Saturday, July 02, 2016

"Do you really think Hillary's gonna be indicted?


 




Essentially what this is -- and the Lynch-Clinton meeting is the latest ingredient -- we're being set up for massive disappointment, depression, and dispiritedness.  They're making it look like, and they have all along, very possible Hillary Clinton could be indicted.  They are toying with us.  They're dangling this carrot in front us.  "This could be the time. This could be it when we finally get the Clintons once and for all."

They drag it out, and they do things like this meeting that apparently compromises the whole thing and jeopardizes the whole thing, release information on all the emails they're finding and Hillary's IT takes the Fifth 125 times.  Ask yourself, how many times do people ask you, "Do you really think Hillary's gonna be indicted?" And they say it with anticipation and excitement. How many times do people ask you that?  They ask me that all the time.

My answer, by the way, from the get-go has always been, "She's not gonna be indicted.  There's no way it's gonna happen.  You don't understand the Democrat Party and their use of power if you think their presidential nominee is gonna be indicted by an Obama DOJ.  Ain't gonna happen."

But they got a lot of people thinking it will, and when she skates, they want you depressed, they want you down in the dumps, they want you giving up, they want you thinking there's no way you can win.  They want you thinking they can get away with everything.  That's the Clinton MO, and we are right smack-dab in the middle of another such play.  Don't doubt me. [Rush The Talker]

Yup.






5 comments:

Stu Tarlowe said...

This piece in today's American Thinker gives another angle on why Hillary won't be indicted, and further illustrates just how cynical and corrupt our "leadership" has become:
http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/07/judge_jeanine_pirro_on_why_hillary_wont_be_indicted.html

Brian E. said...

Our culture and society is based upon 'rule of law', and the basic assumption is that ALL are subject to the law. It's part of that 'Social Contract' thing. The unfortunate fact is that *some* have been able to use their influence to bend this (US Congress and certain Presidential candidates come to mind). The scales of Justice will eventually swing back (and they *will* - it may just take another period of 'unpleasantness', while the tree of liberty gets some overdue watering) there will be some serious hell for them to pay for their involvement in breaking the social contract.

James Hooker - Nipple Whisperer said...

Seeing her and/or him getting nailed, would kinda sorta be like, actually catching Santa on HD video (with proper lighting) while he brings, to your tree, a Bugatti Veyron. And, just as likely.

Anonymous said...

I am wondering just how much cash (no checks, they can be traced)Ol' BJ Bill left on that plane after meeting (innocently(?) with Lynch. The whole country knows that the Clintons are pathologically corrupt and just plain outright liars. And, of course, Lynch is proving herself to be as corrupt as are the Clintons, all three of them.
Scottiebill

toadold said...

I was over at the Drudge Report and they were showing the New York Post front page with Lynch and Bill, "Snakes on a Plane."

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