There are two types of people in this world: Those who are ready, willing, and able to admit their wrongdoings, and then there are the Hillary Clintons of the world.
The former Secretary of State has been implicated in a number of enormous, egregious scandals over the course of her long and bizarre career in politics, with a number of heinous realities coming to light over the course of the last year. Her illegal private email server was merely the tip of the iceberg, as Clinton was quickly inundated with evidence that she implemented a “pay to play” scheme while running the State Department. Following those allegations were email disclosures from Wikileaks that showed Clinton working hand in hand with the DNC to rig the primaries against rival Bernie Sanders and cheat at the televised debated with the help of CNN and Donna Brazile.
And don’t get us started on Seth Rich…
Now, as Clinton’s role in the Uranium One deal between the Obama administration and the Kremlin comes to light, there are renewed calls for Clinton to investigated by the Department of Justice – something that Hillary just isn’t having. The former First Lady and career criminal emerged from hiding this week to address the issue, blasting the possibility of justice as some form of “dictatorship”.
“Hillary Clinton on Wednesday slammed what she described as the ‘politicization of the Justice Department’ after reports that the Trump administration was considering a special counsel to probe the Uranium One deal and alleged conflicts with the Clinton Foundation.
“But in an interview with Mother Jones, Clinton claimed that the Uranium One story has been ‘debunked’ a number of times and that the Trump administration was merely using the story as a distraction.
“’And if they send a signal that we’re going to be like some dictatorship, some authoritarian regimen where political opponents are going to be unfairly, fraudulently investigated — that rips at the fabric of the contract we have that we can trust our justice system,’ she said.
“Allegations also have been made that the approval of the sale of Uranium One benefited major donors to the Clinton Foundation, raising conflict-of-interest questions.”
Of course, taking Clinton to the woodshed for a bit of Russian collusion would be delectably ironic, as Clinton herself was one of the first to suggest some sort of Kremlin conspiracy when Donald Trump electorally eviscerated her in November.
Furthermore, Clinton’s mere mention of the word “dictatorship” is simply an inflammatory tactic meant to rile up her liberal base, stoking the “resistance” fires and sending her millennial miscreants to snatch up torches and pitchforks.
Perhaps their time would be better spent procuring some cheese to go with their corruption queen’s whine.