Wednesday, June 01, 2016

New Libertarian party VP candidate drops a truth bomb about a possible Hillary Clinton indictment.

Courtesy of Law Newz: 

“I will give you one news tip,” he said. “All this stuff about Secretary Clinton’s use of email accounts and the report that came out, how she might get indicted, I’m not buying it. I used to be head of the criminal division of the Justice Department of the United States.” 

Todd pressed Weld on why he wasn’t buying the rumors. 

“I’m not buying it, you can’t indict somebody if there is no evidence of intent, and I don’t see it, I don’t see any evidence of criminal intent,” Weld said.

Yeah, no shit.

One of my favorite responses by the trolls lately is 'Well just wait until your queen is indicted, we'll see who laughs then."

Well they cannot see it at the time, but I am usually already laughing myself while I read that.

No, that is not what is going to happen no matter how hard the Right Wing conspiracy theorists and Bernie Bros may pray that it will.

Here was a simple step by step explanation that I actually found in the comment section for this article: 

1. Even now, there is NO LAW that says an SoS can't have and use a private cell phone for private purposes. 

2. Until 2013, there was NO LAW that said an SoS could not have and use a private cell phone thru private server she owned or controlled. 

3. DoS POLICY "required" an Sos in 2009 and after to advise Dos of her wish to use a private phone for personal purposes. But there was no criminal enforcement of that, All possible sanctions THEN were internal, and only applied so long as the person remained in the dept.

Yes I know there is an FBI investigation, but if you really think that is going to lead to criminal charges, then you are a victim of the Right Wing media whether you realize it or not.

Even IF Hillary's e-mail server was hacked it would still not be a big deal because so was the State Department's, which takes the air right out of any argument that her e-mails would have been safer if kept in house.

And if she was never hacked the fact that she had a private server (Which by the way she has had since she was a Senator from New York) kind of makes her look like a genius.

So no, Hillary Clinton is NOT going to be indicted over Benghazi. She is NOT going to be indicted for killing Vince Foster. And she is NOT going to be indicted for using a private e-mail server.


  1. Anonymous11:42 AM

    Damn, but I'd love to see Hillary Clinton walk up to the podium (for her next speech) and give the finger - saying it was for the idiot Republicans!!!

    Know she can't and won't - but, it's sure fun thinking about it!

    Can hardly wait to vote for her in November! She is dynamite!

    1. Anonymous12:05 PM

      I just voted (by mail) for her in California primary. It was a pleasure. I voted for her in the 2008 primary too. I am as excited as you are about voting for her for POTUS!

    2. Anonymous12:43 PM

      @Anonymous 12:05 PM

      ''I just voted (by mail) for her in California primary. It was a pleasure. I voted for her in the 2008 primary too. I am as excited as you are about voting for her for POTUS!''
      I voted for Barack Obama in the California primary, in 2008 and 2012.
      I will vote for Hillary in the California primary in 6 days.

    3. Anonymous3:38 PM


      Do you realize you just went full retard?

      Never go full retard.

    4. Anonymous4:13 PM

      3:38 exhibits the high humor standards of Right Wing Fever!

    5. Anonymous4:13 PM

      @anon 3:38pm
      The only ones "full retard" are Bernie's supporters still sending the loser $$$$$$$.

  2. Anonymous11:49 AM

    "Most transparent candidate in history"
    Hillary Clinton

    When is she gonna have a press conference?
    I thought she was "battle tested"?

    Clinton: ‘I have done 300 interviews just in 2016’
    Name 'em,liar.

    1. Anonymous12:01 PM

      Why should she hold a press conference? About what? The only reason Trump held one yesterday was to bitch and whine. Not Hillary's thing.

    2. Anonymous12:18 PM

      "Not Hillary's thing."
      Yeah right...
      Tough questions and all that happy shit!
      What's your comment on her statement:
      ‘I have done 300 interviews just in 2016’

    3. Anonymous12:30 PM

      Trump is doing cartwheels on camera just to distract from the fraud charges against Trump University.

    4. Crystal Sage1:03 PM

      Exactly, Anonymous 12:30 PM. He is showing his anxiety about the Trump U by lashing out against reporters who asked him questions about his veterans donation near-scam. I would love to see the press be relentless in its questioning of Trump and keep at it until he crumbles. Keith Olbermann is right: the press is not doing its job and it has allowed Trump to get away with numerous lies.

    5. No one has press conferences. Trump is not the standard bearer of anything.

    6. Anonymous2:27 PM

      I can hardly wait to see the press really go after Trump and watch all the information that Hillary Clinton will provide regarding his past! You know she and Bill have so much on him it isn't funny!

      Trump won't know what hit him! Hopefully the factual information will make him go back to his mansion in Florida and do away with himself! That would be the best present he could give all of us in America!

  3. Anonymous12:11 PM

    "Over the months, Hillary Clinton misstated key facts about her use of private email and her own server for her work as secretary of state, the department’s inspector general reported this week.
    According to the findings, she claimed approval she didn’t have and declined to be interviewed for the report despite saying: “I’m more than ready to talk to anybody anytime.” Scrutiny of her unusual email practices appeared to be unwelcome, despite her contention those practices were well known and “fully above board.”
    A look at some of Clinton’s past claims about her unusual email set-up and how they compare with the inspector general’s findings:
    Clinton: “The system we used was set up for President Clinton’s office. And it had numerous safeguards. It was on property guarded by the Secret Service. And there were no security breaches.” — March 2015 press conference.
    The Report: Evidence emerged of hacking attempts, though it’s unclear whether they were successful.
    On Jan. 9, 2011,an adviser to former President Bill Clinton notified the State Department’s deputy chief of staff for operations that he had to shut down the server because he suspected “someone was trying to hack us and while they did not get in i did.,nt (sic) want to let them have the chance to.”
    Later that day, he sent another note. “We were attacked again so I shut (the server) down for a few min.”
    The following day the deputy chief emailed top Clinton aides and instructed them not to email the secretary “anything sensitive.”
    Also in May 2011, Clinton told aides that someone was “hacking into her email,” after she received a message with a suspicious link, the new audit report said.
    The Associated Press has previously reported that, according to detailed records compiled in 2012, Clinton’s server was connected to the internet in ways that made it more vulnerable to hackers. It appeared to allow users to connect openly over the internet to control it remotely.Moreover, it’s unclear what protection her email system might have achieved from having the Secret Service guard the property. Digital security breaches tend to come from computer networks, not over a fence."
    Clinton: “What I did was allowed. It was allowed by the State Department. The State Department has confirmed that.” — AP interview, September.
    The Report: “No evidence” that Clinton asked for or received approval to conduct official government business on a personal email account run through a private server in her New York home. According to top State Department officials interviewed for the investigation, the departments that oversee security “did not — and would not — approve” her use of a personal account because of security concerns.
    Clinton has changed her account since the report came out. On Thursday, she told CNN “I thought it was allowed. I knew past secretaries of state used personal email.”
    Colin Powell was the only secretary of state who used personal email for work, but not to the extent she did, and he did not use a private server."

    1. Anonymous12:28 PM

      The OIG May State Cybersceirity Report CONCLUSION, from page 42 (just like Sen. Feinstein said):

      "Longstanding, systemic weaknesses related to electronic records and communications have existed within the Office of the Secretary that go well beyond the tenure of any one Secretary of State. OIG recognizes that technology and Department policy have evolved considerably since Secretary Albright’s tenure began in 1997. Nevertheless, the Department generally and the Office of the Secretary in particular have been slow to recognize and to manage effectively the legal requirements and cybersecurity risks associated with electronic data communications, particularly as those risks pertain to its most senior leadership. OIG expects that its recommendations will move the Department steps closer to meaningfully addressing these risks."

    2. Anonymous12:35 PM

      This @12:11 is called an obsession. It's also an obvious waste of time. They appear to be mentally not well like one of the other regular trolls.

    3. Anonymous12:54 PM

      “I read all 42 pages of the report."
      It clearly is 83 pages long and nailed Hillary on her lies.
      You just keep hanging on to that one paragraph...

    4. Anonymous1:05 PM

      Anyone who reads can see the report ends on page 42 with the Conclusion. How silly to deny this. Read the Table of Contents. The rest of the pages are Recommendations and Addenda. (I do worry about the literacy levels of some Americans.)

    5. Anonymous1:09 PM

      Nice try 12:28 parroting a Clinton talking point. Except "Conclusion" as a heading for a report is this meaning:

      1. n. the end or finish of an event or process.

      2. n. a judgment or decision reached by reasoning.

      12:11 above has summarized the findings of the Inspector General. "Findings" = Something that is ascertained.
      "Ascertained" = Found out to be certain or true.

      The findings are things the IG determined to be true.

      Clinton is fortunate to have such dupes that will mindlessly regurgitate whatever bullshit they spin.

    6. Anonymous2:23 PM

      Hillary Clinton has my vote and is the most qualified, experienced and educated person currently hoping to become POTUS. I so look forward to seeing her take the oath as POTUS in January, 2017!

      Yea, Hillary Clinton! She'll beat the hell out of Trump and it's going to be fun watching him take the hit. His giant ego will deflate instantly!

    7. Anonymous2:36 PM

      Right wing fever! #HEDS

    8. Anonymous3:34 PM

      No shit!
      Ya can teach all day long.
      Learning is a whole different thing...

    9. Anonymous4:11 PM

      So excited to have cast my vote for Hillary already in CA! Can't wait for June 7!

    10. Anonymous5:58 AM

      @12:11 Right, Hillary's credibilty is suffering even more according to polls-- and the fact she's changed her statements about the email server so many times isn't helping. The top secret documents were always that, not "retroactively classified" as Hillary has claimed. The FBI may not charge her but someone transferred those docs to an unsecured server in violation of the State Dept. rules which are based on the laws regulating handling of sensitive gov. docs.

      This will continue to haunt Hillary in the future even if she is not charged, because it shows her hubris in flouting the law and a serious lack of good judgment on her part, and of course negatively affects her credibility.

  4. Anon @ 11:49 - too bad, so sad for you. But, look at the bright side... the RWNJs will be on steroids looking for something - anything - to hang her with. Heck, they've been doing it for years. Maybe the next manufactured scandal will be the one!!!

    1. Anonymous12:33 PM

      Yes, it started in 1991; OMFG, she's wearing PANTS! Grab the fainting couch--she HELD A JOB! Where are the smelling salts--she went to college!

    2. Anonymous3:38 PM

      She won't bake cookies

  5. Anonymous12:19 PM

    He is wrong. To be found guilty of mishandling classified information, there doesn't have to be criminal intent. The standards are "knowing":

    or "negligent" See (f)

    Weld is not a legal genius giving an expert truth bomb. Sure, he went to Harvard Law School. So did Ted Cruz.

    By the way, where are all the emails Clinton cc'd to

    1. Anonymous12:34 PM

      But the information was not classified when people sent it to her, so no crime was committed. Are you really that stupid? I'm guessing you are.

    2. I'll trust a former justice department member over an Internet troll

    3. Anonymous1:26 PM

      That's not true 12:34. State Dept's March report said some of the emails contained information that was classified at the time sent.

    4. Anonymous1:28 PM

      Someone who disagrees with you≠Troll

      Read the statutes. Criminal intent is not the standard for mishandling of classified information.

  6. Anonymous12:31 PM

    It doesn't matter cuz I'll always be a lez Bernie Broad.

    -Heather G

    1. Anonymous12:56 PM

      @Heather G
      Do you think Huma is hot?
      I do.

    2. Anonymous1:17 PM

      Of course you are.

    3. Anonymous2:43 PM

      lol huma is way to femme

  7. Anonymous12:37 PM

    When you've lost the Libertarians, who does that leave? Just the right wing on this nothingburger.. Thanks, Gov. Weld, for making that so clear. I respect your integrity.

  8. Anonymous12:46 PM

    Weld knows as much about the FBI investigation as Capehart does.
    As far as,I think the FBI will be able to track those down.

    1. And you're an expert? Fuck off.

    2. Anonymous2:04 PM

      @ meghan phillips 1:08 PM
      Did I claim I was an expert?
      I stand by my statement:
      "Weld knows as much about the FBI investigation as Capehart does.
      And what's up with the juvenile potty mouth?

    3. Anonymous2:44 PM

      meghan im a hilary supporter but why are you so vulgar all the time ?

    4. Of course you do. Moron

    5. Anonymous3:09 PM

      Why do you continue to allow Meghan to act like a petulant spoiled brat here. At least speaking for me, I think she only serves to drive people away from reading or commenting here. This IS NOT an isolated incident.

    6. Anonymous3:25 PM

      3:09 - Skip over Meghan's posts if they are so troubling to your delicate psyche; her language is no saltier than anyone else's here. You must be new. Free speech!

    7. I guess you haven't met Gina, 3:09.

    8. Anonymous7:50 PM

      Gina and Meghan are two peas in a pod.

  9. Anonymous1:05 PM

    I am a Bernie supporter, but I too do not think Hillary will be indicted over having an email server.

    I do believe, however, that the content of her 30,000 deleted emails are the source of scrutiny by the FBI.

    And for the Sanders supporters, here is a good opinion piece posted today to the Huffington Post:

  10. Anonymous1:08 PM

    HEDS = Hillary E-mail Derangementt Syndrome.

  11. Anonymous1:11 PM

    "Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton on Tuesday defended her press availability amid criticism that she has not held a press conference for months.
    “I have done nearly 300 interviews just in 2016,” Clinton told Jake Tapper during a phone interview on CNN's "The Lead," adding later that she was herself “shocked” by the figure.
    “I believe that it's important to continue to speak to the press as I'm doing right now,” Clinton said."
    I'll spot anyone on here HALF of her claimed "nearly 300 interviews just in 2016".
    Go and fetch even a 100 "interviews".

    1. Anonymous1:35 PM

      I love this guy. He's all NO CHAIRS WERE ACTUALLY THROWN AND I DON'T BELIEVE THERE WERE 300 INTERVIEWS!!!!!!!! all day every day, regardless of the actual thread topic. He's like the angry Rain Man of Berniebros.

    2. Anonymous2:10 PM

      “I have done nearly 300 interviews just in 2016,” Clinton told Jake Tapper during a phone interview on CNN's "The Lead," adding later that she was herself “shocked” by the figure.
      “I believe that it's important to continue to speak to the press as I'm doing right now,” Clinton said."

    3. Anonymous3:26 PM

      Until you bring irrefutable evidence of "chairs being thrown" or “I have done nearly 300 interviews just in 2016",your comment is null and void.

    4. [NOTE: While I was composing this, the same presumed author I am replying to wrote more downthread. This post deals strictly with 1:11's claim that Hillary Clinton is a "fucking liar" because she claims to have done "nearly 300 interviews just in 2016".]

      Anons 1:11 and again 2:10;

      You really don't know how it works, do you? She said "interviews'. While she was doing a telephone interview. She didn't say TV interviews, she didn't say major network interviews. She said 'interviews'.

      Every time a candidate campaigns somewhere, visits a town, attends town halls, local media are sent to cover it. Most of the time the candidates arrange to have all the media be able to ask questions, not in a ‘press conference’ but by lining them up individually one after the other, or, because of reporter schedules, speaking with some of them before an event and some of them after. It’s not uncommon for candidates to talk to 6 to 10 media outlets (major TV/radio local affiliates, local TV/radio, print media, college newspaper, bloggers, etc.) in one day, heck, in one morning. If they ask questions and she answers, they are classified, correctly, as interviews.

      This is all in addition to national exposure such as the Sunday morning broadcast and cable TV news network programming or any national radio programs the candidates take interviews on.

      Let me ask you, how many interviews do you think Hillary did when she was campaigning in, say, Georgia? I mean, the entire time. Maybe ... 10? Does that seem like a crazy high number?

      Did she go to at least three places in GA? Did she do at least 3 interviews in each place? I’ll bet the answer is easily “Yes and then some”.

      Well, if she campaigned in 30 states and did 9 interviews average, that’s 270. Close enough for me to say her saying ‘nearly 300 interviews’ is far from a lie, knowing that does not count major broadcast media appearances like “Face the Nation” and whatever that CNN cable program on Sunday mornings is called, which would take that 270 to about 286 or so.

      Please get off the 'she must be lying about that number' because that number is not outrageous at all - if you know how the media business works.

    5. Anonymous4:19 PM

      @MarvinM 3:51 PM
      I stated: "fucking lying",not "fucking liar".
      And call me an anal motherfucker,but cheese ball comments doing a rope walk or quickie photo-ops do not constitute an "interview" in my book.
      Obama has done three sit down one on one interviews on Fox.
      THAT'S what I call an interview.
      Hillary is ducking and jiving.

    6. Anonymous5:08 PM

      Anonymous4:19 PM

      "do not constitute an "interview" in my book"

      That's just in YOUR book. A book that nobody cares about. Nobody cares what YOU call an interview or not.

    7. Anonymous5:24 PM

      Go fetch what constitutes an "interview" in your book that Hillary gave in 2016.
      I'll wait...

    8. Anonymous5:42 PM

    9. "Obama has done three sit down one on one interviews on Fox.

      THAT'S what I call an interview."

      Gee, I'm sorry Hillary didn't know YOUR specific definition of the word 'interview' before she spoke.

      You don't get to define the word 'interview'. It has an established definition and that definition has nothing to do with Fox News.

      If you want to argue that what the verbal back-and-forths she engaged in were not technically 'interviews', then .... go wild. But you can't say "She is FUCKING LYING." about the number of interviews since the definition of the word interviews well includes all of the stuff I described, which is not weird or strange in any way.

    10. Anonymous5:58 PM

      Thank you, Marvin. (It's like arguing with children.)

    11. Anonymous6:33 PM

      @MarvinM 5:54 PM

      Right out of the gate, thank you for getting the "fucking lying"/"fucking liar" confusion straight,or did we?
      Now,let's get straight what the definition of "interview" is:
      Definition of interview:
      : a formal consultation usually to evaluate qualifications (as of a prospective student or employee)
      a : a meeting at which information is obtained (as by a reporter, television commentator, or pollster) from a person
      b : a report or reproduction of information so obtained.
      With all due respect,all this trying to dance on a pinhead apologist bullshit for Hillary is just that,BULLSHIT.
      Every time there was a camera present as she waltzed by and chirped is not an "interview".

    12. Anonymous4:01 AM

      About those "interviews"...

  12. Anonymous1:14 PM

    Gryphen, please re-write that sentence! "She is NOT going to be indicted for killing Vince Foster." That sentence should at minimum read: She is NOT going to be indicted for the right wing conspiracy of supposedly "killing Vince Foster".

  13. Anonymous1:15 PM

    To all near-hysterical, panties-in-a-wad, hand-wringing anti-Hillary trolls: If you really wanna see some real indictable mis-handling of classified information, you need only hearken back to 2003 when your hero and uber-patriot, Vice-President Dick Cheney, and his loyal puppet, Scooter Libby, outed undercover CIA operative Valerie Plame. Of course, only one of the two individuals involved got indicted, and that wasn't even for mis-handling classified information, but rather for lying to investigators, perjury and obstruction of justice--such fine, upstanding, patriotic Americans they are, but IOIYAR, right?

    Now run along downstairs to your bedroom in your parents' basement (you ARE gonna move out someday, right?) and pull the blankey up over your head.

    Hillary Clinton will take the oath of office as the 45th President of the United States on January 20th, 2017. Get over it!

    1. Anonymous1:43 PM

      As any 3rd grade teacher will tell you,"Other people did it" is not an excuse.

      So you run along to Momma with your little nanny boo boo, 7 year old level excuse-making.

      Remember, Pat Fitzgerald couldn't get to Cheney because Libby "kicked dust in the umpire's eyes" and had to settle for obstruction and perjury. Think about that in the context of all the people FBI has interviewed and now they'll have the depos from the Judicial Watch case. And remember FBI has the backups of the server from Datto, Inc. That gives them the emails that were deleted before Clinton handed over what was left to the State Dept. And FBI knows Clinton cc'd email to an account. I smell "negligence" the standard for 18 U.S. Code § 793 - Gathering, transmitting or losing defense information (f)

    2. Anonymous1:55 PM

      Bush/Cheney Inc. are war criminals and should be imprisoned.
      "lying to investigators, perjury and obstruction of justice"
      FBI be workin' on that for Hillary.

      "Now run along downstairs to your bedroom in your parents' basement (you ARE gonna move out someday, right?) and pull the blankey up over your head."
      Uh-huh,right away on that.

    3. Anonymous3:08 PM

      I'm right here with you.
      These others...

    4. Anonymous3:31 PM

      Are these two untreatable cases of #HEDS? Not so fast. But it is a sign of stage three/Bargaining. Failed campaigns end; a party has imploded. There is much to grieve. As they navigate their unconscious grief, they bargain about possibilities: if only this or that e-mail, if only the FBI....#stagesofgrief

  14. It doesn't have to be true if enough people believe it. Thousands fell for the "Death Panels" lie, remember?

    Many people whom I've known for years--even well-educated professionals with broad life experience--have stated emphatically that they will vote for Trump if Hillary is the nominee. It's frightening.

    When faced with facts about Hillary Clinton, they respond with vicious emotion. "She's a snake," said a young woman with a master's degree in psychology. "She's failed at everything she's ever tried to do in her life," said a VA service officer.

    I'm too old to be shocked, but I am taken aback at the misogynistic nature of some of the attacks directed at Clinton by women. I've even been accused of supporting her simply because she possesses a vagina. This is so far beyond stupid it almost leaves me speechless.

    1. Anonymous2:18 PM

      Hey Jude .. I am with you. "This is so far beyond stupid " It is Insane.

    2. Anonymous2:48 PM

      Criticizing a female ≠ Misogyny

    3. Anonymous5:10 PM

      I agree. Some of the comments I see from women are so misogynistic, I think they must be awash in self-hate.

  15. Anonymous1:43 PM

    Why I think Bernie will drop out soon & endorse Hillary:

  16. Anonymous1:57 PM

    Justin Cooper.

    1. Anonymous2:45 PM

      Justin Cooper, an individual who never worked for the government and presumably never had any security clearance whatsoever, had access to every piece of correspondence and potentially documents of the second highest ranking member of the Executive branch, senior diplomat of the United States, ranking only second to the President.
      "Mr. Justin G. Cooper serves as a Senior Advisor to Teneo Holdings and Decision Sciences Corporation. Mr. Cooper served as Senior Advisor to President William J. Clinton. He advised President on a broad range of issues, including finances, business matters, public affairs and politics. He advises and assists in operating the Clinton Foundation, Clinton Global Initiative and the Clinton Family Foundation."

      "An October 28, 2009 email shows Mrs. Clinton copying Doug Band and Justin Cooper on a message to Clinton confidante Sid Blumenthal. “Bill Clinton’s senior adviser Justin Cooper was the man responsible for running the email network, according to archived Internet records,” reported Breitbart on September 2. “Cooper also works as a top fundraiser for the Clinton Foundation. He also serves as a senior adviser to Teneo Holdings, a private corporate advisory and investment banking firm founded by former Bill Clinton adviser Doug Band.” Band was active with the Clinton Global Initiative and on the Clinton Foundation’s Board of Directors at the time.
      “Sid—I’m copying Doug and Justin who are traveling with Bill [Clinton] since he will be in Europe and may have some ideas about what could be done, and asking that they share it w him and then get back to you,” wrote Mrs. Clinton."
      So yeah,Justin Cooper.
      The Clintons are paying his lawyer bills also too.

    2. Anonymous2:53 PM


    3. Anonymous3:21 PM

      That all you got?
      Go fetch at least HALF of those “I have done nearly 300 interviews just in 2016" and let's talk.

  17. Anonymous2:21 PM

    Well awrighty then!
    Time for "battle tested" Hillary to step the fuck UP.
    "CNN’s Jake Tapper broached the topic with the former secretary of State in an interview on Tuesday afternoon, just hours after Trump held a contentious 40-minute press conference where he berated the media for questioning his donations to veterans.
    “It’s been something like five or six months since you’ve held an actual press conference, is that something you will remedy soon?” Tapper asked.
    “I’m sure we will. I was shocked myself that I’ve done nearly 300 interviews [in 2016],” Clinton replied.
    “I believe that we do and we should answer questions. Of course I’m going to, in many, many different types of settings.”
    Clinton's interview count likely includes the local interviews she has given ahead of primaries and caucuses, as well as nationally televised town halls and interviews on talk shows such as NBC's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
    But reporters have more access during a press conference, and the ability to ask tough questions more freely.
    Some Democrats say Clinton would benefit from a freewheeling exchange with the press.
    "I understand they like to brag about the more than 300 interviews, that’s fine. But there's nothing like a good, honest give-and-take in a room full of reporters to really air out some of these issues," said one Democratic strategist who requested anonymity.
    "I don't consider Ellen an interview."
    Clinton's last open press conference came on Dec. 4 in Iowa. NBC News reported that she took seven questions."

    1. Anonymous3:04 PM

      Re: Indictment of Hillary--right probably won't happen.

      But 22 veteran intelligence officers have written to Obama with concerns that there is a biased application of the law if she is not punished as others have been for mishandling top secret gov. documents--22 of them were on her server.

      Mr. Weld's opinion aside, other legal opinions are that she broke the law.

      Of course, she will not be punished, IMO, because in the US the powerful are rarely jailed and even commit war crimes with impunity.

      Here's the link from the intelligence veterans if anyone cares to hear the opinion of career officers who know the law governing the handling of top secret material:

  18. Anita Winecooler4:22 PM

    I'm still with Hillary. To me, she's the best qualified, already knows world leaders and how they tick. Experience counts a lot, and besides, I want to see the look of terror on Trumps face when he loses to a woman. Stock up on popcorn and watch the fur fly.

    1. The more the Republican ratfuckers bleat, the more eager I am to campaign for Clinton.

      And, every time one of them mentions her emails, etc, the more money I put into my donation fund for Clinton (and other Democrats). (Sorry Sanders, but I learned months ago not to support anyone who isn't a Democrat.

      I really should ask for my donation back, but I made it in good faith, thinking he was going to expand the policy discussions and that he had the good of the country at heart. Sadly, I was wrong on both counts.)

    2. Anonymous5:36 PM

      +1 to both Anita & Liz

  19. Anonymous5:31 PM

    "Clinton IT aide to plead Fifth in email case"
    Shit gettin' real!
    We now have Pagliano pleading the fifth in front of Congress, receiving immunity from the FBI for full cooperation in the criminal investigation, and THEN having to plead the fifth in the open records suit. That says everything we need to know about what sort of info he has and is providing to the FBI.
    Definitely a smart move by Pagliano. Imagine you have immunity from the FBI and are cooperating, but then in the separate civil case you slip up and say something that contradicts what you've told the FBI. They instantly revoke immunity and are fucking pissed because you maybe ruined yourself as a credible witness.

    1. Anonymous5:56 PM

      Right wing fever for Judicial Watch!

    2. Anonymous6:47 PM

      "Right wing fever for Judicial Watch!'
      I'm as liberal as they come.
      And Gryph has used them as a source...
      The Hill.
      Denial ain't a river in Egypt...

    3. Anonymous7:17 PM

      Rightwinger in the House!

    4. Anonymous7:31 PM

      You criticize a gay, African-American writer repeatedly because he wrote a national column in February that you disagreed with. You attack a brilliant woman who is the most qualified in the field by incessantly posting right wing web site links here on one single topic: cybersecurity from the last decade related to e-mails.

      You express no liberal positive viewpoints ever, but only negatives towards the Democratic nominee for president & the Democratic party.

      But you're "liberal." Got it. Next!

    5. Anonymous3:43 AM

      I give zero fucks if Capehart is gay.
      Why do you even bring it up?
      I certainly didn't other than cite an article that he is boinking a person who works with Hillary.
      He is a liar though...
      "Jonathan Capehart, who wrote the article in “The Washington Post” and also appears regularly on MSNBC should be ashamed of himself for the lack of research that went into his hit piece. At the very least he should update his article to reflect these facts."

  20. I just can't figure out why it's a positive thing to
    keep defending someone who skirts the legal line. Hillary has her positives, and negatives. AS does Trump, big-timr. This election sucks.

    1. Anonymous7:20 PM

      False. She did not skirt the "legal line." This is a trumped up rightwing ploy. She broke no laws. Even the Libertarian candidate says it's a nothingburger. These smears have got to stop.

    2. Anonymous12:27 AM

      I don't see any mention on this site about Hillary's State Dept. trading weapons for contributions to the Clinton Foundation. She most certainly did skirt that legal line. She actually stomped on it, and hopped over it. Where's the search for the truth on that subject?

  21. She removed classified information from a secured government system and relocated it to her private server. They have already proven this. She is guilty.


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