Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Redundant Proof That Hillary Clinton Will Never Be Indicted In Emailgate

by JASmius

It's not quite at the level of a de facto presidential pardon, but it's still a substantial addition of handwriting to the metaphorical wall:

A watchdog group has intensified its demand that [Reischfuhrer] Loretta Lynch appoint a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton's private e-mail server after the Washington Free Beacon reported that she received nearly $75,000 in campaign contributions from [Commissariat of Injustice, Revenge & Coverup] employees.

That'll be the day.

That is the agency that would normally decide what action to take if the FBI recommends pressing charges against [Mrs.] Clinton in the case.

The money given to the Democrat front-runner's campaign from [Injustice, Revenge & Coverup Commissariat] workers is nearly eight times as much as the combined funds received from them by the other two candidates remaining in the race, Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump and Democrat rival Bernie Sanders. It is also nearly five times as much as [Mrs.] Clinton received from those in the [commissariat] in her unsuccessful 2008 run for the Democrat presidential nomination.

Citizens United president David Bossie told the the Washington Free Beacon he did not see "how Democrat political appointees can fairly investigate who is about to become their nominee for president." [emphases added]

Simple answer: They can't.  And they won't.  Because they never intended to.  An open & shut whitewash.  A "fixed in".  Otherwise the Obama White House would have backed  Bernie Sanders.  By giving the Ugly Dutchess the green light two months ago, they picked their "horse," and settled the fate of the Emailgate investigation.  It is a train going nowhere....

....and it always was.

If, as I long predicted, Senator Elizabeth Warren had challenged the Old Puffgut instead for the Democrat presidential nomination, it would have been a different story, and January 20th, 2017, might have been the day the Empress moved into the Greybar Hotel....

....instead of the White House.

More's the pity.

Leave it to Red Barry, assuming he does leave on constitutional schedule, to give that proverbial knife one last twist on his way out the Oval Office door.

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