The “Fix” Must Be In With The FBI/DOJ’s Investigation Of Secretary Of State Clinton....
The “Fix” Must Be In With The FBI/DOJ’s Investigation Of Secretary Of State Clinton….
Over a month ago, President Obama officially endorsed Secretary of State Clinton as the Democratic Party nominee for President. What was curious about the President’s endorsement was the fact that Secretary of Clinton is currently under investigation by the FBI, along with her husband for alleged wrong-doings by operating their charity organization, The Clinton Foundation. To compound the problems for the Clintons was the recent news that the Attorney General, Loretta Lynch met secretly – or it was supposed to be secretly – with President Clinton in an airplane hangar in Arizona. For any lawyer, especially brilliant lawyers like the Attorney General and President Clinton, they should have known that such a meeting was fraught with ethical legal problems. With this backdrop, it seems as though that the ‘fix’ must be in with the FBI/DOJ’s investigation of Secretary of State Clinton.
It is understood that a President Hillary Clinton would likely carry on the policies of President Obama, which would, in essence, be a defacto third term for the President; but President Clinton is a party to the current investigations and the fact that he appointed Miss Lynch as a United States Attorney years ago underscores the ethical dilemma. Even an average law student like me knows the meaning of “ex parte” or “the Appearance of Impropriety” and the private meeting should not have been done, unless it was deliberate and was meant not to be discovered. This may be so because this secret meeting between Attorney General Lynch and President Clinton was only made public because they were outed by a local Arizonan reporter who was told of said secret meet. The question that begs itself is why not divulge this meet if there were nothing wrong… and to meet for a half an hour is even more ethically problematic.
I cannot believe that Secretary of State Clinton sanctioned this meet between her husband and the Attorney General because Mrs. Clinton knows that it is a constant refrain… from poling… that many of the voting public at large, on either side of the political isle, does not trust her. Now with the secret meeting between the Attorney General and President Clinton makes it look like that the Clintons were trying to influence the outcome of the FBI/DOJ’s investigations and that Miss Lynch was privy and welcomed the apparent ‘undue influence.’ It is a situation like this why the voting public has no confidence in politicians and gravitates towards supposed outsiders like Senator Saunders and novice politicians like Donald Trump.
As someone who resides in New York and is privy to Attorney General Lynch’s legal work, I can honestly say that she did a stellar job here in New York in her prosecutions of those who broke the law - Democrats and Republicans alike - before she became the Attorney General. I would hate to think that Washington, D.C. has corrupted Miss Lynch like so many before her… adding to the venal milieu of the partisan political system. I say again, as an attorney by training, I do not understand why Miss Lynch would meet with President Clinton, an integral, material party to the ongoing investigations, for such a long time. Miss Lynch should have known that a meeting with interested parties to her conspicuous criminal investigations, in light of the people involved and the potential political ramifications, would provide legitimate fodder… and moreover, implicates the justice system’s mantra that no one is above the law - not even the Clintons. I have used Bob Dylan's Song - Like a Rolling Stone - to help flesh out the themes of this blog. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sftw5k_JRs