Hillary Clinton Too Big To Jail—But Not Too Big To Impeach
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Anyone who knows anyone in America's intelligence community knows that they are absolutely incensed by Hillary's email scandal—here's a typical comment:
Regarding ‪#‎Clinton email issue just announced by the FBI director, here's the deal. As an Army guy who works in Intel I could not even imagine sending something classified or on a sensitive topic over private email. And if I received an email like this I would immediately stop it and bring to the attention of the sender. This is NOT a political matter in my eyes, it is a national security matter and anyone who has handled classified or sensitive content/emails 100% knows (or should know) protocol on this.
Here's Glenn Reynolds (link in original, emphases added):
FBI Director James Comey announced that the FBI will not recommend charges against Hillary. Although he said that there was extreme "carelessness" in handling classified information, the lack of intent to violate the law precluded prosecution. That's a bit of a surprise given that the Department of Justice is currently prosecuting Petty Officer First Class Kristian Saucier for a similar crime where no intent was involved. This gives rise to suspicions, verging on certainty, that the law is different when your name is Clinton, that laws are for the "little people" and not those in charge.
The obvious answer to this flagrantly unequal, Third World-style "justice": the Congressional GOP should simply announce that, if Clinton is elected President, they will impeach her.

VDARE.com has repeatedly argued that the seismic stress on American institutions caused by nation-breaking immigration will ultimately have to be relieved by impeachment—of legislating judges, of public officials, of Presidents. The Stupid Party, of course, has reacted stupidly, not noticing that Democrats regularly discuss impeachment when they think they might benefit (another reason Donald Trump should select an immigration-patriot VP).

It's a vulgar error to think that impeachment is only appropriate in the case of a crime, as I explained here. But Hillary Clinton quite clearly has committed a crime.

What is the GOP waiting for—ah, fuhgeddaboutit.


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