Thursday, August 25, 2016

Ripping off the hard working American people for their own enrichment, and political power.

Thomas Williams

"Bribery is the practice of offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting something of value for the purpose of influencing the action of an official in discharge of his/ her public or legal duties."...Quote: Federal Laws on Bribery.

Except for the people running the three branches of the US Government for the past 60 years. The Washington DC establishment fixed the legal speak on bribery in the White House, and Congress, to be a fail safe place so the Washington DC Country Club could do what Hillary Clinton did.

Use her own smart phone server, or daily records, that she could control or destroy so we the people would never know what she did. About how she was really running our country Government business.

Frankly the public really doesn't need a special prosecutor to blow the cast of bribery against Hillary Clinton wide open. Because we already know what the real deal is concerning the way the people are running the US Government in 2016.

They all have the same guilt about them in spite of their $500 dollar suits, and high paid Lawyers.

They are all guilty of the same crime.

Ripping off the hard working American people for their own enrichment, and political power.

It's a great life.


The bribery standard

Opinion writer
Bernie Sanders never understood the epic quality of the Clinton scandals. In his first debate, he famously dismissed the email issue, it being beneath the dignity of a great revolutionary to deal in things so tawdry and straightforward.

Sanders failed to understand that Clinton scandals are sprawling, multi-layered, complex things. They defy time and space. They grow and burrow. 

The central problem with Hillary Clinton’s emails was not the classified material. It wasn’t the headline-making charge by the FBI director of her extreme carelessness in handling it.

That’s a serious offense, to be sure, and could very well have been grounds for indictment. And it did damage her politically, exposing her sense of above-the-law entitlement and — in her dodges and prevarications, her parsing and evasions — demonstrating her arm’s-length relationship with the truth.

But it was always something of a sideshow. The real question wasn’t classification but: Why did she have a private server in the first place? She obviously lied about the purpose. It wasn’t convenience. It was concealment. What exactly was she hiding?

Was this merely the prudent paranoia of someone who habitually walks the line of legality? After all, if she controls the server, she controls the evidence, and can destroy it — as she did 30,000 emails — at will.


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