American’s Greatest Comedy – Hillary Clinton Investigated … And Cleared … Twice

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Nov 07 2016
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With a day left before the 2016 Presidential Election on November 8, the supposedly prestigious FBI has done another comical stunt – declaring they are done reviewing a whopping 650,000 emails in 8-day since the agency reopened the email case on October 28. Hours later, Trump told his supporters – “You can’t review 650,000 new emails in eight days! You can’t do it, folks!”


Trump got it wrong because apparently, not only the FBI managed to review the 650,000 emails in such a short time-frame, FBI Director James Comey has also cleared Hillary Clinton – for the second time since the first one back in July. This is the first time in the history of America where a presidential candidate has been investigated, and cleared – twice!


In July, FBI Director James Comey announced that the FBI will not recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of email while serving as Secretary of State. The FBI director merely remarked that Clinton was “extremely careless” in storing classified information on her private email server – a slap on the wrist and the case was closed.


On October 28, James Comey released a memo to his agents explaining his decision to reopen the criminal investigation against Hillary Clinton. The memo was sent just after Comey told eight Democratic leaders and eight Republican leaders on Capitol Hill about his decision to link the emails found during an investigation of disgraced former New York congressman Anthony Weiner.


Mr Weiner’s wife was Huma Abedin who happens to be Hillary Clinton’s most trusted aide and top advisor. Anthony Weiner was being investigated over allegations that he sent sexually explicit text messages and lewd photos to a 15-year-old girl, in the knowledge that she was still at school. Hillary Clinton’s rating has since taken a beating – until Sunday.


On Sunday, in another flip-flop, FBI announced that its review of those emails had not changed the conclusions it reached over the summer, when Director Comey recommended no charges be filed after a year-long investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server, even though he called her handling of classified information “extremely careless.”


It appears that James Comey has successfully been persuaded, threatened or even bribed into clearing Hillary Clinton after Donald Trump’s rating skyrockets since the reopening of the email scandal. But the latest comical stunt also means the election is highly rigged, delivering a humiliating slap on the American system.


However, even after the liberal mainstream media cooked up polls and direct intervention from White House and Department of Justice to help Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump could deliver a setback simply because Americans, especially the whites, were too sick with all the dirty drama.


Nearly 42 million Americans have already voted for president before the FBI’s latest stunt. Early voters turned out in record numbers in key battleground states such as Florida, North Carolina and Nevada. Initial data shows Hispanic turnout among early voters will outpace the 2012 and 2008 presidential elections, which is good news for Clinton.


Unfortunately, registered Democrats in Florida and North Carolina have “smaller leads” over registered Republicans among early voters in 2016 than they did in 2012, a sign that Trump could win both states with a strong showing on Election Day. Florida and North Carolina are keys to Clinton’s victory. To ensure a win, Hillary must win both Florida and North Carolina.


While Hispanic’s turnout has been great, the percentage of African-Americans turning out to vote in Florida is down. And that’s bad news to Clinton because the African-Americans overwhelmingly support Hillary Clinton, the same way they did for Barack Obama. This means the African-Americans could have second thought about blindly voting for the Democrats.


In North Carolina, more than 3 million ballots have been casted, outpacing 2012, when 2.8 million voted early. Like Florida, the Hispanic’s turnout is up here. However, the share of Hispanic voters is smaller in North Carolina than Florida. The bad news is African-Americans turnout is down 11% during early voting in North Carolina.


Donald Trump is banking on voters in Ohio and Iowa. Initial data suggests more whites are voting in Ohio while the turnout in the Hispanic vote fails to offset lower turnout among African-Americans – good news for Trump. If the same trend continues on Election Day, Trump could win Ohio without much problem.


In Iowa, Republicans and Democrats are turning out at a lower rate than previous elections, but the drop off among Republicans is much less. The FBI’s latest flip-flop could deal a deadly blow to Clinton instead of helping her simply because the drama was so fake it smells cheating and rigging miles away.


Trump is trying to swing Michigan and Pennsylvania to his favour. Michigan hasn’t voted for a Republican presidential nominee since 1988. There isn’t much Trump can do at the eleventh hour. But he surely can watch with popcorn and Coke on how Clinton struggles with African-Americans everywhere – from Michigan to Deep South. The media has failed to report Black’s defection to Trump.


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