Why Attorney General Jeff Sessions will never indict Hillary Clinton
LOS ANGELES, November 3, 2017 — Every day a new Hillary Clinton scandal explodes. Republicans get outraged, Hillary defenders defend her, and nothing changes. Longtime Clinton critic Sean Hannity asked a very simple question that deserves an answer.
With all of the evidence against Secretary Clinton, why is Attorney General Sessions not indicting Clinton? Why do we not have a special counsel who can indict her?
Why? Because Sessions is not going to indict her, not now, not ever. Americans are more likely to see President Donald Trump nominate Rosie O’Donnell to his cabinet than see Mrs. Clinton indicted.
Will Hillary Clinton give up the goods on Barack Obama?
Mrs. Clinton does not operate in a vacuum. Like other craven politicians, she will happily toss others under the bus to save her own skin. In order to cut a deal, she will have to provide the DOJ something of value. There is only one person valuable enough that Hillary Clinton could give up: President Barack Obama.
Jeff Sessions blundered strategically by recusing himself in the original Russia investigation. His obsession with avoiding even the appearance of impropriety is why President Trump is under investigation by Bob Mueller.
Sessions is honest to a fault. Given valid evidence that Obama broke the law, his deeply religious conscience would not allow him to ignore that evidence.
His only hope is to make sure that evidence never reaches his desk.
Would indicting Hillary Clinton lead to President Obama?
The attorney general is terrified of the prospect of having to indict Mr. Obama. If that domino fell, the taint of those indictments would impact former Attorney General Eric Holder, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and Ambassador Susan Rice.
Imagine what would happen if a white Southern Attorney General indicted our nation’s highest black officials. The Washington Post, New York Times and MSNBC would scream about everybody from Medgar Evers to Rosa Parks to Reuben “Hurricane” Carter.
The party of the left, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and George Soros, would gleefully tear America apart.
Neighborhoods would burn and riots would break out that would make today’s leftist protesters seem like girl scouts. The racial arsonists would chant “burn, baby burn” fueled by everyone from Black Lives Matter to Antifa to Organizing For America. All supported by Soros money.
Imagine Clinton telling what she knows about Soros and Obama joint ventures.
Remember what the Sessions confirmation was like. Senator Cory Booker and others demonized him as a racist. That experience affected Sessions, as it would any decent human being having their character assassinated.
Sessions will not seek a fight over Clinton. Neither will his boss.
Like it or not, President Trump is now a politician. Like every president, Trump will seed a seccond term. Putting people back to work gets him four more years.
Seeing businesses burn down leads to a one-term presidency.
When the inevitable riots break out, does anybody think Trump will quell them? Does anyone think he would send in Defense Secretary Mad Dog Mattis to restore order?
No white Republican in recent years, except for maybe former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, has been willing to take on the black race hustlers like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
Without total support from the boss, Sessions is powerless to act.
For now, Sessions is politically ineffective. The left has successfully bullied him into inaction. In 2017, Democrats see destroying a white Republican as a righteous act for them.
Sessions is right to walk softly. Judge Kenneth Starr is a man of impeccable integrity who was nearly destroyed by the time the Clinton machine got through with him. Sessions has no chance of fair treatment by a liberal media that fails to report the truth. Like the 2016 Democrat nomination itself, the media outrage would fuel leftist factions against Sessions right from the start.
Former Attorney General John Ashcroft was once asked what he would do if his religious beliefs ever conflicted with his ability to effectively enforce the law. He stated that he would resign.
Mr. Sessions may wish to seek advice from Mr. Ashcroft.