Will Clinton Skate Charges Again?

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will likely skate past charges related to her alleged abuse of White House communications when she used a private email server as her business email playground during her tenure as secretary of state.

CNN reported there would likely be no charges because investigators hadn’t found enough evidence during their investigation.

The investigation is shrouded in secrecy, as the FBI isn’t expected to release transcripts, so the details will no doubt ‘disappear’ in usual Clinton fashion.

Former Governor Mike Huckabee points out the incredulous fact that Clinton signed a sworn affidavit specifically stating she turned over all emails, but actually didn’t do so, and that important fact has been ignored.

During a Fox News “Fox & Friends” program, Huckabee stated:

“It started back during the Bill Clinton scandal with Monica Lewinsky … we know Hillary signed an affidavit saying under the penalty of perjury she turned over all of her emails and then we know she most certainly did not. How come she’s going to get away with that? I guarantee you none of you guys would get away with it. I wouldn’t.”

Huckabee made another good point when he said that if Clinton becomes president and then faces criminal charges, “it would be a disaster for the country.”

Although Bill Clinton’s recent secret meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch supposedly had no impact on the result of the investigation, it seemed to come about at just the right time.

The announcement of Clinton’s exoneration is conveniently due to take place just before the Democratic National Convention.

The timing is impeccable.

It appears this private email server incident will be tied up with a little bow and neatly tucked away in the ‘Clinton vault of incidents’.

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump claims the system is rigged, and it’s certainly difficult not to think this is the case, considering the ongoing history of abuse of power in the Clinton dynasty.

From Whitewater to Benghazi, from cattle futures and the loss of $6 billion at the State Department, this is just one more incident of abuse to add to the pile.

The rug must be getting awfully thick with all the Clinton scandals being swept under it.