Hillary Clinton should be indicted, not elected

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.


12 Responses to Hillary Clinton should be indicted, not elected

  1. Vince says:

    I got my laugh for the day early this morning. Obama is now telling voters that they must vote for Hillary Clinton since without her the risk to the world is too great!!

  2. Saguaro Sam says:

    What would it take for the AZrag to withdraw its endorsement of
    Ma Barker, err. . . Hillary Rotten Criminal?
    Well, since emperor barack says that world’s going to end if she doesn’t get elected—–everyone should immediately begin to jettison that which is Not necessary to daily life, and start with unsubscribing to the paper.

    Meanwhile, Hillary was in Tempe apparently and prior to that she was in a black-owned barbershop in Las Vegas (those chin hairs Do need trimming now that Huma isn’t around to pluck).

    Here’s the link:

    Located: The homeless lady who was stomped on and kicked and verbally assaulted by a gang of Hillary supporters while she was trying to protect the site of Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame one week ago. Fab story on thegatewaypundit.com today.

    Meanwhile, 3000 miles away in NYC, it is learned that Mayor DiBlasio has given government benefits to One Million Illegals while NYC has the largest homeless population of American Citizens in this country. With an estimated 887 people per 100,000 residents being without shelter or safety. And that’s just an estimate provided by the city.

  3. William Heuisler says:


    The Whitewater scandal involved 1970s and 1980s Arkansas real estate investments in Whitewater Development Corporation by Bill and Hillary Clinton and Jim and Susan McDougal. Whitewater was a get-rich scheme that scammed elderly, retirees and working-class Americans.

    People who bought property from the Whitewater Development Corp. paid a down payment and monthly payments until the entire purchase was paid. What was the hitch? If buyers missed a payment the deal was null and void – all property and payments were forfeited to the Whitewater Corporation.
    No repayment, foreclosure, court hearing or due process allowed.

    More than half of Whitewater’s customers lost their entire investment. (“Whitewater Repossessions; Sales Practice Benefited Clintons, Partners,” The Washington Post, April 21, 1994.)

    A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation convicted the McDougals for Whitewater. Jim Guy Tucker, Clinton’s successor governor, was sentenced to 4 years’ probation for his role in Whitewater. Susan McDougal served 18 months for refusing to testify against the Clintons.
    Jim McDougal died in prison before he could testify against the Clintons. Whitewater Prosecutors said Jim McDougal’s death was a “blow to the investigation”. After conviction in 1996 on 18 felony counts for Whitewater, Jim received a lesser sentence by promising cooperation with Prosecutors.

    Susan McDougal was pardoned by President Clinton before he left office. The Clintons were never even prosecuted.
    Hillary Clinton claimed to have “nothing to do” with Whitewater. Hillary lied.
    Whitewater books were examined by the Washington Post.
    All monthly checks mailed to Whitewater Development Corp. were in “care of Hillary Rodham Clinton. “Records Show Wider Role for Hillary Clinton; Whitewater Papers Detail Involvement,” The Washington Post, April 21, 1994.

    • Maggie says:

      The Clinton’s have built their careers on getting passes on their multiple acts of corruption.They think they’re immune to the laws the rest of America lives by.

      The fact that these disclosures abut the presidential election is very concerning, since we no longer have “election day,” but election month with early voting factored in. I wonder how many who have cast their ballots for Hillary are already feeling buyers remorse?

      What continues to amaze me are the number of women I talk with who refer to her election as “historic.” That was the liberal’s ridiculous selling point for Obama. I’ve come to the unhappy conclusion that many of my friends are low information voters. They are unaware of most of the criminality swirling about her and those who have a bit of information, believe it’s a scheme dreamed up to keep her from the presidency.

      I realize I have to change my social group, since I can’t be friends with people I don’t respect. We don’t have to think or even vote alike, but at least have information that matters more than shared “plumbing.” Never thought I’d say this, but there is a difference between male and female voters. Men don’t vote “feelings.”

      • Saguaro Sam says:

        There is some buyer’s remorse.
        Story earlier this week about the vast numbers of google searches for ‘how can I change my early ballot’.
        Apparently, in seven states it is possible, but not without hurdles to jump.

    • Conservative Since Birth says:

      I just re-read a favorite book – “Hell To Pay” The unfolding story of Hillary Rodham Clinton by Barbara Olson (who was killed on 9/11 on flight going into Washington). She goes through Whitewater in chapter called “Watergate to Whitewater.” Hillary Clinton is a criminal, period and nobody makes it as clear as Barbara Olson. Great read.

  4. MacBeth says:

    According to the Real Clear Politics poll aggregater Trump is pulling head nicely and in key states.


    The nitwit Libertarian and the revolting Socialist are grabbing just enough votes to skew for Hillary.

  5. JL Hill says:

    Would you be interested in the devious goings on of LD17, Shadow Asgari, Joshua Askey and our bylaws committee?  We need this to go public as they are quashing a committee who has been working on limiting proxies in our bylaws. They and Chad Heywood are responsible for what you mention in this article…AZ GOP chair Robert (Mc)Graham gets testy when truth hurts

    I have proof, emails and messages between Robert Graham and our LD17 chair Shadow Asgari of corruption and the intended disenfranchisement of PCs through excessive use of proxies.Please contact me A.S.A.P>  I will also approach other conservative, AZ news sources. Establishment corruption must be exposed, even at the bottom level.

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    Info on HIllary in Tempe, Nov 2.
    In addition to her normal negative personality traits, they’ve got her so cranked that it’s amazing she doesn’t go into grand mal activity.

    Notice in the pics that the mysterious tall black man is at her side, again.
    Somebody should put up a reward to whomever can identify that man. Probably from Uganda or some third world country.
    That voodoo he do so well.


  7. Conservative Since Birth says:

    My favorite sentence from the above SRAZ commentary:
    Despite reaching political heights, the self identified po’ boy from Hope, Arkansas still functions as a power obsessed hick.

    Rush Limbaugh today talked about how Hillary (Wellesley College/Yale Law) and Bill (Georgetown/Oxford/Yale Law) never had the ‘right connections’ for the world they lived in while in college so they went the greed and power route on their own. And boy did they. Rather than Rockefellers – they ended up as Nicolae Ceauchescu and his wife, Elena except for the final act…Ceaușescu and his wife were shot by a firing squad but put Bill and Hill in the White House and we’ll have some interesting times.

  8. Saguaro Sam says:

    Ted Cruz, campaigning alongside Mike Pence, refuses to say Donald Trump’s name.

    Wasn’t Cruz described during the primary as being annointed by God to be our next president?

    Not very Christian-like actions on his part.
    story on thegatewaypundit.com

    (Paul Ryan is using the same trick, but what do we expect from him—he once had a lengthy relationship with a woman who was later convicted of fraud and went to prison.)

  9. Kathy says:

    Flake to vote for Romney’s candidate – he needs to be ousted!!! Flake is with Hillary!