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Monday, October 31, 2016

Tancredo: Hillary Clinton Should Step Down to Avoid Constitutional Crisis

The announcement by the FBI that it has reopened the criminal investigation into Hillary’s email server is more than an embarrassment to the Clinton presidential campaign.

It is a ticking time bomb that could do more damage to our country than the Watergate scandal if allowed to explode.

The Watergate investigation revealed Nixon’s attempted cover-up of the June 1972 break-in at Democratic National Committee HQ at the Watergate Hotel. It was the cover-up that led to Nixon’s downfall, not the break-in.

The FBI investigation has already revealed Hillary Clinton’s perjury, and a new investigation of additional classified documents shared through her personal email server can lead to criminal indictments—unless the FBI itself wants to fall on its sword in a far more visible and viral cover-up than we have seen to date.

It is not at all clear that the FBI has not already been hopelessly compromised: Did the FBI have knowledge of Barack Obama’s participation in the illegal email server and the president’s lies about it to the public? Who will investigate the investigators?

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

During Watergate, it was the threat from Hunt that he will expose the "Bay of Pigs thing" that brought down the Whitehouse.

Nixon certainly did not tape record himself talking about felonies. He was recorded by intelligence of course. Intelligence works for the bankers (richest people on the planet). They used intelligence against the POTUS.

Anonymous said...

1:09 Whew! You better up the lithium dose.

Anonymous said...


IIRC, Nixon installed the recording system as a perceived aid in later writing his memoirs, as he was of modest means. Certainly never expected that it would prove to be his undoing. See the info about 'the missing 18 minutes' for insight.

Hillary just upped the ante to thousands, tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands of emails that went missing. And instead of one secretary doing the deed she had an extensive supporting cast.