The Department of Justice will soon commence an investigation to determine whether there should be an investigation (you read that nonsense correctly) of a scandal involving the Clinton Foundation and a company called Uranium One. It appears that FBI decisions made during the time that Hillary Clinton was being investigated for espionage will also be investigated to see whether there should be an investigation to determine whether she was properly investigated. (Again, you read that nonsense correctly.) Only the government can relate nonsense with a straight face. Here is the back story. When President Donald Trump fired FBI Director Jim Comey last
One gets the feeling that AG Sessions´ fear of prosecuting the incredibly visible criminal acts of the Clintons is because he also dated the 14 year old girl linked to his possible Senate replacement, Judge Moore. Sessions knows that Hilllary and her media supporters will smear him with the same Alabama teen story, and he´ll have to resign.
There can be no other reason why Sessions will not prosecute Hilllary and all those involved with the Obama regime´s massive corruption.
The Clinton Crime Syndicate has spend the last 30 years digging up dirt on EVERYONE they ever ran into and stored it away. Very few in D.C. are angels and this is the Clintons Free Pass and they´re not afraid to destroy anyone to keep their crooked, slimy butts out of jail. And I mean ANYONE!
There´s no new chapter, there´s no old chapter. It´s the same clap trap.
The politicians are merely waiting for Campbell to die, and he will probably soon, THEN they´ll start something pathetic which will result in Hillary and Bill continuing to commit their felonies. Napolitano sells another book or improves his ratings. Rinse, repeat.
In addition, the Senate will do the obvious fraud of demanding Moore be expelled before and/or if he´s elected based on 40 year old claims and exonerate Franken for actually assaulting a woman with photographic evidence. The camera man who took the picture will go to jail.
What happened with/to the whistleblower who was wiling to testify re Uranium One? We havent forgotten about it. It sure would be nice if the punks in Dc would quit cowering, acting so afraid of Hillary Clinton. Put on some big boy pants and do something about this crook, already! Her criminal activites are on par with past, notorious, highly renown gangsters. Her big white butt is swinging in the wind-lance it.
I think Sessions should just retire. He is not in a position to get this investigation done and it needs to be handled. He is not the right person for this position. He did not do well this week in front of the committee or in front of others. I would like to see someone who doesn´t have any Skeletons in his closet and is fearless be the AG! Not sure if there is anyone left in DC that fits that description.
How nice things would be today if Sessions remained in the Senate where he belongs and not moved over to become the AG. No Moore issue and maybe someone with a spine at Justice Department. Probably no Mueller too.
I don´t think there are any skeletons in Sessions´ closet. It might just be the case that he is still stinging from the rakings over he received from Franken and Harris, and being a mild-mannered and low profile guy he flinches from the possibility of being in the Democrat/Media crosshairs again - which he surely would be if he were to get serious about prosecuting these people.
Good man, just lacks the temperament for the AG job.
Hillary Clinton is the "Ford Edsel" of politics. All chrome, shiny paint and mirrors all dolled up in way over the top design and absolutely no engineering beneath the hood. She is an unsinkable, unflushable, stinky, brown thing that no one can make go away. God´s going to have to do that dirty job for these cowardly people running our legal system. They are not afraid of her- they are afraid of her millions of little brain dead emotionally challenged followers. Anyone who falls apart like they did election night might do anything to save her sorry saggy butt from Federal prison.
But, if they wanted to get to Hillary and bill, take their crooked-got money. That´s where their power lies and it can be taken.
After reading this entire article, I have to admit he has this whole shebang wrapped up in one big nasty ball that should be easy enough for anyone to understand.
Ironic that Franken was the one that basically was responsible for Sessions recusing himself. Much too soon as we now know. Sessions wanted to play nice and be fair, now we know that will get him nothing in the present environment. But I do agree, a SP will take it out of the congress´ hands, and put in behind secret doors. If there are any old hangovers in the FBI that can cover for Hillary and Comey.. we will not hear from them.
I want it all out there. Just like Watergate. Let the chips fall, but it is gonna get ugly, for sure. One thing different, though, the Clintons are already disgraced and out of office, so it will be easier. Getting at Obama´s interference will be another matter.
Does anyone trust the Federal government to investigate itself, or the Clintons, or any smidgen of the Obama years, or Loretta Lynch, Jim Comey or any of the assembled cast of characters?
Government is 100% politicized, right down to the lowest grade in the Federal civil service. And this is a bi-partisan effort. It´s not like any Republican has done anything to stop the changeover from a competitive entry, non-partisan civil service to the untrustworthy mess we have today.
Don´t forget the Clintons (through Craig Livingstone) got hundreds of FBI background files on prominent D.C. individuals in the 1990s. Further, they have a "charitable foundation" with billions of dollars that can be used to dig up dirt on anyone who crosses them, and lots of willing reporters who will take the dirt and run with it. They´re ruthless witness how they demonized Ken Starr during the Lewinsky investigation. He had no skeletons, but they painted him as a pervert obsessed with sex. Who wants to deal with that?
something like this, "rejoice when men revile you, persecute you, slander you for the sake of the Kingdom for your reward will be great. beware when all men speak well of you for that is the way they treated the false prophets." iow if you are not ready to be slandered by hillary then you are not ready at all.
I remember when the Clintons were leaving the WH after his second term... there was a huge stink at the FBI because the Clintons had managed to get copies of many of their files. NOW we know how they have been using those files!
Since National Security was potentially compromised by the nefarious Clintons, I would think that any State in the Union could file a lawsuit against the Federal Government to turn over any and all materials related to this case for evidentiary discovery. Security is hardly the sole purview of the Feds who, with the Obama-era corruption of all agencies with hack leftist political appointments, cannot be trusted.
This whole fiasco has challenged the assumption that "any republican is better than a democrat". The absolute propensity to eternally snatch defeat from the jaws of victory is making me thing we need to clean out the swamp so a new crop of conservative members of congress can then enter the fray. Do we really need more people like Corker, Flake, McConnell, etc? I realize some of the buffoons are not running for re-election, but many more are.
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