What will it take for the Arizona Republic to withdraw its endorsement?
With less than a week before Election Day, Hillary Clinton’s scandals have grown at breakneck speed. Extending past the private mail server located in her basement which compromised national security and the money-making machine and pay for play scheme, selling access to then-Secretary of State Clinton — inextricably entangled with the Clinton Foundation. We’ve read with disgust how Democrat strategist and interim DNC Chair Donna Brazile acknowledged in a now disclosed email to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, “From time to time I get the (townhall/debate) questions in advance.” Guess who she passes them along to?
As the walls began closing in, Hillary Clinton’s closest aides and advisers were given immunity.
National Review’s Andrew C. McCarthy writes, “The Clinton E-mails Are Critical to the Clinton Foundation influence peddling Investigation.”
All of this deceit leads to at the highest levels. The latest disclosures involve recordings detailing that FBI agents felt they had sufficient evidence to pursue an indictment of Hillary Clinton, but were shut down by U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s Department of Justice.
Yes, the same Loretta Lynch who had a private jet-board meeting with Bill Clinton on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport — ostensibly to discuss Bill’s golf game and grandchildren — as Hillary’s mounting legal problems were worsening. Despite reaching political heights, the self identified po’ boy from Hope, Arkansas still function as a power obsessed hick.
Even Barack Obama is weighing in on the FBI‘s investigation, as he watches his ‘third term’ drop like a rock, declaring, “We don’t operate on innuendo, incomplete information or leaks.” Democrats Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, great fans of the FBI Director just last month, are now piling on James Comey for reopening the investigation. The FBI Director’s term is ten years long for a reason.
Bypassing mere politics by a mile, with raw criminality front and center, the likelihood of a Clinton indictment is worth betting on.