Politics,Thanksgiving,Government,Judge Andrew Napolitano,Culture
Rather than blaming her loss in the presidential election on FBI Director James Comey, Hillary Clinton should have blamed it on herself.
The forgotten man decided the presidential election. Donald Trump persuaded the forgotten man to repose his anger and frustration and power.
FBI Director James Comey behaved as if he were his most infamous predecessor, J. Edgar Hoover.
Judge Andrew Napolitano gives the backstory on the decision by James Comey, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) not to prosecute Clinton.
What if there is a sense of hopelessness in the land? What if this hopelessness is bred by a government that kills, lies, steals, conceals and denies?
The same is true for Donald Trump’s tax returns and Hillary Clinton’s emails. Do media find these matters material to the public interest?
What if the most remarkable aspect of this election is not how much the two principal candidates disagree with each other but how much they actually agree?
Donald Trump utterly failed to capitalize on Hillary Clinton’s greatest vulnerabilities–corruption and dishonesty. She clobbered him at the debate.
No person shall … be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law…” — Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution