‘What Winds Will Then Blow’? Why Clinton Pass on Email Probe Is Bigger Than Clinton

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Most of my readers have probably already tossed their cookies over FBI Director James Comey’s recommendation that no charges be filed against Hillary Clinton or her aides over her use of private e-mail while secretary of state.

To anyone with two functional brain cells – we all know who that leaves out – Tuesday’s announcement represents a galactic display of hubris and a gross miscarriage of justice.

In the wake of Comey’s announcement, in fact, we must wonder: Other than being a Baltimore police officer who arrests a known felon who winds up getting hurt, what rates an indictment these days?

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2 thoughts on “‘What Winds Will Then Blow’? Why Clinton Pass on Email Probe Is Bigger Than Clinton

  1. # 1 Answer. What’s the going rate for an Attorney General these days? African American, female promised future prestigious employment in Clinton’s rein. This is what makes politics so much fun.

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