They Refused To Prosecute Hillary, The Reason Why Will Make Your Blood Boil

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The justice system treats people differently based on circumstances, and you don’t have to look further than this case to see it firsthand.

There’s no denying the fact that the democratic nominee for president, Hillary Clinton, broke the law by using a personal email server – giving hackers an easy way to steal classified information. But apparently, that won’t prevent her from running for office.

In fact, the F.B.I. has just made some recommendations for the Justice Department in regards to prosecuting Clinton, but they aren’t what any level-headed patriot would suggest.

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In a press conference Tuesday morning, F.B.I. Director James B. Comey said that although Clinton’s staff was “extremely careless”, he believes that “no reasonable prosecutor” would pursue charges against Clinton, and with the body count that family has, who could blame him? Seriously, it always seems like “something” happens to people trying to bring the Clintons to justice.

Now, nobody has cleared Hillary of any wrongdoing, but just because someone breaks the law doesn’t mean they will be punished. Jail time isn’t for the rich, as we’ve seen over and over again. Plus, as the F.B.I director said, it would just be too hard, and too much work to prosecute Clinton. If there’s one thing government entities hate to do, it’s work hard for the people.

This announcement by the F.B.I. only furthers the narrative that the Clintons are above the law. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has previously stated that she would take the FBI’s recommendation on the presidential candidate, so don’t expect any criminal charges to be brought against Clinton.

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This announcement also comes as a shock, as in recent days over a thousand Clinton private server emails were released by the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks. The site’s founder, Julian Assange, stated that these emails would surely be enough to indict Hillary, however that definitely did not happen.

Clinton has said previously that she never used her private email when dealing with classified information, however investigators found 12 “Top Secret” documents on her server. For the record, that is the highest level of classification in our government. To say this is simply negligence is laughable, but that’s the story our F.B.I. is going with. Again, people who oppose the Clintons oftentimes end up in body bags, so Comey was probably covering himself.

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Unfortunately, this announcement only strengthens the Clinton campaign, as this is one less thing for them to worry about. The whole investigation gives a lot of insight into the Clinton base, as well. Clearly, following the rules is not something Democrats value. Nor do they care about having a competent leader (come on, how can you be president if you can’t email?). One can only hope they wake up from their state of stupor.

Hillary Clinton has called her use of a private server a “mistake”, however she doesn’t think she should receive any punishment, and apparently the F.B.I. and U.S. Attorney General agree. Had she been any normal civilian these leaked emails would have led to prosecution. However, she is a Clinton, and they get to play by a different set of rules.

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How Democrats can allow her to be their candidate speaks volumes about that party. Do you really want her in the White House? I certainly hope not!