Biden would commute Boston Marathon bomber’s sentence so he can join Antifa in Portland

An appellate court has tossed the death sentence and overturned three of the convictions of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says that he’ll go even further and commute the life sentence of the killer so that he can, “join his Antifa friends in Portland.”

“Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is a fine young man with skills that are needed in today’s fight against Donald Trump’s federal forces in Portland,” Biden said in an exclusive interview with Genesius Times.

The 224-page ruling, released Friday afternoon by federal appellate Judge Rogeriee Thompson, cited two errors in the criminal and death-penalty trials that found Dzhokhar guilty and then condemned him to death.

“I’m glad we’re revisiting the trial,” Biden said. “Those Antifa freedom fighters in Portland need all the help they can get.”

Biden has recently promised free college for a second degree to all the Antifa protestors throughout the country, but especially in Portland, where the Democratic National Convention has been held for over 60 days.

“Someone needs to stand up to these tyrants,” Biden added. “If it requires that I commute the sentence of the Boston Marathon Bomber, then so be it.”