Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Clinton & emails - anyone else PO'ed?

You can read about it on CNN.com and on Kyle Wingfield's website and in many other places.

The FBI says that Hillary broke the law and that she won't be prosecuted. Is anyone really surprised by this outcome?

Does this mean that FBI Director James Comey gets to keep his job a little longer?

Either way he'll be "history" after January 20. Trump won't keep him around. And Hillary won't keep him around, either.

If I were Comey, I'd be studying all the facets of Vince Foster's "suicide" and beefing up my security detail. But will he even have a security detail after January 20?

What kind of weakling comes up with a "no prosecution" result? Well, let's say, for example, he knows who signs his paycheck. Obama and Clinton are BFFs now. You think Obama was going to tell Lynch to tell Comey to prosecute Clinton and let the courts figure it out? Ya think?

No way!

Please pass the barf bag. I think I'm about to be sick.

From CNN.com, " 'Our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,' Comey announced after a lengthy recap of the investigation the FBI conducted."

Sure thing. Keywords: "reasonable prosecutor". A reasonable prosecutor might like the idea of still being employed, still being able to practice law and, probably, of still being alive. So on that, Comey is right. After all, remember Vince Foster. He had Arkansas "history". He was unhappy in his job at the Clinton White House in Washington. So he "committed suicide" (with a faulty gun which was found some distance from his body). Suicide? Oh, really?

I met the author of The Murder of Vince Foster at an authors' party in Columbia, Md. in 1995. (When you look up that book on Amazon.com, keep in mind that it's the paperback that was published in 1996.)

1 comment:

Big Daddy said...

Reasonable prosecutor? They indictd those Policeman in Baltimore didn't they even though there is/was no case? What about David Petreaus? Wasn't he charged for less than what she did?