Clinton's Exoneration Over E-mail Scandal is a Gift for Reformers

You may have had the fortune of listening to the FBI Director James Crony's Comey's news conference on July 5th or during the intervening period.  Comey weaved together a narrative of extreme incompetence displayed by the former leader of the State Department, Presumptive-Democrat candidate for President Hillary Rodham Clinton, and a host of other findings that contradict public claims made by Clinton. 

And then he delivered the punchline, the FBI would recommend no criminal charges be filed against her to the Justice Department, whose leader had recently been outed as having had a long conversation on an airport tarmac with her husband, former President Bill Clinton.  The extent of her 'carelessness' and the filings of charges against government officials who have done much less may have left you with a sick feeling in your stomach that "the fix was in" for the well-connected candidate. 

Undoubtedly, rules were broken flagrantly, national security was compromised, evidence was destroyed, and Clinton had to be well aware of her reckless behavior, but nothing will be done by officials.  It's something we have seen happen often here in Ludington with our city manager, community development director, and city attorney.  They do illegal and unethical acts, they benefit themselves and their cronies financially with public funds, and they only get praise and sympathy from their fellow officials. 

But there is always a silver lining when life deals you lemons, which you can make some cloudy lemonade with.  Army veteran and former congressman Allen West perhaps gave one of the better outlooks on this decision than any, relating how this finding and what honest citizens/officials do in its aftermath could become a great benison for those who want real government reform.  His article published on July 5th is included in its entirety.

Of course, the news cycle is completely dominated by FBI Director James Comey’s announcement recommending no criminal charges against Hillary Clinton. And my response is GREAT! I can’t thank Director Comey enough for coming to this decision.

My concern has always been that Barack Obama would release the hounds on Mrs. Clinton and then push for his vice president, Joe Biden, to be the Democrat nominee. And then, to placate the far lefty socialists, who own the Democrat party, Obama would position Sen. Elizabeth Warren as Biden’s VP. That would be a really tough ticket to beat, since Joe Biden’s favorables, regardless of gaffes and such, are extremely high.

However, James Comey just delivered a gift wrapped with a bow. Why do I say that?

Simple, here’s what FBI Director Comey said regarding Hillary Clinton and this email server episode:

•He concluded Hillary was “extremely careless” in handling our nation’s secrets.
•He admitted no reasonable person could have believed putting these emails on a private server was at all appropriate or acceptable.
•He admitted 110 emails on the server were classified at the time they were sent — showing Hillary not only lied, but knowingly endangered national security as secretary of state.
•He admitted Hillary deleted work-related emails before turning them over to the State Department, despite her claims otherwise.
•And, most shocking, Mr. Comey even admitted it’s likely foreign governments hacked her emails — and our adversaries could know critical secrets about the U.S. government because of Hillary’s actions.

Here’s a simple Southern summation. Hillary Clinton was extremely careless with our not just classified, but highly classified, information — why not just term this gross negligence? I can tell you, if I were a member of our Armed Services who’s been punished for misuse or mishandling of classified information, I would be filing an appeal. See, in the military, at a minimum, you’ll lose your security clearance; maximum, you’ll face courts-martial punishment.

Comey has said Hillary Clinton is not reasonable — is that who you want as president and commander in chief? And Mrs. Clinton’s actions were not appropriate or acceptable. That follows with Mrs. Clinton’s blatant lie about not having any classified material on her private server — her unclassified, private, personal server. Hillary Clinton stated there was no classified correspondence she emailed — wrong, a lie. Lastly, Comey confirmed Hillary Clinton inappropriately deleted the property of the American people — State Department, work-related emails. We know from the deposition of her closest aide, the daughter of Muslim Brotherhood associates Huma Abedin, that she admitted to burning emails.

And yes, Hillary Clinton lied about not having any of her emails “hacked.”

Andrew McCarthy, in his article at the National Review, stated:

There is no way of getting around this: According to Director James Comey (disclosure: a former colleague and longtime friend of mine), Hillary Clinton checked every box required for a felony violation of Section 793(f) of the federal penal code (Title 18): With lawful access to highly classified information she acted with gross negligence in removing and causing it to be removed it from its proper place of custody, and she transmitted it and caused it to be transmitted to others not authorized to have it, in patent violation of her trust. Director Comey even conceded that former Secretary Clinton was “extremely careless” and strongly suggested that her recklessness very likely led to communications (her own and those she corresponded with) being intercepted by foreign intelligence services.

Yet, Director Comey recommended against prosecution of the law violations he clearly found on the ground that there was no intent to harm the United States. 

In essence, in order to give Mrs. Clinton a pass, the FBI rewrote the statute, inserting an intent element that Congress did not require. The added intent element, moreover, makes no sense: The point of having a statute that criminalizes gross negligence is to underscore that government officials have a special obligation to safeguard national defense secrets; when they fail to carry out that obligation due to gross negligence, they are guilty of serious wrongdoing. The lack of intent to harm our country is irrelevant. People never intend the bad things that happen due to gross negligence.

Marcus Tullius Cicero referred to this as “the arrogance of officialdom.” Consider that just last week, there was a secret, private meeting between former President Bill Clinton and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. The attorney general told us they talked about golf vacations and grandkids. Over the weekend, quietly, Hillary Clinton visited FBI headquarters and then came out to give an interview with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd — who stated he had inside information there would be no charges. Then the morning after our 240th Independence Day, Director Comey announces a press conference — as the pre-flight checks were being conducted on Air Force One, preparing to fly President Obama and Hillary Clinton on a campaign ride to North Carolina. The optics of this rivals any episode of “Game of Thrones” or “House of Cards.”

Comey announces no charges, and Air Force One takes off. Barack Obama is flying, on taxpayer dollar, not with someone under criminal investigation — but a recently-exonerated Hillary Clinton. This, Ladies and Gents, is the “policy of political corruption” on full display. And it’s offensive to me, and should be to you, that these chuckleheads think so little of the American people.

Well, not all. Certainly the Kool-Aid drinking sycophants are rejoicing — and so am I. Why, because we see who these progressive socialists truly are and how they’ll use any means in order to achieve their ends. It’s obvious that somewhere there are emails involving Barack Obama, so the Clintons got the drop on him and Valerie Jarrett. Loretta Lynch paid her homage to the Clintons, not the Obamas.

So, is this the “new normal?” Have we decided there are political elites who are indeed above the law? It appears that is the case…but I believe the final vote will be cast by the American people. James Comey gave us every reason to look upon that stage in Charlotte, North Carolina, with abject disdain toward two of the biggest liars in U.S. political history. When Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton stood together on that stage, you saw two people who abandoned Americans to die and lied about it. We saw on that stage that the new American socialist party resembles the old Soviet politburo where there are no rules for the few — but rules, laws and edicts for others.

If you looked upon Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on that stage and cheered, the day after our 240th American Independence Day — you are no Patriot and citizen of this Republic. You are nothing more than, as Vladimir Lenin stated, a “useful idiot” — and a supporter of liars. We can ill afford the mindless lemmings to take this nation further down the road to perdition. Thanks, Director Comey, you may have just become the one person who will end the corrupt reign of the Clinton Family, and terminate any chance for an honorable legacy for Barack Obama.

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Good job Allen West. He noted most of the important facts, however I don't believe she was exonerated. According to Comey, Hillary did the actions she was accused of doing, the fact that he chose not to pursue this case only means she is no longer facing prosecution. Another issue is that many people are claiming that she was careless or reckless in doing business on her private server. I take the attitude that was voiced at the hearing today regarding Hillary and that is she was "deliberate" in her actions, not "careless."

Knowing this about Hillary, half of the Country will still be supporting her. That's the sad part.

The whole episode has you mincing words in Clintonian style, Willy, LOL.  Perhaps I should have used "exoneration" with parentheses, to signify that half of the population will see it as a true exoneration, while the other half will just see it for what it is: official exoneration of any criminal wrongdoing, but criminal wrongdoing nonetheless.  For this half, the deliberative nature of the acts shows there was intent and a callous disregard for protocol, which Comey actually laid out, but failed to assign deliberation.  Let's hope this half is more motivated to get to the polls.  Thanks for showing Gowdy cutting through the rhetoric.

Trey Gowdy grills Comey

The "double-standard" for illegal acts and corruption continues to soar to new heights, and with old faces, already known for her lieing and cheating for many years now. The FBI Director now deserves to be prosecuted and removed from office himself, with a new director making a revised ruling on the entire matter. But, this just will never happen, he was appointed by Obama, another of the same ilk. Trey Gowdy did a big service to all of us, and his country, thanks Willy. 

My take on this is that it doesn't allow Clinton to portray herself as a victim. Instead she will be perceived as getting special privileged.  And as a campaign issue Hillary will be seen as a recipient of favoritism  rather than a victim of a witch hunt.

The second thing is that it removes Clinton from receiving  a Presidential pardon from Obama. As it presently stands there is no reason to pardon her. Rather than being perceived as a damsel in distress and her heroic rescuer they will be seen as the new uppity class of entitlement when on the stump together. 

Also Comey doesn't allow himself to be branded as a perverted inquisitor by either the Democrats or the media as happened to Kenneth Starr. Indeed he can now go forward as confirming that yes, Clinton is guilty of of this scandal but by virtue of her status she is untouchable.

Well played.


All that and Comey gets to save himself from an untimely death, which seems to happen to all that get in the way of Hitlery's reckless ambitions.  Well played, indeed!

Well "HILLARY" should not be aloud to get away with this in all her lies to, what is the world coming to! I surely "DON'T WANT HER AS OUR PRESIDENT"!!!! 

Maybe this can of worms and fixed agendas for Hillary can be opened again with a newly elected R. President into the future? I surely hope so, as it was a dirty deal that came to a wrongful and illegal conclusion. But Hey, we can't even control this kind of dirty fixed agendas at our local Ludington venue, so how can we Nationally? 


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