The missing indictment

Although there is some happy talk about how the lack of a Clinton indictment is not all bad news since the facts have been published and this mash-up of Comey and Clinton is getting air time I’m afraid Clinton is still on track for the White House.

An indictment would have ended her candidacy once and for all. Although I don’t think Biden or Sanders is necessarily preferable to Clinton the thought that this venal, corrupt candidate is a legitimate contender for the Presidency is sickening. The only thing between and the white house is the worse GOP candidate in decades. Conservatives may think that Comey’s  litany of charges and facts will prevail in the court of public opinion but I don’t share their optimism. The democrat spinmeisters are already touting her innocence and repeating the phrase “..no reasonable prosecutor..”. The people viewing the video are already not in the Clinton camp. Her supporters won’t watch. In their minds the candidate with the most experience was a bit careless but innocent. We are still in a horse race with an uncertain outcome.

The criminality of the Obama administration and Clinton have never been in doubt. The disappointment is that institutions supposed to provide the necessary checks on these abuses have failed so miserably. The Roberts’ vote on ObamaCare and now the feckless FBI investigation of Clinton are travesties that will take decades, if ever to recover from.

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