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Hillary -- Transcendentally Corrupt -- New Investigation!!!

Trump may be a bullheaded semi-thug, but I'll vote for him before I join the "die with Hillary" movement.
FBI Reopens Hillary Clinton Email Investigation.

CNN Politics

FBI probes newly discovered emails tied to Clinton case -- Fri October 28, 2016

FBI reviewing new emails tied with Clinton probe

"In connection with an unrelated case, the FBI has learned of the existence of emails that appear pertinent to the investigation," Comey wrote the chairmen. "I am writing to inform you that the investigative team briefed me on this yesterday, and I agreed that the FBI should take appropriate investigative steps designed to allow investigators to review these emails to determine whether they contain classified information, as well as to assess their importance to our investigation."

Comey said he was not sure how long the additional review would take and said the FBI "cannot yet assess whether or not this material may be significant."

 link to www.cnn.com

Comey is Trump Stooge 28.Oct.2016 15:21


He's trying to "Oswald" Clinton. The NWO fix is in for Trump.

rAT : " Comey is Trump Stooge " um, no. 28.Oct.2016 18:30


Like many others (for example Hillary and Bill Clinton) in the top D.C. political elite, James Comey is a lawyer.

prior to his FBI directorship, among many other positions/roles he was U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York from January 2002 to December 2003, when he became the U.S. Deputy Attorney General.

But, he's also a highly placed and paid corporate lawyer.

James Comey accepted positions and financial compensation for working as a general counsel for Lockheed Martin.

In one year 2010, the first year Lockheed would become a major Clinton Foundation donor Comey was paid $6 million. That same year, Lockheed Martin won 17 private contracts from the State Department.

Guess who ran the State Department in 2010? Secretary Clinton.

Comey's brother, Peter, is employed as Senior Director of Real Estate Operations for the Americas at the global corporate law firm DLA Piper.

DLA Piper ranks number five on the Hillary Clinton's all-time 'top contributors' list; DLA Piper comes in right above Goldman Sachs.

Ironically or coincidentally James Comey also happens to own a mortgage on his brother's house as a Private Party lender.

so if anything, Comey is a Clinton stooge.

Hillary believes in.... 29.Oct.2016 19:14



Trump has been consistent since the 1970s about jobs, incompetent political hacks, and illegal immigration.

The only reason to vote for Hillary at this point is either you want free shit, or you want Madonna to make good on her promise.

rAT 29.Oct.2016 19:15


Rat, how do you know this?

Have you being watching the corporate media again???


I Was Raped By Hillary Clinton's Tranny Father 29.Oct.2016 20:37


Les Visible's, Profiles in Evill, Kenneth Feinberg: Heretic Productions

A President Clinton would be out of control 30.Oct.2016 12:22

glenn reynolds

He's no paragon of virtue, but it won't be that way with a President Trump.

(Photo: Andrew Harnik, AP)

"Someone somewhere should have told her no." Those are the words of a Clinton ally quoted in a roundup of Democratic reactions to Hillary Clinton's FBI news by congressional newspaper The Hill. And, despite the fact that they come from a Clinton supporter, albeit an angry and disappointed one, they may illustrate the best reason for choosing Donald Trump instead of Clinton.

Here's the full quote:

"I'm livid, actually. . . .This has turned into malpractice. It's an unforced error at this point. I have no idea what Comey is up to but the idea this email issue is popping back up again is outrageous. It never should have occurred in the first place. Someone somewhere should have told her no. And they didn't and now we're all paying the price."

Someone, somewhere, should have told her no. Well, yes. But who? That was the problem with Secretary of State Clinton, and it will be a bigger problem with a President Clinton. Because, by all appearances, nobody tells Clinton no, and Clinton has no compunction about breaking the rules when it suits her purposes.

Thus the Clinton Foundation became a global money-laundering and influence-peddling organization without precedent in American history. Donors to the foundation were encouraged to steer money to what one employee called "Bill Clinton, Inc.," and later to Clinton. State Department personnel did favors for people who donated money to the Foundation. And to make sure that nobody found out what was going on, Clinton ran her own homebrew server operation designed to ensure that Freedom of Information Act requests turned up nothing and even President Obama, rather than saying no, went along, sending her emails at her non-government address under a fake name.

Someone somewhere should have told her no. But if the president wasn't going to tell her no, who would? Staff at the State Department? They might have been willing to tell some other secretary of state no, but Clinton? Too risky, it seems. They certainly went along without visible objection, and without even leaks.

The press? When The New York Times reported Clinton's secret, illegal server, Politico's Glenn Thrush far from condemning it called it "badass."

Congress? Clinton has stonewalled and run rings around numerous committees investigating her. Besides, Congress had already told her no, in the form of statutes governing the treatment of government communications and classified information. She just ignored those rules and did what she wanted. Hotel magnate Leona Helmsley famously said that "only little people pay taxes." Clinton seems to feel the same way about obeying laws.

It won't be that way with a President Trump. This isn't because Trump is any less arrogant than Clinton (though it would be hard to be more arrogant). It's because more people will be willing to tell Trump no. The civil service, which leans overwhelmingly Democratic, won't be bending over backwards to do his will. The press can't stand him. And the Congress, even if controlled by the GOP, won't support him if he misbehaves because so many Republicans dislike him, too.

The truth is, neither one of our leading candidates for president is a paragon of virtue. But only one of them has already made a habit of flouting the law while in office, selling favors and escaping the consequences, and only one of them is likely to be able to pull it off from the White House.

And that's the problem. If Secretary of State Clinton, serving under a president and with an eye on winning a second term in the White House, wasn't constrained by the rules, who will constrain her if she's president?

The answer, most likely, is nobody. And, once again, we'll all be paying the price.