Hillary Clinton Cleared by FBI
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Hillary Clinton Cleared by FBI


By Douglas V. Gibbs

The deals have been made.  Bill Clinton met with Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and FBI Director James Comey has been threatened with losing his job after Orlando (among other things they probably have on him), and so now the front page of every mainstream media outlet has breathed a sigh of relief, and are proclaiming that no charges will be filed against Hillary Clinton over the email case.  They treat it like it is a win, when in reality, this is a huge loss for America.

Comey said that Hillary has been “extremely careless” in her handling of classified information on her private email server, but he recommended that she not face criminal charges.

That doesn’t mean Hillary Clinton is not guilty of wrong doing, or shouldn’t be behind bars.  In fact, in my humble opinion, she should face the death penalty for treason against the United States of America.  The list of scandals she is a part of is longer than my arm.  Yet, now the arrogance of Hillary Clinton will skyrocket.  It’s as if there is nothing she can’t get away with.

Comey’s announcement comes at a crucial time for Queen Clinton, who is deep in a presidential campaign that may be getting ready to really get rough and wild once Trump finally gets his chance to go up against her directly (rather than also having to battle the Republican Party as he’s been having to do).  President Obama, who was probably preparing to pardon her, just in case, began campaigning with Clinton within hours after the announcement (what an incredible ka-winky-dink!).

Donald Trump’s response echoes the feelings of all of his supporters, and a growing worldwide anti-establishment trend; “The system is rigged,” he said. “Very very unfair! As usual, bad judgment.”

The FBI interviewed Clinton at its headquarters on Saturday for three and a half hours, and during its yearlong investigation they have questioned a number of folks attached to Hillary and the Clinton’s criminal enterprises.  The scandals have convinced a number of voters she can’t be trusted, and may be one of the factors contributing to her sky-high disapproval ratings.  Her screeching, screaming, and barking probably contributed, as well.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Friday that she would accept the recommendations of the FBI and senior Justice Department prosecutors. Lynch made that pledge as she tried to dampen the controversy over a meeting with former President Bill Clinton earlier in the week.

No secretary of state has ever set up private servers as Clinton did while in office.  Her eagerness to participate in private communication methods opens up questions as to why she wanted them to be private, what other means of private communication did she engage in, and who were the people we have not heard about that had access to her account.

Comey admitted in his announcement that Clinton did indeed send and receive emails that concerned matters that were classified at the top-secret special access program level at the time of the communications.  His comments contradicts Hillary’s claims that she never sent or received classified information.

Apparently, being a liar about national security, and lying about placing America at risk, carries with it no chance for criminal prosecution.

The Clinton Camp, of course, is pleased about how this all shook out.

Hillary still belongs in prison.  If she were a Republican, she would be.