TRENDING: Obama expected to protect Clinton from prosecution, Comey may resign
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FBI insiders are spreading the word, Hillary Clinton deliberately broke the law and charges are warranted. However, there is little confidence the Obama administration will actually indict her.
Two peas in a criminal pod.
LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - Hillary Clinton broke the law, knowingly sending and receiving classified information on a private server, according to FBI insiders. However, this isn't the right question. Instead, the right question is, why are FBI insiders spreading rumors?
The answer is because they do not think the political establishment will play its role in any case, leaving Hillary Clinton to get away with thumbing her nose at the law.
With the exception of Clinton hacks, it is universally concluded that Clinton broke the law by setting up a private email server. This fact alone is enough to prosecute her, because doing so is against explicit rules she signed when she became Secretary of State. However, her felonies did not end there. She proceeded to send and receive classified information on the server. Even if the information was not always marked as classified, simple common sense would tell a good secretary that many emails should be kept secure. Finally, she ordered the mass deletion of her emails in anticipation of investigation.
The FBI offered immunity to one of her staffers who helped set up her email server. Such moves are rare unless the FBI believes there is critical information to be obtained.
Everything revealed in the investigation so far points to pending prosecution. Indeed, FBI director, James Comey is a man of tremendous integrity. He famously prosecuted Martha Stewart and internet banker Frank Quattrone. If Clinton's guilty in his estimation, he will recommend charges.
And he should recommend them. Or is he afraid of the Clinton Crime Family? And what is the value of integrity if it's sacrificed on the profane altar of politics?
The best he can do is recommend charges, but he cannot indict her. For that to happen, the Obama administration needs to agree to prosecute her, and with Clinton being the best hope for an extension of Obama's politics and policies, it's highly unlikely that will happen.
Once stonewalled, Comey's tenure will likely be short and will not continue past Clinton's inauguration.
The corruption will be so obvious, insiders have said Comey is likely to resign in protest.
Ultimately, the final decision will be up to the American people. Knowing Clinton flouted the law, will they still vote for her?
The case is coming to an end, insiders say and they expect an announcement no later than May. But no matter how scathing, and no matter how strong the case against Clinton is, don't expect her to face charges for it. Instead, it will be up to the people to try her case in the court of public opinion.
Your ballot will be your verdict.
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