What an election season it’s been so far.I’ll have to admit I’m surprised Donald Trump has emerged as the frontrunner – but not quite as surprised as the Democrat frontrunner being investigated by the FBI. Liberals certainly won’t be able to claim the moral high ground this election.
As you can see in the video below, Hillary reeeeeeeealy doesn’t like that topic being brought up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6FSMsN19v0And for good reason, too. Even MSNBC is discussing how this could be the end of her campaign, disclosing that the FBI investigation into the former secretary of state is “far more advanced” than the public knows.
Via the Daily Caller:
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough said Friday that sources have told him that the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton is “far more advanced than we the public knows.”Friday on “Morning Joe,” panelist Cokie Roberts predicted that if Hillary Clinton gets indicted, her run for president would be “over.”
“Most of us around this table are hearing from multiple sources … that the Hillary Clinton investigation [by] the FBI is far more progressed,” Scarborough said. “Mika and I have been hearing it from the top officials in the Obama administration for actually several months now, and we can’t go to a meeting in Washington where we don’t hear this.”
“All of our sources high up are telling us … that this investigation is far more advanced than we the public knows,” Scarborough added.Panelist Mark Halperin said, “Well, there are three things that people are keying off of. First of all, there are a lot of chatter amongst FBI agents, many of whom have never been big fans of the Clintons. But a lot of FBI agents seem to be saying something is happening here.”
“Second is from a legal point of view, you look at the recent developments that we’ve talked about on the program, it’s hard to see now how the Justice Department, the FBI, doesn’t want to interview Secretary Clinton,” Halperin said.
“And that interview alone, short of an indictment, short of anything else, that would be a huge political development,” Halperin insisted. “It would undermine confidence in some Democrats in the notion of going forward with Secretary Clinton.”As if things couldn’t get any worse for Hillary, as we reported earlier, “The intelligence community has now deemed some of Hillary Clinton’s emails “too damaging” to national security to release under any circumstances, according to a U.S. government official close to the ongoing review.”
As Marco Rubio joked, if Hillary becomes President, her first act will probably be pardoning herself.
[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]