Saturday, July 02, 2016

EX-DOJ OFFICIAL: Don't Get Your Hopes Up For a Hillary Indictment, Peons

Appearing on The Rush Limbaugh Show yesterday, former Department of Justice official J. Christian Adams did his best to quash hopes for a well-deserved indictment as it pertains to Hillary Clinton's email scandal.

Aside from all sorts of impropriety on the part of the administration -- from Barack Obama pooh-poohing Clinton's mishandling of classified emails to Loretta Lynch meeting with the target of an FBI investigation -- Adams outlines the reality for those working inside the bureaucracy.

...those career prosecutors are still going to be at the Justice Department seeking promotions in the future, living under the Regime. And so that's exactly right. They don't need to have a discussion about whether or not his wife is going to be indicted. They aren't that stupid. They know how the bureaucracy works. I was in the bureaucracy. I know how it works. And career DOJ lawyers don't want to fight their superiors. They don't want to put up a battle to indict Hillary when it looks like the fix is in. And so the ministerial state can read the tea leaves, the bureaucrats can read the tea leaves and know that they'll have a fight on their hands if they try to indict. It's even bigger than the fight they thought they had in the first place.

...The worst thing you want is Lynch to recuse herself. Republicans who are calling for that are making a big mistake because then autopilot kicks in. All of the left-wing tendencies of the bureaucracy become unattached from the political winds. And so you want Lynch now, who's under the gun, to be the one to be making this decision because the bureaucrats under her aren't gonna indict Hillary. They might be working for Hillary shortly. Lynch will be gone, but they'll still be working for a potential Hillary administration...

...[Bill Clinton] might be a witness. This was a situation where there was a home brew server with classified information in his basement. I mean, he may have talked to the tech people. There's all sorts of evidence that this man might have in this criminal investigation. So for him to pal around with the attorney general in charge of the investigation helps kill the investigation. And so it benefits Hillary to have the story out there and to have all the line attorneys, all of the career prosecutors, all of the FBI agents know that their target is palling around with their boss.

...[It's] the carnival-style atmosphere of the Clintons. They're always up to some sort of shenanigan, and now they're meeting with the Obama-style lawlessness of administering justice, and it's just a toxic mixture between the two of them. And he indeed is the beneficiary for sure of this Clinton Foundation. He lives large off of the Clinton Foundation. His family lives large. They travel large. Lord knows the places he goes with the money from the Clinton Foundation. So there's a broad ranging investigation. Loretta Lynch shouldn't get one a hundred feet of him, much less pal with him on the plane.

Limbaugh also raised an interesting point: two sources leaked word of the clandestine meeting between Lynch and Clinton to the morning anchor of ABC's affiliate in Phoenix. Who benefits from that leak?

I wish I knew the answer to that question. Trying to keep track of all the skulduggery, the scandals, and the wanton criminality swirling around this administration makes my head hurt.

Hat tip: BadBlue Real-Time News.

1 comment:

clayusmcret said...

There will be no indictment of Hillary Clinton. Some poor schmuck may get indicted as a scapegoat. However, with or without Bill personally stopping by to remind Lynch that she owes him, this democrat administration is going to do nothing but escort Hillary into the White House in Nov. Laws and rules for thee, but not for me.