Monday, October 31, 2016

Do some actually believe we should have two standards of justice in America – one for ordinary citizens and another for one who has spent her life feeding at the public trough while reveling in portrayals of herself as “the smartest woman in the world” and the “most qualified person ever to run for president”? Let’s escape this national nightmare and elect Donald Trump the next president of the United States.

No, Hillary, this is what's 'unprecedented' and 'disturbing'

Hillary Clinton’s reaction to the FBI’s reopening of a criminal investigation against her after inexplicably closing one earlier this year was interesting to say the least.
The words she chose to use were these: “It is pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. In fact, it’s not just strange; it is unprecedented, and it is deeply troubling.”
Now, think about that.
According to Hillary, it’s “strange” and “unprecedented” and “deeply troubling” that the FBI would find new evidence of her participation in espionage crimes and reopen an investigation while she’s running for president.
Let me tell you what’s really strange, unprecedented and deeply troubling: that we have a presidential candidate who got herself into this mess and considers herself entitled to escape investigation and prosecution for crimes that would land other Americans in prison.
Do you realize that only twice in American history have we witnessed an active presidential candidate under investigation by the FBI for felony espionage charges? And both of those candidates are Hillary Clinton – once earlier this year and second now that she is back under scrutiny with new evidence against her having been found.

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