I’m sick and tired of people telling me Hillary Clinton should go to jail. Just stop, because it is not true, nor did I ever think it would be true. You have every right to vote for whomever you want, but don’t make your decision based on this garbage.
James Comey flapped his gums when giving the FBI verdict “nothing was found to prosecute Hillary Clinton.” Some have praised his candid remarks, but he reprimanded a public figure against whom there is no basis for prosecution, violating the FBI rules, the rule of law, and fundamental fairness.
When Comey speculated Clinton “could have been hacked, although there is no proof of hacking,” he steps far from his role of investigator in the FBI. It is not his role to judge, especially if there are no facts to prosecute. He also made claims about classified practices at the State Department that do not fall under his jurisdiction. His comment, “No reasonable prosecutor would have charged Clinton” should have been the closing of his case and his mouth.
After nine probes and hearings and spending $7 million of our tax money probing Benghazi and e-mails, can’t we move on? Folks, there is no smoking gun. Clinton is not going to jail. There are no findings. Anything else looks like a political vendetta.
Could Benghazi have been handled differently — maybe. Should she have had a private e-mail server — probably not. But despite what the media says, the FBI says and political pundits say, it’s over.
Let’s move on and stop talking about guilt when “No reasonable prosecutor would have charged Clinton.” Amen.