Tell President Trump to Pardon This Hero!

As Written By LTC(R) Allen West for United Patriots:

I’m writing today with good news and bad news.

The good news is that thanks to your generous support and action, we were able to send more than 250,000 petitions to the White House last month demanding that President Obama pardon 1LT Clint Lorance before he left office.

I can’t thank you enough for answering my call to arms on behalf of this innocent soldier. It personally means a lot to me.

Unfortunately, I think you know the bad news.

Barack Obama refused to pardon Clint — a soldier who proudly defended his troops from a Taliban attack in Afghanistan.

  • Instead, Obama did commute the sentence of traitor Bradley Manning, who leaked sensitive national security information and put our troops at risk.
  • He did commute the sentence of Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera, who was serving 50 years in prison for plotting to overthrow the U.S. government and whose group killed four Americans in a New York City bombing in 1975.
  • And of course, he pardoned and commuted the sentences of hundreds of criminal cocaine and heroin dealers.

As a combat veteran, I’m disgusted that Obama let traitors, drug dealers and murderers out of prison early — while 1LT Lorance is left to serve a 20-year sentence for protecting his men on the battlefield!

It’s time to ask President Trump to now do what Barack Obama refused.

That’s why I’m asking you to please sign this new PRESIDENTIAL PARDON PETITION FOR ARMY 1LT CLINT LORANCE right away.

You see, our former Commander in Chief sat back and let an innocent American soldier sit behind bars for protecting his men from a Taliban attack.

But now that Donald Trump has taken office, you and I have a new chance to finally free 1LT Lorance.

Will you make sure to sign the PRESIDENTIAL PARDON PETITION that I will forward to President Trump?

As a combat veteran with 22 years of service, I can’t turn my back on this young soldier. And based on your previous support of UAP and Clint Lorance, I don’t think you will either.

As you may recall, UAP was founded by another combat veteran, Major Bill Donahue of the U.S. Marine Corps, who knows just like I do that you can’t second-guess our young men for their split-second actions behind enemy lines.

In fact, UAP is assisting six other wrongly accused soldiers who are sitting behind bars at Fort Leavenworth…

…in addition to funding three separate efforts to free Clint, including an appeal, a motion for mistrial and, of course, this Presidential Pardon campaign.

But as a non-profit organization, UAP doesn’t receive a dime of federal funding. Instead, they depend on the big hearts of American patriots like you who support them and their mission.

And I don’t think you can put a price tag on this young man’s freedom!

After signing the petition, will you please consider making another generous, tax-deductible donation to help start this new campaign to President Trump?

With your continued support, UAP will be able to fight that much harder and faster not only for Clint, but for the other innocent soldiers counting on them.

1LT Lorance served our country honorably and courageously for ten years.

He does not deserve to be treated as a cold-blooded murderer for doing his job!

So please follow this link to sign your PRESIDENTIAL PARDON PETITION FOR ARMY 1LT CLINT LORANCE and make your best tax-deductible contribution of $35 or more.

On behalf of 1LT Lorance and his family, his legal team and UAP, thank you again for your support.

Steadfast and loyal,

LTC(R) Allen West
Congressman (2011-2013)

P.S. Now that Donald Trump is President, we have a golden opportunity to free Clint from prison — but only if we flood the White House with petitions as soon as possible. Thank you for signing this new PRESIDENTIAL PARDON PETITION FOR ARMY 1LT CLINT LORANCE and sending your gift of any amount.

Allen West Republic is sharing this on behalf all the above mentioned parties: Allen West, United American Partiots.

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