One has to wonder if people inside the Hillary Clinton campaign and in the Clinton Foundation are starting to get worried that their protectors in the Obama administration can continue to protect them. The folks at WikiLeaks are nowhere near finished with releasing the many, many leaked emails from the Clinton team, and there are rumors that the worst releases are still to come. Meanwhile, the Clinton campaign has also found a way to anger the folks at Anonymous, 4Chan, and Reddit, which means that WikiLeaks may soon have even more information to be leaking to the world.
On top of the continuous onslaught of evidence that Hillary Clinton is a deeply flawed candidate and human being, the Democrat nominee for President is beginning to lose folks who had been defending her. People like liberal journalist Bob Woodward, who became famous after bringing down criminal behavior in the Nixon administration, are now abandoning Clinton and agreeing that she seems to be corrupt. Here’s what Woodward just told Fox News SUNDAY’s host Chris Wallace:
Chris Wallace: “When you see what seems to be clear evidence that Clinton Foundation donors were being treated differently than non-donors in terms of access, when you see these new revelations about the $12 million deal between Hillary Clinton, the foundation and the King of Morocco, are voters right to be troubled by this?”
Bob Woodward: “Yes. It’s corrupt. It’s a scandal, and she didn’t answer your question at all, and she turned to embrace the good work that the Clinton Foundation has done, and she has a case there. But the mixing of speech fees, the Clinton Foundation and actions by the State Department which she ran are all intertwined, and it’s corrupt. You can’t just say it’s unsavory, but there’s no formal investigation going on now, and there are outs that they have.”
Wow. If Bob Woodward is calling Hillary Clinton corrupt, then you can be sure that there is trouble brewing in Clinton world. The only real defense the Clintons have, keeping them safe from outside attack, has been the loyalty of the mainstream press; if they lose their defenders in the media, then the Obama administration will be unable to help them.
Help them from who, you ask? From men like Joe diGenova who sat down with the Daily Caller’s Ginny Thomas earlier this week to discuss why FBI Director James Comey was completely wrong about not prosecuting Hillary Clinton. DiGenova also argues that the recent videos released by James O’Keefe and Project Veritas are evidence enough to begin prosecuting important Democrat leaders on a range of state and federal charges including election fraud.
In this exclusive 26-minute video interview for The Daily Caller News Foundation, diGenova explains why many former and current FBI officials believe James Comey, the director of the FBI, is a “dirty cop.” When Comey refused to recommend prosecution of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for her misuse of classified government information in July after “a fake and sophomoric” investigation, he bred cynicism and tainted the premier law enforcement agency.
When Republican nominee Donald Trump responds to calls from citizens to “lock her up,” the former prosecutor believes President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice “created a double standard for justice – one for the Clintons and one for the little guy.”
DiGenova suggests that the Republican Congress pass a “resolution of no confidence” on the FBI director as soon as they return to Washington after the election to demonstrate the significance of Comey’s corrosive, political decision…
“Why shouldn’t the American people be worried about the legitimacy of an election when one of the highest law enforcement officials in the country, James Comey, the Director of the FBI, goes in public and lies about the reasons for what he did (in refusing to prosecute Hillary Clinton). The biggest single contributor to cynicism about this election is James Comey.”
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