On July 6, 2016, we saw blatant criminality disguised as “due process” by the director of the FBI.
He exposed, one by one, the numerous lies and violations of law by Hillary Clinton in the use private email servers; confirmed her transmission/receipt of unsecured, classified labeled information on those servers; revealed her destruction of possible untold email evidence against her; and admitted the four-year trail of espionage opportunity she gave to sophisticated, cyber-space adversaries.
After about 13 minutes into this litany of violations, that in fact overwhelmingly established a referral for an indictment, he gave a two-minute summary for an exoneration. Mrs. Clinton and her staff had no untoward intentions!
A review of the applicable law gives no such escape from culpability. Gross negligence, carelessness, or any other twist of words is a violation of the code — period!
We’ve seen from this administration, and through most departments of government, Congress and the Supreme Court, an aura of miscreant behavior and looseness in applying or not applying the law. We are headed for much of the same in a Clinton presidency.
Palmetto and Mechanicsburg, Pa.