posted on Mar, 31 2016 @ 12:29 PM
a reply to: xuenchen
I watched that AJAM report & Mr Shuster did say Mrs Clinton and key staffers were to be interviewed, he did NOT say the FBI would be recommending
criminal charges. How could he? He doesnt know and until the investigation is concluded HOPEFULLY the FBI doesn't know.
We don't know (in any real or objective sense) that the Justice department or the White House would commit the crime of Obstruction of Justice. That
is a belief the OP may have and if so It is does not appear to be based on any heretofore known real world event.
As for "fixing" a prospective Clinton prosecution, there is no evidence that this is even remotely a possibility. FBI Director Comey, after all, was
and is known to be fiercely independent and devoted to the rule of law. In fact Comey was so devoted to the rule of law that he thwarted the desires
of the Republican administration he served in to see that Justice department was not corrupted. If Mr Obama was inclined to politically interfere with
the work of the FBI, it is doubtful he would have selected Director Comey.
Attorney General Lynch's association with a large and prominent law firm that represented the Clintons is not in and of itself a conflict of interest
nor the smoke of a conspiracy fire. Large firms tend to employ hundreds of attorneys and numerous do legal work for many "A list" clients. So simply
saying that Lynch was an attorney at a large law firm that handled Clinton legal work is saying nothing unless there is an intersection between Lynch
and the Clinton account. If Lynch submitted billed hours on legal matters regarding the Clintons she should (and undoubtedly will) reveal this fact
and recuse herself. But even that is sort of beside the point.
One of the things the FBI has to determine to establish that a crime has been committed is WHERE the crime occurred. The WHERE provides the
jurisdiction. If the the site of the, as yet fictional, crime is determined to be Chappaqua, New York then the criminal referral would not go to the
Justice Department in Washington DC. But rather to the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
So why don't we just breathe-in breathe-out, repeat as necessary and take things one step at a time.