Friday, March 25, 2016

Hillary belongs in jail

Sometimes I think I'm the only person in America who still thinks Hillary is going to be indicted.  There is so much cynicism towards this Justice Department but can they ignore the evidence?  Writing in the WashPost, Ed Rogers reminds us the current state of Hillary's illegality: "Deceit and power work in Hillary's favor".
In politics, it is said that you can fool some of the people all of the time and you can fool all of the people some of the time. In other words, liars have pretty good odds. The smoking guns keep piling up at Hillary Clinton’s feet, but nothing seems to trip her. Yesterday, Judicial Watch released a batch of documents, obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request, that it says reveals blatant coordination between then-Secretary of State Clinton and the Clinton Foundation. Stunningly, the internal State Department emails expose Clinton’s eagerness to “thank [Clinton Foundation] supporters for their commitments.” Of course, these “commitments” must mean money. It’s incredible.

And, Clinton’s State Department was apparently coordinating meetings for Bill Clinton with foreign heads of state. If any other employee at the State Department had arranged such meetings for their spouse and actively thanked contributors to their spouse’s foundation, they would likely go to jail. No lawyer would even let it go to trial, because the sentencing guidelines would guarantee years behind bars.

It’s only because Hillary’s last name is Clinton and because she is the Democratic front-runner for president that she isn’t already being prosecuted for something or another. For anyone else at the State Department, their conviction and sentencing would produce only a matter-of-fact, back-page reference in The Washington Post.

The double standard doesn’t end there. If any other State Department employee had decided to conduct all of his or her official business on a personal server located in his or her private home, that person would have already been prosecuted. Period. Full stop.
The FBI allegedly has 150 agents working on the email and corruption cases.  This sounds to me like an investigation going in full force, not something about to be swept under the rug.

1 comment:

Awful Legacy said...

Well, look. If you want someone as president who is willing use executive orders to curb the "crushing costs" of Obamacare, you've got to accept some trade-offs.