Selling military missile technology to Red China in exchange for campaign donations. Trading rights to nuclear weapons material to Russia for massive contributions to their personal and "Foundation" bank accounts.
Turning $1,000 into over $100,000 in less than a year "trading cattle futures".
Mr. Clinton having allegedly abused, raped or fondled more than a dozen women while his wife dealt with all of the various "bimbo eruptions" through intimidation and other means.
But when clear evidence of a felony emerges -- with written evidence provided by Hillary Clinton herself -- while an FBI investigation is ongoing, the piper must be paid.
After all, Hillary and her staff were already being investigated for their reckless (and obviously unlawful) use of a personal email server to conduct government business.
Ed Morrissey reports:
Has the State Department released a smoking gun in the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal? In a thread from June 2011, Hillary exchanges e-mails with Jake Sullivan, then her deputy chief of staff and now her campaign foreign-policy adviser, in which she impatiently waits for a set of talking points. When Sullivan tells her that the source is having trouble with the secure fax, Hillary then orders Sullivan to have the data stripped of its markings and sent through a non-secure channel.
That should be game, set, and match, yes?
“If they can’t, turn into nonpaper w no identifying heading and send nonsecure.” That’s an order to violate the laws handling classified material. There is no other way to read that demand. Regardless of whether or not Sullivan complied, this demolishes Hillary’s claim to be ignorant of marking issues, as well as strongly suggests that the other thousand-plus instances where this did occur likely came under her direction.
Reports indicate that the indictments will start with "small fish" like Bryan Pagliano, the "administrator" of Hillary's bathroom email server, but continue to include senior staffers like Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, and Philippe Reines.
And those tips dropped before the latest disclosures that make certain Hillary Clinton violated the most sacrosanct of national security disclosure laws (18 USC 793), the punishment for which is that she:
Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.
There is no way that the FBI can ignore this and the copious amounts of additional evidence of felonious activity on the part of Ms. Clinton. No way.
The FBI, a very respected law enforcement arm of the government despite Mr. Obama's politicized Justice Department, would become a laughingstock. And should Attorney General Lynch decline to prosecute Hillary upon the FBI's recommendation, she would likely touch off a constitutional crisis.
Either way, Hillary is toast.
Feel the Bern?
Hat tip: BadBlue News.