Ta-Nehisi makes the case that Huckabee is being blamed for something he didn't do, namely, release a killer from prison:

It's worth reviewing what actually happened in the Maurice Clemmons case. Huckabee, apparently, reduced the sentence of a guy who was given 100 years in prison, for crimes he committed between the age of 16 and 18--none of which were murder or rape. I just find it impossible to criticize him for that decision.

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