“He either fears his fate too much,
Or his desserts are small,
Who dares not put it to the touch,
To win or lose it all!”
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"While we may not know what is in those deleted emails, our enemies probably know every single one of them." – Trump pic.twitter.com/y6XzNfrmDp
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 22, 2016
This cuts to the heart of Clinton’s problem.
Russia has the emails.
Russia has all of the emails, which means that if she isn’t indicted, the FBI and DOJ get implicated in the fallout.
Here is the scenario. Russia releases one email with highly classified information in it, preferably one marked classified. (They only need to release one, and that gives them the freedom to pick one that only hurts our interests and not theirs.)
One of two things will be true:
- It is an email that Clinton turned over the FBI, and they had it and chose not to indict her with it, or
- It is one of the 33,000 she deleted, which implicates their failure to get the emails before she was able to destroy the evidence, and brings the other 32,999 emails into play.
There’s no way out for her. Russia has them. Everyone has them. Do you think Israel wants another 8 years of Obama Policy? Hell no. So they will release them if Russia doesn’t. China would rather deal with Trump that Hillary the Superhawk, so they will release them.
The emails are coming. The only question is whose timing they will come on.
You know what I like about this? Only one Ivy Leaguer in the the whole list.
So now the Feds Want to Lower Legal Driving Limit to .05%. It’s already at .08%. It used to be at 0.1%. When we lowered it from 0.1 to 0.08, fatalities due to alcohol actually increased. Why?
Because cops can’t tell that you are drunk at 0.08 without a breathalyzer. It doesn’t effect your driving enough to be able to tell. At 0.1, cops find drunks by driving their beats and pulling over people weaving around and blowing stop signs like a drunk. People at 0.08 don’t do those things, so you can’t catch them that way.
So, what did the cops do? They start setting up roadblocks. They take tons of cops off the street, and put them all in one place. That one place, BTW, is one that is ridiculously easy to see ahead of time and avoid. So, they aren’t getting any real drunks at the road block, and they aren’t out on the street looking for the drunks. (The point of a roadblock is to let them come to you.) And even then, they are screwing up traffic for everyone else (who is going to get rear ended if a drunk does show up to the roadblock.)
Now, the NTSB wants to arrest people who are impossible to detect without a still-questionable technology in a quest to try to create more statistics based crimes.