Comment by Jim Campbell
June 14th, 2021
There sure are a lot of suicides surrounding Hillary Clinton, aren’t there?
We talk about the most recent ironic one.
The entire Clinton family is made up of criminals who have never been brought to justice largely because the fear ending up in one of Hillary’s infamous body bags.
Not Judge Lamberth, he was going for the take down.
Will anything actually result from this endeavor?
That’s a coin toss.
Hillary Clinton is a pathological liar and a known perjurer who would likely lie through her teeth if she showed up to testify at all.
Then it’s possible for Judge Lamberth to never be seen or heard from again, “It’s The Clinton Way.”
Twenty to life and one day with out the possibility of parole has a nicer ring to it.
- Investors Business Daily
- SCOTT S. POWELL
Few would deny that the ascendance of the United States from colonial poverty to the world’s top economic and military superpower in just 200 years is largely attributable to principles and rule of law in our founding documents enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
And so it should come as no surprise that America’s decline in the last 25 years has coincided with the erosion of the U.S. Constitution and the corruption of the nation’s law enforcement and judicial system.
What has most greased the skids of America’s decline toward the ways of a banana republic is the emergence and acceptance of two-tiered justice and attendant cronyism and political corruption.
And nowhere is this more obvious than in the pass given to the Clintons, and particularly former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
When the Clintons left the White House in 2001, taking with them over $190,000 worth of heirloom china, flatware, rugs, and furniture as they cleared out — much of which they later had to return — they claimed they were flat broke.
Their net worth today is now in excess of $150 million, accumulated not by traditional means of work and investment, but rather by pay-for-play influence peddling through speeches and Clinton Foundation fundraising — with the tacit understanding that the Clintons would be in a position to return favors to donors after Hillary won the 2016 presidential election.
An elementary role of the U.S. law enforcement and justice system is to punish lawbreakers. But more important is the judicial system’s critical function in preventing future crime.
If the Clintons skate, we as a nation are not only acknowledging acceptance of a two-tiered justice system, but we are getting on a waterslide to banana republic status, with political crime and injustice likely to get worse, perhaps risking failure as a nation.
It is a felony, punishable by fine and imprisonment up to 20 years, according to 18 U.S. Code 1519, to destroy, conceal, cover up or falsify any record or document whether on paper or on any digital device with the intent to impede or obstruct the investigation of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States.
The pattern of deceit through controlling and destroying documents and records in order to facilitate and obfuscate self-dealing and political crime started early in Hillary’s career.
While her husband faced impeachment, stiff monetary fines and a near million dollar settlement as well as disbarment for five years, Hillary Clinton skated with no accountability for anything in her incredibly checkered career.
There were the missing records documenting the statistically impossible profits from cattle futures trading, the disappearance of Hillary Clinton’s billing records from the Rose Law Firm — under subpoena by Federal and Congressional investigators — where she previously worked on matters related to the Whitewater real estate sham, the removal and destruction of a hard drive from the computer of her former Rose Law Firm partner and then-White House Deputy Legal Counsel Vince Foster, whose death by gunshot wound was ruled a suicide in the midst of the Whitewater investigation.
And then there were the missing documents from the White House Travelgate scandal — documents that would surface two years later — showing Hillary’s duplicity and contradiction of prior statements.
As egregious, scandalous and unlawful as much of this was, it was small time and just a warm-up to what was to come after Hillary became Secretary of State, at which time she insisted on using a private computer server and email address — about which she was warned would be vulnerable to hacking and security breaches — for the purpose of avoiding public scrutiny and accountability while indirectly helping the Clinton Foundation raise enormous sums from governments and parties with whom she was also interfacing as secretary of state.
It is now clear that this was all done to evade Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and federal government record-keeping laws and obfuscate conflicts of interest while serving as secretary of state.
But it all began to unravel after Hillary left office and was required to testify before a House committee on Benghazi in October 2015 and answer questions about the terrorist attacks on the U.S. Consulate on September 11, 2012.
It was those hearings that brought to light the existence of Hillary Clinton’s secret, unsecured, do-it-yourself server.
And then it was learned that she not only stored classified and top secret information in an unsecured location, but that she had also authorized the destruction of subpoenaed evidence — some 33,000 emails — after she was put on notice of the existence of the subpoena.
These violations are felonies with stiff penalties and there were at least six other laws that appear violated for which Hillary could be indicted.
What is now waking up Americans about the seriousness of Clinton family self-dealing and the need for prosecution is the realization that the Clintons were at the center of what appears to be the biggest political corruption scandal in U.S. history.
The fact that the Clinton Foundation’s single largest aggregate donation of some $145 million came from various parties linked to the Uranium One sale to the Russian government nuclear agency Rosatom makes this the mega-case of Russian influence and corruption.
Before the Declaration and the U.S. Constitution were even written, Samuel Adams observed that, “neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt.”
Political corruption in America has now become like cancer destroying people’s trust in government and their respect for the rule of law.
The inclination to give a pass to lawbreaking politicians once out of office would be a grave mistake.
Boldness is needed and there is simply no more important or cathartic action to take to restore faith in our system, equality before the law and to rein in cronyism and double standards than the prosecution of the masters of political corruption — the Clinton crime syndicate.