VIA| There’s something about the words “Hillary Clinton” and “jail time” that’s really soothing to the ears. And the visual it brings of a corrupt old crow sitting behind bars really gives you hope for America’s future. While we’ve been hearing those words quite a bit in the media lately, the past couple of weeks have been relatively silent on the matter.
However, according to reports that came in at the end of January, it would seem that the FBI is ready to indict Hillary, and if it’s recommendation to do so isn’t followed by the United States Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, the agency’s investigators are planning on blowing the whistle and going public. Ah . . . justice.
Speaking of justice, this case could show exactly what kind of justice system we have. Will Hillary Clinton be held accountable for her actions, as she should? Or will the Obama Administration snuff this flame before it grows? This American ideal that the citizens should be held accountable while politicians get a free pass is tiresome. Who watches the watchmen?
Tom DeLay, a Texas republican and Washington Times radio host believes that one way or another, Hillary is going to be indicted, or she’ll be tried in the public eye.
Last week, Clinton’s press secretary Brian Fallon accused intelligence Inspector General Charles McCullough of colluding with Republicans to damage Clinton’s campaign for president.
The charge came after a report that McCullough sent a letter to two GOP lawmakers that some of Clinton’s emails sent from her private server when she was secretary of state should have been marked withclassifications even higher than “top secret.”
Brian Fallon can accuse away, that doesn’t erase Hillary’s sins. And last I checked “colluding” isn’t exactly against the law. However, lying about top-secret emails is.