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Friday, December 16, 2016

How to deal with Crooked Clinton


I will explain that acronym later, but let us look at the situation first.

We have Hillary Clinton who is a career criminal whom the establishment has protected from prosecution from the time she was the wife of the attorney general of Arkansas.

Investigations occasionally rise, material witnesses disappear or become uncooperative, and she and her crooked husband live on.

The Clinton Foundation was a repository of tens of millions in bribes from foreign governments (including dictatorships) seeking favors from her at the State department, and betting on her presidency.

Her criminal activity undermined the foundation of our great nation. The G-men are investigating.

From the Daily Caller:
Officials at FBI headquarters instructed its New York field office to continue its corruption investigation into the Clinton Foundation following the election of Republican candidate Donald Trump, according to a former senior law enforcement official.
The instructions ordered agents to “go forward” with their ongoing inquiry into the Clinton Foundation which is focusing on issues of corruption and money laundering, according to the source.
“There were no instructions to shut it down, to discontinue or to stand down on the investigation, but to continue its work,” the former official told the Daily Caller News Foundation in an interview.
He said he received this information about a week ago and that the order originated from the bureau’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. well after the November 8 election. He did not know who at FBI Headquarters issued the order.
As Axl Rose once sang, where do we go from hee-ere.

Which brings up WWGFD?

Readers are thinking: "WWGFD? Pardon me."


What Would Gerald Ford Do?

Well, he pardoned Nixon. That ended Watergate.The nation moved forward and onto the other big issues of the day like their pet rock collections and how to pay for that outrageously high gasoline price of 55 cents a gallon.

President Trump has indicated that his administration will not prosecute Hillary.

Good. Why tear the nation up again over the likes of these bandits? Politically, she's gone where the goblins go.

And thank God and Greyhound, she's gone.

But that should not end the case. No, no, no. She is free to wander the woods (although a woman who cannot make it up the stairs without assistance and is prone to sudden collapses might not want to do so). She should take the cannoli, leave the money.

The United States should file a RICO lawsuit to seize all the ill-gotten gains of her foundation. She is 69 (or 483 in dog years) and will die sooner or later. Draining her of her assets would satisfy justice.

Besides, you only have to prove a preponderance of the evidence in a civil suit.


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  1. I know a lot of people want blood, but what you say about Jerry Ford is right. It took me a while back then to realize it.

  2. Complete the investigation, however long it may take, leaving it hanging over her head like the sword of Damocles. Take the money, leave her poor(ish), to let her think about how good it could have been, and ISN'T ever gonna be, as the Norma Desmond of politics.

  3. That picture of her on Drudge this morning says it all.

  4. "Draining her of her assets would satisfy justice."

    Is that going to be a chapter in your new book, Don?

    "Drain The Swamp-Witch"

  5. Deport her to Saudi Arabia. - Elric

  6. While we're on acronyms, I propose a nickname for all those journalists who can't accept that Trump won, rather than Clinton.

    "The Ex-Ante's"

    Ex ante: based on forecasts rather than actual results.

  7. Bad news for Cleveland, Don! Off-topic, sure, but you need to know:

  8. Nixon was done after he resigned. There wasn't a ghost of a chance of another Tricky Dicky revival; no acolytes would make pilgrimages to San Clemente bearing bribes or requests for favors from a champion influence-peddler.

    Not so with Hillary. Her minions can continue to insist on her innocence; would a major political party have run her as a candidate for President if she was really guilty? Besides, she only lost because of Comey/Wikileaks/Russians/Whatever, and it's all a bunch of lies. Or so they'll claim.

    No, she isn't out of our misery until a stake is driven through her black heart. A bit like slapping the Jap off the map, only much cheaper.

  9. That evil woman and her evil husband have destroyed so many lives... I see the wisdom of your words, Don, but I don't agree.

    Pardoning Clinton wouldn't stop the Left from continuing their attack on America, but would reinforce their notion that Clinton is innocent. They'd figure that the charges were dropped because there's no evidence of any wrongdoing, not as a generous gesture of comity or to promote unity. The Left are True Believers in all the fake news that they manufacture and distribute, and as Vox Day has well described in his book, they will simply double-down on their lies while accusing the Right of doing what they are actually guilty of themselves.

    I say, Burn the witch! Salt the earth where once the Clinton Crime Foundation stood, and banish its name from our lips forever!

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  11. A Rico lawsuit makes a lot of sense to me. The foundation is what paid the bills for her higher echelon campaign staff in the years she wasn't officially running for president- approximately 13 of the 16 years between 2001 and today. I think it likely Chelsea is being groomed for the future, and a Rico gutting of the foundation would put an end to the Clinton dynasty.

  12. WWGFD. I thought it stood for, "What Would the Good Fellas Do"? with the Clintons obviously being the Good Fellas.

  13. There is a good reason for continuing the investigation of the Clinton Foundation. Apparently the former CEO of the Foundation, Eric Braverman, hasn't been seen or heard from in almost two months. On occasion, various people who are quite close to the Clintons, like Vince Foster, suddenly run into a lot of bad luck and are in the habit of disappearing or dying.

  14. Don Surber / November 11, 2016: "Oh and indict the witch." [Clinton]
    Getting soft in a hurry Don ... just like Trump.

    1. Callow fellow.

      You don't indict witches. You burn them at the stake.

      Gotta match?

  15. Let's have a full investigation and post all the evidence on the net, published in the papers, read on TV, and call out any media outlet that doesn't.

  16. She had an opportunity to ride off into the sunset. She chose not to. She chose...poorly.

    Gen Mattis said that the war's not over until the enemy says it's over. The Clintonistas have not stopped. The war's not over.