Hillary Clinton likely never expected to have to fight so hard just to win this year’s primary. What was supposed to be a coronation of the presumptive nominee has now become a bitter battle just to hold on to the nomination that she once had in the bag.
If that weren’t enough for Clinton, it now looks as if she may need to win one more battle if she’d like to get the nomination. Word from Washington D.C. has it that the FBI is now ready to indict the former Secretary of State for her unlawful possession of classified materials.
In fact, according to former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom Delay, the FBI has accumulated so much evidence against the Democrat frontrunner, those within the organization are threatening to go public should an indictment not occur.
Loretta Elizabeth Lynch (born May 21, 1959) is the 83rd and current Attorney General of the United States, having previously served as United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York. Her tenure as U.S. Attorney began in 2010, and she also held that position from 1999 to 2001. As U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Lynch oversaw federal prosecutions in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island.
Lynch graduated from Harvard Law School in 1984. She then practiced law in New York and became a federal prosecutor in 1990, rising to become head of the Eastern District office. She later returned to private law practice, until she again became the top district prosecutor. From 2003 to 2005, she served on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
On November 8, 2014, President Barack Obama nominated her to succeed Eric Holder as Attorney General. On February 26, 2015, the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate confirmed her appointment by a 12–8 vote, with all Democrats of the committee and three Republicans in favor. On April 23, 2015, Lynch was confirmed by the Senate by a 56–43 vote, making her the first African-American woman and the second woman to be confirmed for the position. She was sworn in as Attorney General on April 27, 2015, by Vice President Joe Biden.
See what Tom Delay has to say about the indictment on the next page:
This clearly isn’t the primary Hillary likely imagined, but the outcome may be all too familiar. No stranger to devastating primary losses, Hillary Clinton may just as likely end up a resident of the big house as she is the White House.
Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom Delay says that insiders within the FBI are closing in on their case against Hillary Clinton, just in time for the primaries.
“They’re ready to recommend an indictment and they also say that if the attorney general does not indict, they’re going public.”
Clinton is under FBI investigation for her use of a private server to conduct confidential government business while she was secretary of state. But some Republicans fear any FBI recommendation that hurts Clinton will be squashed by the Obama administration.
And what is it that Hillary Clinton was made a protegee of Barack Obama? What is it that Clinton knows about Barack Obama that forced President Obama to protect crminal Hillary Clinton?
Why no one dare to ask these questions? Why are Hillary Clinton and her hubby staying in the White House as well as Barack Obama? What is Barack Obama hiding to Americans? [Ainhoa]
DeLay, a Texas Republican and Washington Times radio host, said:
“One way or another either she’s going to be indicted and that process begins, or we try her in the public eye with her campaign. One way or another she’s going to have to face these charges.”
Clinton should have been charged long time ago. It has been a long process because the Clintons are hiding the truth so it makes the work of FBI director Comey a lengthy process.
While many have bemoaned the lengthy process that has led to her now-impending indictment, the timing could not have been any more perfect for Hillary detractors. Should this indictment interrupt the primary season, the Democrats may very well end up with a geriatric socialist loon as their nominee. In other words, the GOP can start redecorating the White House right away.
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