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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Will prosecuting Hillary be Obama's legacy?

Drip.

Drip.

Drip.

The leaks from Washington are getting larger and faster.

Just as in Watergate, the leaks do not come randomly or by chance. In that take down of a president, the guy behind it was Deep Throat, the man Nixon passed over for FBI director.

This time, the leaks may be coming courtesy of the Oval Office, but with no way to track it back there. This is an orchestration by someone, not Obama, per se, but more likely the voice in his ear: Valerie Jarrett.

Hear me out. This is what we know.

1. Obama cannot stand Hillary.

2. Obama was stuck with Hillary as Secretary of State.

3. Hillary was stuck as Obama's Secretary of State with nothing to do as he never outsourced diplomacy.

But Valerie Jarrett and Obama are not fools. They did not appoint her and ignore her. They kept tabs on her. They knew what she was up to, which was using the office to take foreign bribes laundered through her charity, which was really a front to keep her campaign staff on the payroll.

Hillary also made a good patsy when things went wrong. Anyone connect Benghazi to Obama? Of course not.

This isn't devious. This is the way things are done. I am not saying Obama approved -- or disapproved -- any of this, or that he knew the true nature and depth of her whoring out the Department of State. I doubt it. He looks as far as his mirror. But surely they knew something was up, and that they had to take out the trash.

In retrospect, Obama's appointment of James Brien Comey Jr. as FBI director is brilliant. Comey is by all accounts a man of integrity, an assistant attorney general who stood up to President Bush 43 over NSA spying. Obama's appointment of Comey assures that the investigation of Hillary is professional and not something slapped together by some special prosecutor. The Benghazi investigation is a mess. This one isn't. The FBI has more than 35,000 employees and experience in white collar crimes.

Prosecuting Hillary is a winner for Obama as it feeds her to the Left, which has hated her ever since the Hillarycare debacle. Prosecution also makes him look honest. Think what you may of him, but there is a decency about him, and he did block her from the presidency. Judging by how craven for power she is -- how she mistreats others -- she would have been worse. Far worse.

We shall see what happens. But do not be surprised if, at the end of the drama that will ensue once they send the report and recommendation to the White House, if Obama (via Attorney General Loretta Lynch) approves the seeking of an indictment or the filing of an information.

That is how I see it. What do I know?

11 comments:

  1. The investigation will also lead to Billy Jeff. That foundation is rotten and I believe she is also being investigated for corruption regarding payments to said foundation. This should turn up some interesting tidbits about Bill. Maybe even Chelsea as well. The whole thing was a pay to play scam.

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    1. oh yes, this will pave the way for crazy uncle joe biden. Kills the Clintons and preserves obama's legacy or so he hopes.

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  2. With just what we know now even Moe, Larry, and Curly could get a conviction. - Elric

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  3. “A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee.”

    Taking down the old king and his queen would appeal mightily to the narcissistic Obama.

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  4. Yes Hillary will be indicted after she secures the delegates to win the nomination but before she is actually nominated at the convention. Then there will be an open convention to pick the nominee: Michelle Obama.

    Slowly all the pieces are coming together.

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    1. That scenario, while worthy of a thriller, would (I think) cause such an upchuck in the Democrats that it would have to be seen to be believed.

      -Mikey NTH

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  5. Well, yes, they would like to inflict Michelle on us, and they may well try, but I can't see it working the way they may want.

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  6. 365 days from now, once the Obamas leave the White House (hopefully showing more class than the Clintons who stole various White House furnishings when they left), they will want to raise wheelbarrows of cash for his library and whatever ventures they are planning to replace the Clintons on the global scene. The Obamas will not want to compete for the money from the same liberal donors with the Clintons. What better way is there for Obama to eliminate the competition than by letting the legal process take its course and allowing the DoJ to indict Hillary? Obama gets to look "presidential" by not interfering with her prosecution and he also reaps the financial benefit of having paved the way for the Hill & Bill show to implode? It becomes a win-win for Obama's legacy.

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    1. ObamAA-? Class? Bwahahahaha.That is the best joke I've read this month. Thank GOD I know you were being tongue in cheek.

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  7. We may see the abolition of nonprofits in our lifetimes. There are billions of dollars sitting in the vaults of these money faucets for liberals (and yes, I am including churches and hospitals and university foundations). This money and sale of any associated properties can be used to fund the impending pension crisis.

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  8. If Obama stops prosecution of Shrillary then what? The next President could still prosecute her for her blatant abuses of highly classified information and then Obama would look like a stooge for giving her a pass. Obama could prevent that by giving her a Presidential pardon, but then he would look really bad in the history books because all of her abuses would surely come to light. Obama's best approach is to allow prosecution to proceed.

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