Saturday, February 27, 2016
At Least 1,818 Classified E-Mails On Clinton Server At Last Count
The ease with which the Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton lies to the American public is quite remarkable. Nowhere is her pathological tendencies more apparent than her repeated insistence that her private e-mail server, which she used as her official e-mail account while serving in the highly-sensitive position as Secretary of State, contained no classified e-mails. She looked the family members of the Americans killed in Benghazi in the eyes and lied to them about what happened to their loved ones. When called on the carpet for those lies, she never flinches in defending her actions, which by all appearances were calculated to make sure the indefensible covert operations of the Americans based there remained just that no matter how many lies she has to tell.
Clinton has stood by the "no classified material" on her e-mail server lie even as the total count of classified e-mails found on her server have reached 1,818 in number to date of the 30,000 e-mails under review by the State Department. At least 22 of those classified e-mails have been categorized as "top secret." Under court order obtained through a public records lawsuit, the State Department has been releasing e-mail not considered classified in drips and drabs for months now. The mainstream media acts as if this is no big deal, and certainly no impediment to her becoming president of the United States.
As a practicing attorney, I have absolutely no respect for the Justice Department run by Barack Obama's administration. Never before in the history of our country have people so filthy and corrupt been put in charge of the Justice Department. Yes, Eric Holder was/is much more corrupt than John Mitchell was during the Nixon administration. This is the guy who was in charge of selling pardons at the end of Bill Clinton's presidency. He became a very wealthy attorney at a big Washington law firm for all of the dirty dealing he did in the Clinton Justice Department, which would have landed any ordinary attorney in prison and led to his disbarment from the practice of law for the rest of their life. Republican senators committed an unforgivable act when they went along with the confirmation of Holder, who populated the department with people who are unfit to practice law.
I have no reason at this point to believe Loretta Lynch is any more honest than Holder. She quite obviously is blocking an indictment of Hillary Clinton for political reasons over the objections of the FBI's top investigators on the case. This administration has aggressively prosecuted others for mishandling classified information, but the laws that apply to everyone else never seem to apply to the Clinton criminal syndicate. which is what it is. Not only should Hillary be indicted, but Bill Clinton and other persons involved in the racketeering activities of the Clinton Foundation facilitated by Hillary and her top aides while she was at the Department also should be indicted. That's to say nothing of Bill escaping punishment for being a serial rapist, having sex with underage girls at billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's private island resort in the Caribbean and just overall being a sadist towards any females with whom engages in sexual relationships while living a lie that he and Hillary are a happily married couple. Democratic leaders are only bothered by the sexual abuse of women and children when it's being committed by one of their political opponents. In a perverted way, they've always admired Bill's ability to engage in criminal sex acts with impunity.
I understand that a lot of establishment Republicans are upset about the prospects of a Donald Trump becoming the party's nominee, but I'm more bothered by their lack of outrage that Democrats are going to nominate someone so thoroughly corrupt and dishonest as Clinton as their nominee. The clear indication I'm getting from Republican establishment figures is that they will gladly support Clinton over Trump, and I can't accept that. If we aren't approaching the end times of this nation, I don't know how worse of a country we could possibly become before God unleashes his fury on us. It used to be said that the greatness of America is the goodness of America. I'm not seeing a whole lot of goodness left among the people we've entrusted to run our nation. I am, however, seeing a whole lot of evil and it's more than I can tolerate.