The Clintons Are Not Above the Law: Justice Must Be Served

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What message does it send to the American people when they see criminals being let off because of their connections, wealth and social standing; knowing full well that others who might commit such crimes would be indicted and incarcerated?

Don’t get me wrong, I am rooting for President-elect Donald Trump to be a successful president. I want to see him put America back together after Obama disassembled this country on so many levels. I want to see an end to the violence and the gunning down of our brave police officers. I want our border to be shored up. I want Roe Vs Wade to be struck down by a Conservative SCOTUS.

There are many things which need fixing in America.  Obama was the lawless president. He cared not for the rule of law nor did he care for our Constitution.  But is Donald Trump going to begin his presidency by turning a blind eye to the crimes committed by the Clintons in their Foundation?  Can he just wink at the “Pay to play” between the Clinton Foundation and Saudi Arabia and Qatar, where millions of dollars poured into that phony institution from countries who also funded terrorism worldwide – while Hillary Clinton was the Secretary of State?

Perhaps Trump is not showing his hand

Donald Trump is a very smart man. It could be that he is diverting attention away from the Clinton Foundation scandal for now. After he is sworn in on January 20th,  his Attorney General and the Justice Department could open the case against the Clintons. I believe that not making good on his promise to investigate the Foundation will not sit right with the general public.  These people are not above the law.

From Newsmax.com

Ashcroft: Clinton Can Still Be Prosecuted Against Trump’s Wishes

Even though President-elect Donald Trump no longer wants to pursue prosecution against Hillary Clinton for either her private email server or for activities surrounding the Clinton Foundation, that doesn’t mean her legal woes are over, former Attorney General John Ashcroft said Tuesday.

“I would hasten to mention though that it’s pretty well-known that there are a number of other investigations regarding the Clinton Foundation,” Ashcroft, who served under President George W. Bush, told Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” co-host Bill Hemmer.

“I don’t think that what the president-elect has said would foreclose following those investigations to an appropriate conclusion,” he continued, “and if they found that there was some sort of a prosecution or legal action that was merited there, I don’t think that what has been said today would foreclose action on those issues.”

Earlier on Tuesday, Trump senior adviser Kellyanne Conway confirmed an MSNBC “Morning Joe” report that Trump wouldn’t pursue the prosecution, following months of telling supporters at rallies he would do just that, leading to the often repeated chant of “lock her up” in response.

“When the president-elect tells you he doesn’t wish to pursue the charges, it sends a strong message,” Conway told the program. “He’s thinking of many different things as he prepares to become the president of the United States, and things that sound like the campaign are not among them.”

Trump himself also addressed the report during a meeting with reporters and editors at The New York Times Tuesday afternoon, commenting that he doesn’t “want to hurt the Clintons, I really don’t. She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways.”

Ashcroft also on Tuesday commented on the choice of Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions for attorney general, saying that he will “support the rule of law and to do it equally for all citizens.”

“Well he does it by enforcing the law equitably and equally, for all citizens and he doesn’t pick and choose between categories of law with which the administration might not be pleased,” said Ashcroft. “We accept the law as enacted by the Congress, signed by previous presidents and if the law is to be changed it ought to be changed by the Congress in conjunction with the signature of a president or a veto override of the president.”

President Barack Obama’s executive orders, though, went against that, said Ashcroft, but Sessions does not stand for such suspensions of the rules of law.- source

Hillary and Bill Clinton are criminals and they should be subject to the rule of law, just like any American citizens.  Let us hope and pray that justice is done.  Their corruption is something which needs to be put to rest – behind bars.

MARANATHA

 

2 thoughts on “The Clintons Are Not Above the Law: Justice Must Be Served

  1. I totally agree Geri. The Clinton’s need to be brought to justice for their crimes against the United States. However, I think Trump is a very intelligent man and I’m sure there are things that he has since learned that we may not be privy to at this juncture. Promises that were made on the campaign trail may not necessarily be at the forefront as he makes preparation to enter office. He recently has staffed himself with experts from every field who will become a part of making this transitional history. From what I understand, Trump is well known for surrounding himself with the best people. They may be advising him to hold off, and that would make perfect sense to me.

    With all the rioting, protests, officer shootings and the sweeping anger of the BLM movement, there is little he can do to diffuse the situation currently. Anything Trump says or does at this point would only agitate the progressives more and they would likely push back even harder — something I believe Barack Obama is hoping for in order to preserve his precious so called “legacy”. He has done nothing to diffuse the situation, but quite the opposite. I believe it’s very calculated on his part. We still have two months before Trump enters office and allot can happen between now and then. I think Trump knows this and is just biding his time. I would hate to see even more massive protests break out to the point that Obama declares martial law. That could spell disaster for our country. So I tend to think that Trump is making a very intelligent move in pulling back for the moment until he has gained the executive power to go forth with preserving law and order.

    Trump also has the arduous task of bringing a divided country together. Going after the Clinton’s with a vengeance right now will continue to perpetuate the “us against them” mentality with progressives. Regardless of how wrong we feel the progressives have been, we still have to find a way to live in harmony with them to the best of our ability. We need to allow Trump some time to reach out to progressives and win them over. After all, he will be their president too. So perhaps some of these concessions might be his way of offering an olive branch long enough to win them over and make them see that the lies and fear mongering they were being spoon fed by the Clinton’s during their campaign were a calculated attempt to get their vote. It’s a slippery slope for Trump right now and I would not want to be in his shoes. He has to think of the bigger picture.

    Lastly, it would behoove him to remove himself from prosecuting the Clinton’s and allow the justice system to kick in. This doesn’t necessarily mean the Clinton’s won’t be prosecuted, but that Trump himself won’t be going after her… at least publicly. It would make sense for him to focus on the office of President and allow a new government system that he helped create to take it from here. It takes him off the hook so to speak. If that’s the case, it’s a very smart move on his part. We need Trump to focus on “us” right now instead of a process that could take several years in a court room before anyone is sentenced. There is much to do to make America great again. I say let the prosecutors handle the Clinton’s and all who participated and enabled them to do their dirty work. I want Trump to tend to “our” needs as a country first.

    I believe we have to heal as a country if we are to go forth. It’s not enough to silence the progressives, but we have to find common ground with them somehow. My mom use to say… “Whenever you take your hand out of the Lions mouth, do it very slowly and carefully”. If we move in and try to cut off and silence the progressives with an iron fist, we are essentially doing the exact same thing the Clinton’s did with Conservatives. They tried to silence us, and look what happened? They lost half the country as well as the election. We don’t want to make the same mistake. I agree that we need to support Trump and give him a chance. If anything, I love him more for the the way he has been handling himself since he won the election. He has show this country what a great leader he truly is.

    I would say, let’s hang on, wait and see what happens and put our trust in a sovereign God, who I believe put Trump in office for a reason. We can’t see what’s ahead, so we have to pray and trust our Lord to provide for our country and continue to spread the gospel of Jesus to as many people as possible. Jesus said told us to love our enemies, and pray for those who persecute us. I think that’s were we need to be focused.

    Even if in the end the Clinton’s walk away without being prosecuted, I believe God would have a hand in that as well. In the end, there is no jail time or punishment that we could possibly give them that would be worse than what awaits them when they come face to face with our God. One way or another justice WILL be served. They may get away with their crimes in this life, but I can guarantee you they won’t in the next life, that is unless they come to the saving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. That is their ONLY hope. If I were the Clinton’s I would be more fearful of what awaits me in the next life then having the entire justice system come crashing down upon them.

    I hope you don’t mind my ramblings here, but these are the thoughts that keep running around in my head the past few days.

    Love you Geri! As always you do an amazing job of bringing these issues to light.
    Jenny

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