Liberal Lunacy: Illinois Lawmakers Don’t Want To Offend Criminals, Pass Legislation Replacing The Term ‘Offenders’ With ‘Justice-Impacted Individuals’

The state could care less for the victims of these individuals

AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File

(PJ Media) And now, the funniest and most cringe-inducing thing you will see today.

Illinois, the Land of Lincoln, has just passed a bill in both chambers of its legislature replacing the term “offenders” with “justice-impacted individuals.”

I’m still grappling with the sheer absurdity of it all.

The Washington Examiner quoted a couple of state Republicans (I know, I was surprised to know Illinois even had Republicans) who rightfully called out the sheer stupidity of the bill.

State Senator Steve McClure (R) said, “There seems to be this rush to take away all accountability for people who commit crimes. If a person is going to get on the right path, they have to know they did something wrong. This apologizing for the criminal, the person who chooses to commit crimes to the detriment of our victims, the people who don’t choose to be victims of crimes, is absolutely incredible.”

State Senator Terri Bryant (R) further noted how turning one word into three on official documents just sucks up more taxpayer dollars.

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