Okay, so that title is a bit deceiving. Although, if anyone else was paying attention recently, it seems Bill walks at a distance while talking cheerfully with others while he is with Hillary.
I've been wondering what happened to the email issues Hillary was having during the election. Anyone else notice a conspicuous lack of information in the news?
I know it's Trump's inauguration and the start of his first one hundred days, but hey, I can't remember the last time anyone accomplished much in the first part of their term in office. I guess Obama had some accomplishments?
Anyway, I watched as Hillary shook the hand of the man who will be investigating her. I wondered if she felt any angst. I did a quick search and found an article I have posted below. I've pretty much quoted all of it and think it is quite interestingly short.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee that has investigated Hillary Clinton’s actions as secretary of state, including her private email server, shook hands with the former Democratic presidential nominee Friday.
But on Instagram, the Utah Republican — Jasoninthehouse — wasn’t nearly as diplomatic.
“So pleased she is not the President,” Chaffetz wrote. “The investigation continues.”
He has previously pledged to keep going with the probe of Clinton’s activities.
“Just because there was a political election doesn’t mean it goes away,” he said of the investigation last week, saying that classified emails that surfaced on Clinton’s server were “the largest breach of security in the history of the State Department.”
Upon seeing Chaffetz’s post Friday, Brian Fallon, a former spokesman for Clinton’s campaign, simply tweeted, “Subhuman.” Utah Congressman Shakes Hillary Clinton?s Hand at Inauguration, Pledges to Continue Investigation Into Her Email | KTLA
Now for my question.
Does anyone truly believe she will be prosecuted?
Does anyone believe, if convicted, she would serve any time in prison?
Does anyone believe she is truly innocent?
If you believe she may have or is likely to have put the nation's security at risk with these emails and don't believe she should be prosecuted for treason, espionage or some other crime against the state, why?
That last one is really the one I'd like to understand. I just don't get why she seems to be considered above the law?
In conclusion, is that why so many are attacking Trump in the manner they are? Do they/you think he is above the law as president? Why?