “For the next several weeks, I lived with my parents in Pennsylvania, too afraid to return to life in the city.

“I was convinced that a terrorist was operating in my neighbourhood, ready to actually use violence at any given time. Mr. Sanchez altered my faith in humanity and made me realize there are truly bad people out there who enjoy seeing others suffer.”

Meanwhile, Spencer concludes, Malik Sanchez has made it clear he wants to join U.S. armed forces. No word yet whether prefers the Army, the Navy, or the Air Force.

Given the woke culture now prevailing in all branches of America’s military, Spencer writes that Malik Sanchez will have no problems joining. U.S. armed forces no longer care that a recruit once faced charges for pretending to be an enemy of the United States.

Americans should follow Malik Sanchez’s progress through the ranks with keen interest.

So should both America’s allies and her enemies.


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