As a conservative and an immensely fierce advocate for the elimination of criminal filth from society, almost nothing in this world delights my heart more than the execution of a death row inmate.
Call me crazy, but shelling out thousands of dollars per year to provide food and shelter to murderers, rapists, and violent stains on society while they spend years going through the appeals process just chaps my buns. Put them down like the dogs that they are and use those funds for a better purpose – a wall along the Southern border, for example.
Apparently an inmate in Nevada shares my perspective. Scott Dozier, 48, got so sick of waiting for the government to put him down that he did it himself!
Dozier, who was convicted of first-degree murder in 2002 (the victim’s torso was found in a suitcase) was found hanging from a bed sheet tied to an air vent in his cell at Ely State Prison, Saturday.
Voila! Problem solved, Nevada! Good times.
Okay, so he soiled a perfectly good bed sheet; however, we must overlook the loss of that makeshift noose of government-issued fine Egyptian cotton and recognize that it was utilized for a greater purpose. Amen and Amen.
Dozier was to have been executed in July 2018 with a never-before-used combination of drugs, but a judge’s ruling regarding one of the drugs put that on hold.
The Chicks on the Right returned from vacation Monday and weighed in on a few of my alternative, low-cost solutions for inmate execution in today’s edition of Speedround. Click below to check it out: