Friday, October 28, 2016


In the past several days we're learning more from the Wikileaks dumps that have occurred over the past several weeks.  Instapundit says that if Hillary wins, her presidency will be tainted from Day One.  He links to a John Fund article over at National Review that says, in part:
Ordinarily, the IRS and other government authorities take much smaller transgressions seriously. Democratic representative Corinne Brown (Fla.) is currently under federal indictment for far less serious transgressions involving a foundation she controlled.
This is yet another example of Comey's Disgrace.  Corinne Brown is "under indictment for far less serious trangressions" yet Hillary is still campaigning.  How exactly is that not a two-tiered justice system?  But I digress.  The more important question will be; Who is she beholden to if she is elected?
Should Hillary Clinton become president, she will drag the country into yet another national nightmare over her ethics and the ethics of the Clinton Foundation. Who knows what else will be belatedly revealed should she win the White House? Whatever it is, it’s not likely to be pretty or enable her to command the respect of the American people or leaders abroad when she makes tough decisions.
To answer the last paragraph, Hillary will never command my respect.  Over the last several months, it's become pretty clear that she has earned no respect, that she's a felon, that she is probably running a corrupt organization, and that she deserves to be prosecuted. I can't believe that there is not an active RICO investigation,  but we know who is running the FBI.

Just Damn!  Even the Boston Herald is making the case.
Another thing I wouldn’t want to do is have to write a life insurance policy for Doug Band. In case you haven’t been paying much attention to the inner workings of the Clinton Foundation as detailed in the WikiLeaks dumps, Doug Band’s role is summed up nicely in this headline from the L.A. Times:
“An aide says he once arranged for $50 million in payments for Bill Clinton.”
But that's not the kicker.
Fifty million! And now it’s all laid out, in public documents, by Doug Band himself. Far, far beyond a reasonable doubt, if you want to get technical about it. Even James Comey could make this case — but he wants to keep breathing, too.

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