SATANIC: Creepy John Fetterman Cheered when Killer Who Stabbed Man 26 Times with Garden Shears Was Released from Prison
Steve Bannon on Sunday labeled Democrat gubernatorial candidate John Fetterman a satanist for urging the release of hundreds of hardened criminals from prison to prey on the defenseless.
Steve Bannon: Fetterman is Satanic— and this is exactly what a Devil would do— release hardened criminals to prey on a defenseless population.. Look @ his eyes— not even close to Human Why is he NOT out in public — too Demonic to even come forth and be cast out
Steve was not kidding.
A report came out on Monday on how John Fetterman cheered when a convicted killer was released from prison in 2019.
Charles “Zeke” Goldblum was sentenced to life in prison for killing a man with garden shears in a parking garage in downtown Pittsburgh and later trying to hire a hitman to kill his accomplice in the brutal murder.
At least three times John Fetterman expressed support for reducing the prison population by one-third.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
Charles “Zeke” Goldblum was sentenced to life in prison for killing a man with garden shears in a parking garage in downtown Pittsburgh and later trying to hire a hitman to kill his accomplice in the brutal murder. As lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, Senate hopeful John Fetterman voted to set Goldblum free in 2019 and said he was “happy” when the killer was released from prison last year.
Goldblum was convicted of first-degree murder in the 1976 killing of George Wilhelm as part of an insurance fraud cover-up. According to prosecutors, Goldblum and an accomplice, Clarence Miller, lured Wilhelm to a parking garage in Pittsburgh, where Goldblum stabbed the man 26 times. While out on bail, Goldblum tried to hire an undercover police officer to murder Miller, who had fingered Goldblum for the crime.
Goldblum, who has maintained his innocence, was poised to die in prison, having unsuccessfully appealed for clemency seven times. But in 2019, Pennsylvania’s Board of Pardons, which Fetterman chairs, voted unanimously to release Goldblum from jail, overriding the wishes of Wilhelm’s family. To justify its decision, the board points to the judge and prosecutor on Wilhelm’s case, who have since concluded he was the accomplice rather than the principal assailant.
But in 2007, a federal appeals court rejected Goldblum’s request for an evidentiary hearing, writing, “there is just too much evidence here establishing Goldblum’s guilt.”…
…Fetterman cheered when Goldblum was released from jail last year, saying he was “happy that he’s going to be going home to his family” and that Goldblum was “not a threat to public safety.”