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Friday, July 01, 2016

Did Bill Clinton plea bargain?

Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with Bill Clinton (whose law license was suspended for five years after he committed perjury in the Paula Jones case) for 40 minutes to discuss their grandchildren. Washington is a-flutter over this, as if this White House does not cut deals with the zeal of a car salesman below quota with two days left in the month.

The rest of America would be surprised if the fix were not in. OK?

But what makes this interesting is that it just gave Hillary a few bad news cycles, which negates the pass she just received on Benghazi.

The Daily Caller's Chuck Ross wrote:
Former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton is scheduled to meet Saturday with the FBI, a source close to the investigation into her private email server tells The Daily Caller.
The source went on to suggest the interview may take place at her Washington, D.C. home.
The bureau’s interview with the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee is believed to be the final step in its investigation into the potential mishandling of classified information on Clinton’s private email server.
That makes sense. My limited knowledge on criminal investigations is that the target is the last interviewed. Huma Abedin's meeting earlier this week would fit into such a timetable. If it is just bad email security, I doubt that derails her.

However, from Fox News:
The FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of private email as secretary of state has expanded to look at whether the possible “intersection” of Clinton Foundation work and State Department business may have violated public corruption laws, three intelligence sources not authorized to speak on the record told Fox News.
This new investigative track is in addition to the focus on classified material found on Clinton’s personal server.
“The agents are investigating the possible intersection of Clinton Foundation donations, the dispensation of State Department contracts and whether regular processes were followed,” one source said.
If the FBI can tie the Saudi money to emails divulging state secrets, it may be go to prison time for her.

Meanwhile, Richard Pollock of the Daily Caller reported:
When Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately Monday in her jet in Phoenix, Arizona, some speculate he may have been pleading for his wife who is under investigation by the FBI and the Department of Justice. But the former president may also have been pleading for himself, according to a former federal prosecutor.
Lynch is taking the heat for Obama. FBI agents are putting some of that heat on. The bureau knows it is bigger than any president, and if Obama does not know this, his chief of staff  Valerie Jarrett does. On January 20th, I wrote: "Will prosecuting Hillary be Obama's legacy?"

From that post:
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?
How does this affect Donald Trump? Hillary Clinton is the weakest presidential nominee I can recall.


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  1. "Think what you may of him, but there is a decency about him..."

    Sorry. I may be picking at a wart and ignoring the body as a whole, but that observation/opinion still fascinates me.

    1. Just because a decent thing happened does not mean it was intentional. I can't see that it was.

    2. I just don't see any decency about Obama. If two rival gangs fight over territory, is either of them "decent" because it's at war with the other one?

  2. Prosecuting HRC makes BHO look honest? Really? As I've been claiming for months, to no one in particular, prosecuting H makes O wealthy!! Once the Clintons are disgraced and out of the way, possibly in jail, the Obamas can look forward to having rich Democrat donors funnel their $$$ into the Obamas' pockets instead of the Clintons' pockets.

    As for the possibility of Bill meeting the AG to plea bargain, the latest right-wing conspiracy rumor I read is that the FBI was/is investigating Hillary for passing confidential State Department information regarding internal EU talks over the Greece bailout to her son in-law, who at the time was running a hedge fund that was heavily into Greek bonds (before it collapsed and was closed). If true, the FBI might be recommending a criminal indictment for corruption, all apart from possible violations by H of the laws regarding the handling of national security info and retention of her email correspondence as Secretary of State.

    1. I can't imagine one Democrat ever prosecuting another, even if there is a perceivable financial advantage.

    2. But you also posted that you "don't see any decency about Obama." When literally hundreds of millions of dollars from Democrat donors are at stake, do you honestly believe Michelle isn't going to lean very hard on her husband? Not even a saint could pass up that kind of fortune without being seriously tempted...and neither one of the Obamas is a saint.

      I also think Obama is bright enough and vain enough to realize Hillary's election as the first woman to hold the office would arguably be as historically significant as his election as the first black president. Now why would The One look forward to having his place in history to be overshadowed? Do you think he would be happy sharing his thus far unique place in history with someone he so obviously personally dislikes?

      Now if Clinton were replaced on the ticket by Joe Biden, well, that would work out so much better for him. Truth is, when you factor in all the negatives, Biden has a better chance of beating Trump than she does. And Biden is more likely than Clinton to be a one termer who continues Obama's policies unchanged without breaking new ground. The election of Biden would be viewed as providing a third term for Obama, thus firmly establishing his legacy in transforming America. In contrast, however, there's no telling how far Clinton would go to establish her own place in the history books, even (or especially) at the expense of Obama. Because that's the way she rolls, and Barry damn well knows it.

    3. Hillary won't be getting a Nobel Peace Prize.

  3. The issue of Willie trying to save his own ass is much underplayed. The Ozark Global Slush fund is his as much as hers and I'll bet his fingerprints are all over it as much as hers.

    "Think what you may of him, but there is a decency about him, and he did block her from the presidency"

    Another of Pissy's acolytes. He thinks Hillary was denied the White House as some act of altruism.

  4. The only good that comes from the Justice Department branch of the Democratic Party passing on a prosecution is it puts up front and center that the Democratic Party is a crime syndicate masquerading as a political party.

  5. I think LL was the one doing the plea bargaining.
    Slick Willie did an impromptu 'enforcer' style visit to LL
    (HRC walks or the Barbell!)

  6. One thing I see in this and no one hasn't been there,can understand is the National Security
    element to the E-mails. Anyone who has had a clearance, as I have working for a contractor
    (as a pilot ) that held DoD and DoE contracts,
    National Security is taken very, very, seriously. This is not a game, politics are
    not a priority. The safety and well-being of the country is. I say Hillary is in huge trouble. Stamping license plates at Leavenwoth trouble. I have said this for a
    long time. The foundation and other problems are pale in comparison. There are people with
    immunity, I think there will be an attempt
    to throw Huma under the bus, but, that may be too late, she may grab Hilliar's cankles
    as she goes under...
    TG McCOy

  7. Just ordered the book. Made final retirement arrangements as well. I thought Bill might be setting Hillary up for jail time so he can be "single" again. Silly me. He has been for the last...How many years since the wedding?

  8. After racking up the 8-balls so well with the pre-nomination book, I do hope Don has another tome in him for the period from now until November.

  9. Rush says we’re being played by the Clintons (again):
    RUSH: Okay, folks, I'm gonna tell you what I think is actually going on here. I think we are being played in the standard, common, everyday way the Clinton team plays the American people. It has happened, I can't count the number of times, dating back to when Bill Clinton was in the White House.
    Essentially what this is -- and the Lynch-Clinton meeting is the latest ingredient -- we're being set up for massive disappointment, depression, and dispiritedness. They're making it look like, and they have all along, very possible Hillary Clinton could be indicted. They are toying with us. They're dangling this carrot in front us. "This could be the time. This could be it when we finally get the Clintons once and for all."
    They drag it out, and they do things like this meeting that apparently compromises the whole thing and jeopardizes the whole thing, release information on all the emails they're finding and Hillary's IT takes the Fifth 125 times. Ask yourself, how many times do people ask you, "Do you really think Hillary's gonna be indicted?" And they say it with anticipation and excitement. How many times do people ask you that? They ask me that all the time.
    My answer, by the way, from the get-go has always been, "She's not gonna be indicted. There's no way it's gonna happen. You don't understand the Democrat Party and their use of power if you think their presidential nominee is gonna be indicted by an Obama DOJ. Ain't gonna happen."
    But they got a lot of people thinking it will, and when she skates, they want you depressed, they want you down in the dumps, they want you giving up, they want you thinking there's no way you can win. They want you thinking they can get away with everything. That's the Clinton MO, and we are right smack-dab in the middle of another such play. Don't doubt me.

  10. Who knows what that hideously fat loretta lynch and the lying bill clinton discussed. I only know that it was corrupt and completely inappropriate for a civilized, law-abiding society, and that they both lied about what was discussed. I also know that they, like hilLIARy, lie every time they open their mouth.

  11. Who knows what that hideously fat loretta lynch and the lying bill clinton discussed. I only know that it was corrupt and completely inappropriate for a civilized, law-abiding society, and that they both lied about what was discussed. I also know that they, like hilLIARy, lie every time they open their mouth.