On Saturday, when I heard that the FBI had questioned Hillary Clinton for only three and a half hours, I began to suspect that the fix was in. By Sunday, when some news agencies were already reporting that there would be no charges, I felt pretty sure the fix was in – they were getting their information from somewhere. And today, when the Director of the FBI had an announcement just three days after Clinton’s FBI interview, I knew the fix was in. Having watched Judge Andrew Napolitano lay out the clear case against Hillary many times now, there’s no question in my mind that this was a political decision made by the powers that be. James Comey should hang his head in shame.
Despite all that, Hillary should not rest easy. The Left may be very good at manipulating the public, but there isn’t time before this election to erase what the public already knows. Had she been indicted her minions would have portrayed her as a victim and rallied the troops to her defense. Simple-minded people might have felt sorry for her. But now everyone knows that Teflon Hillary got away with her crimes, and even some Democrats (Bernie supporters mostly) are going to have a problem with that. As long as the Left are running things Hillary Clinton is above the law, and that’s where she feels entitled to be. Donald Trump will rightfully have a field day – nay many field days – with that. It plays perfectly into the Crooked Hillary theme, even better than an indictment and acquittal would, I dare say. And now we have the FBI Director’s official proclamation that she was “careless” in the way she conducted herself as Secretary of State. That’s a fine endorsement, eh?
Whenever our elected and appointed officials fail to do their duties to hold the corrupt accountable, it is up to the people to do so. O.J. Simpson may have gotten away with murder, but he rightfully became a public pariah nonetheless. Will people today have the conscience to hold Hillary accountable? We’re about to find out.