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Millions of Democrats are voting for a presidential candidate linked to an FBI criminal investigation. These voters either don’t know there’s been a year-long FBI investigation of Clinton’s emails, don’t care, or would vote for Clinton even she faced Espionage Act indictments. Potentially our next Commander in Chief will be interviewed by the FBI soon, as will her top aides. This state of affairs would never take place in any other leading democracy, but American politics is unique.
In the best case scenario, Clinton doesn’t face indictments, but the FBI confirms that she jeopardized national security. Thus, Republicans would make even the best case scenario for Clinton’s campaign a major political liability. America isn’t a closed Democratic primary, and Clinton would be on the defensive during every televised debate against Trump.
Then there’s the likelihood of criminal charges. Every “legal scholar” or pundit defending Clinton assumes that merely convenience, or absent-mindedness, was the reason for a private server. Since there was almost certainly political utility involved in circumventing U.S. government networks, the DOJ has intent and motive to indict Clinton
Clinton would be on the defensive during every televised debate against Trump.
originally posted by: Lucidparadox
originally posted by: queenofswords
a reply to: AlaskanDad
Joe Biden will come riding in on his Big White Steed just before the convention. Hillary is going down, but will be pardoned by BO, and Biden will step in without missing a beat, garnering all those delegates and super delegates in the interim.
originally posted by: burntheships
originally posted by: muse7
There's a reason Biden decided not to run and there's a reason why Obama is endorsing her
Obama has not endorsed her.
In fact, no big hitters have.
originally posted by: introvert
Why can't we let Bernie win or lose based on his popularity among the public and strength of his policy ideas?
To ask for the nomination be given to him based on one's hate for the other candidate shows a lack of character on the part of those asking for such a thing.
Let Hillary stand on her own when it comes to the FBI investigation and let Bernie stand on his own when asking the US public to nominate a presidential candidate.