Sometimes in politics, things happen that have an obvious impact on a candidate’s future. Sometimes, there is a moment when that future becomes very clear, positive or negative.
We’ve come to that point with Hillary Clinton. She will not become the next president of the United States. Stick a fork in her; she’s done.
The email scandal unfolding will become the death blow to the Clinton nascent campaign. All of the Clintons’ lies, deceptions, illegal activities, and obstructions of justice are now crashing down all around her. If the report that Bill Clinton frequented the personal jet of a billionaire who had underage sex parties (that’s called committing pedophilia) wasn’t enough, the email scandal is going to push the Clinton’s over the cliff.
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Breitbart reported recently:
Stage 2 of the Hillary email scandal has been achieved, as yesterday’s “confused old lady who didn’t understand how email works” defense utterly collapsed with the Associated Press’ discovery that Clinton’s mail server was located in her house (her estate in Chappaqua, to be exact — the one she had to settle for because she was “dead broke” after Bill left office) and was registered under the name of a man who does not appear to exist.
To their credit, liberal media figures quickly realized this wasn’t a story that could be waved away with a laugh, some standard Obama Administration pabulum about how much this furtive crew values transparency, and a few whiny stories about how Republicans were known to use private email, too.
Breitbart is right. This story is not going away. What Hillary Clinton did is against the law.
It is obvious she was trying to hide information from the Department of State, Justice, and Congressional investigators.
What is also striking is that the New York Times has been extremely tough on Clinton. There have been two front-page, negative, devastating articles printed in the few days. I believe this is because the Leftist media realizes that she can’t get away with this one.
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Without Hillary in the race, Republicans will have an even more realistic chance of electing a conservative to the White House. Let’s hope they don’t screw it up.
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