We’ve come to the sullen conclusion that the Clintons are going to be with us for decades to come.
Even after they pass away, their legacy of corruption and unrestrained appetite for power and wealth will follow their memories for many, many decades.
Such has been the profound impact they’ve had that we are forced to borrow some words from another Democrat when delivering a speech at a dark time in our nation’s history:
“They will live in infamy.”
As frustrated as we might get at their unrestrained and largely unpunished behavior, it’s downright tragic to see people who are willing to jettison any semblance of integrity and embrace utter corruption for their own personal benefit.
Yet it was their choice, not ours.
Judge Jeanine is not as philosophical about the matter: She wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to open an investigation into Hillary Clinton and James Comey.
Convinced that they engaged in conduct that is at profound variance with federal law, the outspoken judge has decided the time has come to get to the bottom of what happened.
Judge Pirro explains her rationale for supporting the investigation of each of these individuals. Hillary first, via Breitbart:
“‘Jeff Sessions needs to follow his prosecutorial instincts and open a federal criminal investigation into the actions of Hillary Rodham Clinton and impanel a grand jury immediately,’ Pirro argued.
‘This woman should not get a free pass because she lost an election. Her reign was one of bold, brazen in your face pay-to-play corruption.
And I’m not even talking about the hypocrisy of this so-called women’s rights activists which starts and ends with the women who accused her husband of wrongdoing and contributions to her foundation from countries that literally hate and kill women.'”
Now to Comey, whose odd behavior makes it seem like he’s had something to hide for sometime:
“‘[J]im Comey — he needs to be the target of an active criminal investigation for obstruction of justice, conspiracy and perjury,’ she demanded.
‘His prejudging an investigation before 17 witnesses and the target of that criminal investigation were even interviewed is the essence of public corruption.
He lied to the senate judiciary committee when he said he only made the decision to not charge, which by the way was not his decision to make in the first place after the investigation was completed.'”
And why not engage in these investigations?
If Hillary and Mr. Comey have done nothing wrong, then they have nothing to worry about, and it’s no big deal. Right?
The side benefit for Hillary is she would be able to use her exoneration to proudly go forward as an innocent woman. Sounds like in winner for her.
That is unless she’s not quite as innocent as she would have us believe…then it could be curtains for her and good riddance, too.
I say: Set the truth free.