Is it probable that so many people in the “Know,” will be wrong?
This site has said for the last eight months that Hillary will be going down and will not likely be standing should there be an opportunity to debate her Republican counterpart if she actually makes the cut.
Making said cut will be a real reach and it’s not likely.
The FBI has spent years putting together an unassailable case against Hillary Clinton and will not be thwarted.
Of course in the United States according to the U.S. Constitution, one is entitled to be considered until proven guilty by a jury of her peers.
We would what it no other way.
This begs the question, who are Hillary’s Peers?
Wall street banksters, foreign entities who have funded her campaign, pro-abortion fanatics, progressive/Marxists?
Anything can happen with a jury of your peers.
They can’t bring about charges, if Attorney General Loretta Lynch refuses to go forward with an indictment, this would result in a probable war within the FBI and the Justice Department resulting in mass resignation of F.B.I. agents at a time where they are needed with their anti-terrorism work more than ever.
From the N.Y. TiMES: The FBI agents investigating Hillary Clinton’s potential violations of the Espionage Act with her private email server were “angered” by President Obama’s attempt to defend her on national television, the New York Times reports.
The revelation comes after more emails from Hilary Clinton’s personal email have come to light.
Judge Napilato weighs in the segment below.
“[The investigation has reached] a critical mass,” DiGenova told radio host Laura Ingraham when discussing the FBI’s still pending investigation.
Though Clinton is still yet to be charged with any crime, DiGenova advised on Tuesday that changes may be on the horizon.
The mishandling over the classified intelligence may lead to an imminent indictment, with DiGenova suggesting it may come to a head within 60 days.
“I believe that the evidence that the FBI is compiling will be so compelling that, unless [Lynch] agrees to the charges, there will be a massive revolt inside the FBI, which she will not be able to survive as an attorney general,” he said.
“The intelligence community will not stand for that. They will fight for indictment and they are already in the process of gearing themselves to basically revolt if she refuses to bring charges.
(Fox News/”Fox & Friends”)
By Sandy Fitzgerald
20 Jan. 20, 2016
Former New York City Mayor and U.S. Attorney Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday he doesn’t think there is any way Hillary Clinton should be able to avoid facing an indictment for the “secretive and highly classified” government information found on the private email server she used while secretary of state.
“[There are] 13 violations of federal law that she arguably committed,” Giuliani told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” program. “This is about as clear as it gets. It is a crime to negligently handle top-secret material.”
Giuliani said in his days in the government, there were times he’d be at work until 2 a.m. because he never took top-secret materials out of his office.
“Now, how can she put all this out there and not get proceeded against by the government,” said Giuliani, noting that there is currently a push to demote former Gen. David Petraeus’ rank over his sharing of secret information with his biographer and mistress.
“They treated it — in the case of Petraeus — as a major crime, and his actions are a hundredth of hers,” said Giuliani. “She misrepresented about it. She’s lied about it. She said she had no top-secret material. It’s absurd.”
Entire article below.
And as Clinton “destroyed 34,000 emails,” Giuliani said that he would have argued, as a prosecutor, “that’s evidence of a guilty knowledge . . . the destruction is evidence of guilty knowledge, evidentiary principle that you can use against someone when they’re in a situation where who knows what’s on those 34,000 e-mails.”
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Further, he denied that the probe is politically motivated, as it is the FBI, part of the Obama administration, that is doing the investigation.
In addition, Giuliani pointed out, the FBI has opened a second investigation into the Clinton Foundation, which he would find “really worrying” if he were her attorney.
Giuliani also commented on the news that Sarah Palin had decided to back Donald Trump’s bid for the GOP nomination, saying it “hurts a lot” that she chose him over rival Ted Cruz, after supporting his winning Senate bid.
The endorsement, said Giuliani, will likely not only help in Iowa, but in New Hampshire and South Carolina as well, as it will “generally mean shoring up part of that conservative base that might have some doubts about.”