In the cartoon The Flintstones, some episodes featured a shady guy in the trench coat who stood in the back alley and whispered, “Hey, Bub,” to Fred, enticing him to buy stolen watches and extravagant anniversary gifts for a song.
Then when it all hits the fan, Fred is in big trouble and the shady guy is nowhere to be found.
Seems that the Clintons have been standing in the back alley as the American public is left holding a hot watch. Nefarious deals have been going down and it isn’t surprising who is wearing the trench coat.
The Hill released a scandalous report of Russian collusion by the Clintons in association with the Obama administration. As the evidence piled up, then AG Eric Holder just allowed the investigation to continue without any charges being pressed. Which isn’t surprising as Holder’s best, only benign talent was occupying a space in the Obama Cabinet.
The first allegations in 2010 include a huge donation to the Clinton Foundation resulting from the acquisition by Russian utility Rosatom Tenex of a Canadian uranium mine which resulted in the Russian control of more than 20 % of US uranium.
In 2011, the administration allowed Rosatom Tenex to begin selling uranium to US nuclear plants in association with the United Stated Enrichment Corps. Prior to the sale of the mine, the Russian utility was only allowed to glean used uranium from the dismantling of Cold War Soviet equipment.
Of course, the Obama administration and the Clintons defended their decisions as all of the people on the committees were in no way doing wrong and it wasn’t a threat to national security.
However, at the time, Eric Holder was sitting on the Committee for Foreign Investment that approved the sale of the Canadian mine to Russia. Hmmmmmm???
Will the current AG Jeff Sessions investigate Hillary Clinton and her cohorts for wrongdoing with Russia? No, he has recused himself from the matter.
Looks like the “Pay for Play” gang has gotten a pass.
When it comes to the Clintons, one is either on the gravy train or under it.
Never mind about all the talk of the mysterious deaths that follow the Clintons, but it seems that the Maryland Bar Association has decided to break or bend their own rules when it comes to enforcing policy for complaints on (… wait for it) Hillary Clinton’s former attorneys.
The Bar is allegedly ignoring and changing the way it handles complaints on Clinton’s former legal team.
Attorney Ty Clevenger has filed a complaint against the former Clinton legal team for their role in the destruction of the 33,000 Clinton emails.
Common practice is for the attorney filing a complaint against another attorney to receive the comments in response to the complaint. To date, no copies of the comments have been received by Clevenger, even though he has filed motions with a judge to have the responses about the complaint sent to him.
Is anyone surprised?
If the former Clinton law team refuse to turn over the requested documents they may be forced to plead the 5th amendment in the case. This will cause them to be disbarred.
Guess that is not too big of a deal, they will be in company of Bill Clinton who has been disbarred for the Monica Lewinski scandal. He was eligible for reinstatement in 2006.
In every way it is easy to see how the Clintons and the Obama administration, along with those around them, have been given a pass to be above the law.
It is another case of the difference in the rules for the average person and those who dwell in the cesspool that is Washington Politics.
It is no wonder that Trump is having such a hard time draining the swamp. It runs extremely deep and everyone involved has to cover each other in order to avoid accessory prosecution.
It is a sad and sorry day in the history of the United States. This type of corruption has always been rumored to exist in banana republics and third world countries.
What a shame to see it blatantly displayed in the United States.
Image: Excerpted from: Evan Guest; CC by 2.0; https://www.flickr.com/photos/138580568@N02/24406001271