Emailgate Isn’t Going Away Hillary: New NSA Concern Revealed

Drip, drip, drip. The sounds of the faucet of doom for Hillary Rodham Clinton. Do you ever stop and wonder how she is still walking around free? We do. Another Federal Agency has reason to come after Mrs. Clinton. Will we ever see the end of the corruption, misconduct, lies and debauchery? For now, we won’t hold our breath.

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As Written By John R. Schindler for the Observer:

For a year now, Hillary Clinton’s misuse of email during her tenure as secretary of state has hung like a dark cloud over her presidential campaign. As I told you months ago, email-gate isn’t going away, despite the best efforts of Team Clinton to make it disappear. Instead, the scandal has gotten worse, with never-ending revelations of apparent misconduct by Ms. Clinton and her staff. At this point, email-gate may be the only thing standing between Ms. Clinton and the White House this November.

Specifically, the Federal Bureau of Investigation examination of email-gate, pursuant to provisions of the Espionage Act, poses a major threat to Ms. Clinton’s presidential aspirations. However, even if the FBI recommends prosecution of her or members of her inner circle for mishandling of classified information—which is something the politically unconnected routinely do face prosecution for—it’s by no means certain that the Department of Justice will follow the FBI’s lead.

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