During last night’s Democrat debate in Miami, Jorge Ramos asked Hillary Clinton if she would drop out of the race if she were indicted as a result of the federal investigation into her e-mails.
Hillary scoffed, “Oh, for goodness sake, that’s not going to happen. I’m not even answering that question.”
The fact remains, however, that Hillary Clinton is under criminal investigation by the FBI. Yet she spoke with the confidence of someone who was 100% certain of the outcome of the investigation. She spoke with the confidence of someone who believes she is above the written law and not subject to its penalties.
Elected officials including Presidents refrain from commenting on ongoing investigations so as not to prejudice their outcome. This cannot be said of President Obama who last October angered the FBI when he said her use of a homebrew server to conduct government business did not constitute a threat to national security. Hillary Clinton is above the law and President Obama is seeing to it.
Hillary Clinton’s contempt towards the e-mail investigation in yesterday’s Democrat debate is as abhorrent as Donald Trump’s bragging during last week’s Republican debate that he would issue unlawful commands to our military. Neither is suited to be President of the United States.
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