WASHINGTON, May 2, 2017 — Having lost the presidency to a reality TV star and novice GOP presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton has been making the rounds trying to find a scapegoat for her humiliating November defeat.
Before her trouncing, Clinton warned America that racist, alt-Right forces were gathered behind rival Donald Trump, ready to impose a neo-Nazi agenda on America.
After her defeat, it was the nation’s misogynistic males, anxious to keep their voting womenfolk barefoot, in the kitchen and—denied free contraception and abortions—pregnant.
Now the former first lady, senator from New York and secretary of state is beginning to get a better grasp on reality, telling CNN,
“I was on the way to winning, until a combination of [FBI Director] Jim Comey’s letter … and Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but got scared off.”
Comey’s letter was unprecedented in his agency’s storied war on organized crime. FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover did not release a lengthy, written explanation as to why gangster Al Capone was nabbed by Treasury agents for tax evasion and not his G-Men for the sale of illicit liquor, prostitution, extortion and murder.
That’s because Capone wasn’t running for President of the United States.
Comey felt obliged to inform the American people of his agency’s investigation into Clinton’s illegal storage of classified government emails on her private home server after it became clear the Justice Department had decided not to prosecute the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate, then actively campaigning around the country.
As Comey said in his written statement:
“In this case, given the importance of the matter, I think unusual transparency is in order.”
That’s because “transparency” acts upon a Clinton the same as shafts of bright sunlight striking a vampire.
The most damning statement in the Comey letter said the Justice Department’s miscarriage of justice should not “suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences.”
After Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who met privately with former President Bill Clinton in the midst of his wife’s FBI investigation, refused to prosecute her party’s candidate for president, Comey argued his case before the court of public opinion.
Comey reminded the nation that there are a few individuals of wealth, privilege, and power who are above the law. But as he made perfectly clear, this unwritten rule does not apply to the vast majority of Americans.
Like those “people who were inclined to vote for” Hillary “but got scared off.”
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