Hillary Clinton was never going to be criminally indicted.
Re-read Director Comey’s statement with regards to an attorney undertaking to convict this specific person.
“Although there is evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.
In other words, there isn’t an attorney in their right mind who would pick a case that clearly can not be won. It would be suicide by bombing. Comey’s real case, as I see it, is to forestall anyone from giving it a go. Because he is privy to the behemoth of evidence, it is not enough to convict her criminally.
There is no precedence for charging a Hillary Clinton with criminal negligence for mishandling classified emails.
A Hillary Clinton: former first lady; former United States Senator; former Secretary of State; and, current Democratic nominee for the Highest office in the land. In addition to the power each bullet point on her resume’ wields, The Clinton Machine.
Comey’s belief seems to be, there is absolutely no way to win a case from an indictment, when the defendant is Hillary Clinton; therefore, Comey didn’t indict. It’s the only plausible argument to sever the FBI from recommending charges.
There is enough serious evidence to level charges against an individual, but there isn’t enough evidence to win against her.
“To be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. To the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions. But that is not what we are deciding now.”
Donald Trump was never going to lose Trump U civil case.
The Republican nominee for the Highest office in the land, is counting on the same argument for him, if he were to become our next president. Donald Trump already has enough power to, in my opinion, intimidate a judge into delaying the Trump University case until after the election.
Imagine Trump as president. There would be little to stop him. His influence purchased over many, many decades as a burearocrat, would make him nearly, if not completely untouchable.