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Hillary’s Criminal Activity Ends Her Career?

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Hillary’s Criminal Activity Ends Her Career?

Post by Lobo on Sun 23 Aug 2015, 5:04 pm

Hillary’s Criminal Activity Ends Her Career?
Posted on August 23, 2015 by Martin Armstrong


 
Hillary’s “trust” rating nationally is at best 37%. Nobody with half a brain trusts her. But what the press is not reporting is rather stark. The FBI is controlled by the White House. There is absolutely no possible way the FBI would be investigating Hillary during a run for the Presidency as a Democrat when there is a Democratic White House.
Hillary clearly sold influence with foreign governments for donations to her charity. Then she rents beach mansions paying over $100,000 for 2 weeks illustrating she speaks of the poor and lives at the high end of the spectrum. She is about as real as Santa Claus.
The Democrats see they will not win with Hillary. There is no love-loss between the Clintons and Obama. So the FBI is probing because they need to prepare the way for her nosedive. Obama supports Biden, not Hillary. Therein lies the interesting aspect for 2016. It looks like revolution inside both parties. Will some third party emerge from the defections of each? Perhaps. It may also be just outright internal war inside each party that the Press is not reporting so far.

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