Evidence of Hillary Clinton’s trampling of the laws and of her oath as Secretary of State is becoming a mile high, and on at least two fronts — the failure to safeguard top secret information, and corruption of the State Department via the Clinton Foundation — it increasingly appears as though there is enough of it to secure an indictment of Hillary Clinton.
The FBI, an executive branch agency, is pursuing the multiple investigations, and many believe that its efforts will culminate in a recommendation to indict Hillary Clinton. However, the Justice Department is run by Barack Obama, and so he would have to bless the proceedings, making the will he / won’t he a very juicy question.
But let’s be clear: by the measure of how the Justice Department has prosecuted other government employees on matters relating to state secrets, she should be indicted.
The Obama Department of Justice prosecuted a young sailor for espionage for sending a selfie to his girlfriend, because in the background of the photo was a view of a sonar screen on a submarine. It prosecuted a heroic Marine for espionage for warning his superiors of the presence of an Al Qaeda operative in police garb inside an American encampment in Afghanistan, because he used a Gmail account to send the warning. <link>
When you read these examples, you have to conclude that Hillary will be indicted, or at least should be if there is any justice left in the nation under Barack Hussein Obama.
But we know that mr. Obama seeks to secure his legacy of central control of every citizen’s health care, a larger and more politicized IRS, the destruction of American military power, the diminution of American influence around the world, the rise of radical Islam, and the trampling of the American Constitution. This will make him reluctant to allow Hillary to be indicted by his Justice Department.
On the other hand, Vice President Joe Biden is a shoe-in for the nomination at this point, and would have far better chances in a general election of beating the Republican challenger, whoever that might be.
A particularly juicy scenario involves Obama indicting Hillary and ushering in Joe Biden, his loyal lieutenant of seven years. Obama is politically very savvy, and will want the strongest candidate he can get in November — Hillary, whether you love her or hate her, is a terribly flawed candidate.
The Republican party is in serious disarray (to put it politely), but the prospect of Hillary getting indicted, Bernie Sanders surging, and then Joe Biden stealing the nomination from him and his supporters at the last minute, is definitely a worthy spectacle all on its own.