Clinton Indictment: Hillary's Chickens Come Home to Roost

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  1. Mrs. M.

    Mrs. M. Man Feed Guest Writer Op-ed Contributor

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    Hillary Clinton's Chickens Come Home to Roost

    Today it was reported that there is suspicion that the Fox channel is being censored. Direct TV customers reported that the Fox and Friends channel has suddenly been replaced with the Fushion channel and the viewers are finding that the two channels have been switched. Then it turns to an "experiencing technical difficulties screen.

    We are days away from the election and it appears that Clinton & co. are in full panic mode now. Internal polling reveals Trump leading by double digits. Hillary Clinton's chickens are finally coming home to roost. Yesterday Brett Baier reported that an indictment for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is forthcoming, unless serious obstruction takes place.

    A partial transcript of Brett Baier's report:

    Two separate sources with intimate knowledge of the FBI investigations into the Clinton emails and the Clinton Foundation told Fox that the investigation looking into the possible pay to play interaction between Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Foundation has been going on for more than a year. Agents have interviewed and re-interviewed multiple people about the foundation case, and even before the Wikileaks dumps, these agents said they had collected a great deal of evidence. The source said there is an avalanche of new information coming in every day.

    As a result of the limited immunity deals to top aides, including Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson the Justice department had tentatively agreed that the FBI would destroy those laptops after a narrow review. Fox news said they have been definitively told that has not happened. Those devices are currently being held in the FBI field office in Washington, D.C. and are being exploited.

    Mr. Baier noted there has been some angst over what Loretta Lynch has or has not done. She did not impanel or go to a grand jury at the beginning. If Hillary Clinton is elected she will have not one but two investigations of her past conduct hanging over her head.

    Independent contributor Kosar at Political Insider reports:
    Fox News just broke what is likely the biggest bombshell in presidential election coverage history. Two FBI sources close to the criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton have confirmed: an indictment is almost certain!

    Fox News anchor Bret Baier during last night’s broadcast of On the Record said the newly reopened case will mean an indictment will happen, unless serious obstruction takes place.

    As Baier explained:

    “I pressed, again and again, on this very issue. These sources said, yes, the investigations will continue, there’s a lot of evidence, and barring some obstruction in some way, they believe they’ll continue to, likely, an indictment.”

    Baier was unclear as to who the target might be, but his sources have “greater than 99% confidence” that Clinton’s illegally operated email server was hacked 5 times (or more!) by foreign intelligence agencies.
    Read more: Fox News Bombshell: There Will Be an Indictment in Hillary Clinton Investigation! (VIDEO)

    According to a news report by Business Insider the FBI had secret recordings of an individual who was involved in another corruption case. Prosecutors viewed the statements on the recordings as hearsay. The recording contained information about alleged deals the Clintons had made. The report from the Journal stated that the FBI felt they had enough to pursue an investigation into whether the Clinton Foundation donors received special favors from the State Department while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.

    Pamela Engel reports:
    Prosecutors viewed the statements from the recordings, which were from a suspect in another corruption investigation, as hearsay, but agents thought they had enough to pursue an investigation into whether Clinton Foundation donors got special treatment from the State Department while Hillary Clinton, now the Democratic presidential nominee, was secretary of state, according to The Journal.

    Some sources who spoke to The Journal blamed Andrew McCabe, deputy director of the FBI, or the Justice Department from preventing agents from pursuing their leads in the case.

    FBI and Justice Department officials met with public-integrity prosecutors in February to discuss the case, but the prosecutors weren't swayed by the FBI's presentation, according to The Journal. After the meeting, Justice Department officials reportedly sent a "stand down" order to all offices involved in the case.

    One of the sources on a recording discussed alleged deals the Clintons had made, but because the person was not from inside the Clinton Foundation, prosecutors thought the evidence wasn't solid enough to justify an aggressive investigation, according to The Journal.
    Report: FBI had secret recordings of suspect talking about alleged deals Clintons made

    It comes as no surprise that the Justice Department prevented FBI agents from pursuing the case. The DOJ is banking on a Hillary Clinton presidency. The FBI are continuing their investigation in spite of DOJ interference.

    Quoting Brett Beier:
    These sources said, yes, the investigations will continue, there’s a lot of evidence, and barring some obstruction in some way, they believe they’ll continue to, likely, an indictment.”

    I believe the FBI are serious about indicting Hillary Clinton. I also believe they have more than enough evidence to indict her right now. The Hillarygate email server scandal and the Clinton Foundation racketeering investigation is too big. The American people know that Hillary Clinton should have already been indicted. It's no secret that the close race MSM is reporting is virtually non-existent. Live polls have Clinton with 8% support while reporting Donald Trump with 70% . The African American voter turnout for Clinton is at a record breaking low. Social media has played a huge part in filling in the gaps as to why the American people do not want Hillary Clinton anywhere near the oval office.

    Barring an obstruction of justice, Clinton will be indicted. If she isn't indicted, the entire country will be in an uproar over it. Either way, Hillary's chickens are coming home to roost.

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  2. midcan5

    midcan5 liberal / progressive

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    Fox is not news, it is propaganda, anyone with just a modicum of intelligence knows that. As for Hillary's email, using the word 'scandal' as subject is clever but only fits into the minds of the believers. Allow me to repeat myself. Hillary's server was not illegal. Hillary email on that server would have had a distinct address, if this were a concern it should have been mentioned then by those so concerned now. That it wasn't shows it was similar to Colin Powell's email service, also non government. All this demonstrates is that it was accepted behavior. Bush Jr's administrators also used private email and deleted it. That is as it should be. This is just an issue because the right wing in America is brain dead and stupid, they believe anything money power tells them and corporate money controls them. Let's hope that after Hillary is elected the republicans do something, for if they continue doing nothing, another Trump will arise, and maybe this time have the intelligence to behave till elected - then they can bring back the 15th century.

    For the reader who is serious about understanding how we got here and why conservatism fails, see these books. The first two are required.

    'The Rhetoric of Reaction: Perversity, Futility, Jeopardy' Albert O. Hirschman
    'Invisible Hands: The Businessmen's Crusade Against the New Deal' Kim Phillips-Fein (quotes below)

    'The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark' Carl Sagan
    'Merchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming' Naomi Oreskes, Erik M. M. Conway
    'The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin' Corey Robin
    'White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America' by Nancy Isenberg

    No nation was ever founded by conservatives, no positive policy was ever created by conservatives, in order to do something, anything, they'd have to stop whining and pointing fingers, but then what would they to be.

    "The rise of conservative politics in postwar America is one of the great puzzles of American political history. For much of the period that followed the end of World War II, conservative ideas about the primacy of the free market, and the dangers of too-powerful labor unions, government regulation, and an activist, interventionist state seemed to have been thoroughly rejected by most intellectual and political elites. Scholars and politicians alike dismissed those who adhered to such faiths as a "radical right," for whom to quote the Columbia University historian Richard Hofstadter politics "becomes an arena into which the wildest fancies are projected, the most paranoid suspicions, the most absurd superstitions, the most bizarre apocalyptic fantasies." How, then, did such ideas move from their marginal position in the middle years of the twentieth century to become the reigning politics of the country by the century's end?" Kim Phillips-Fein ('Invisible Hands')

    "Historians and social critics often explain the successes of conservative politics by pointing to the backlash against the victories of the social movements of the 1960s, the cultural reaction against the radicals who fought for civil rights, feminism, and gay and lesbian rights and who protested against the Vietnam War. The 1970s defection of white working class people alienated and frightened by the liberal program shifted the politics of the country far to the right. The argument is that in the days before the onset of the culture wars, a "liberal consensus" dominated American politics, especially around economics." Kim Phillips-Fein ('Invisible Hands')

    Another good read.

    "Something is profoundly wrong with the way we live today. For thirty years we have made a virtue out of the pursuit of material self-interest: indeed, this very pursuit now constitutes whatever remains of our sense of collective purpose. We know what things cost but have no idea what they are worth. We no longer ask of a judicial ruling or a legislative act: is it good? Is it fair? Is it just? Is it right? Will it help bring about a better society or a better world? Those used to be the political questions, even if they invited no easy answers. We must learn once again to pose them." Tony Judt 'Ill Fares the Land'
  3. oldsoul

    oldsoul Gold Member

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    Typical, when you have no defense, blast your opponent as illegitimate/corrupt/racist/sexist/homophobe or anything else that will change the subject. Even calling them a liar or saying their claims are baseless would be fine, as long as you are able to change the narrative and shift the focus away from that which you cannot defend.

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