Yes. We know.
There’s got to be something really freeing about having the word “former” in front of your title.
In this case, former assistant FBI director, James Kallstrom, had a few choice words for Democrat presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton. His previous position may have prevented him from saying some of the things he feels free to say, now.
Speaking in a radio interview with John Catsimatidis, Kallstrom put it out there.
“The Clintons, that’s a crime family, basically,” Kallstrom said. “It’s like organized crime. I mean the Clinton Foundation is a cesspool.”
Kallstrom, best known for leading the investigation into the explosion of TWA flight 800 in the late ’90s, said that Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, was a “pathological liar.”
Kallstrom didn’t limit his bomb throwing to just the Clinton Crime Family. Obama’s corrupt and worthless Attorney General Loretta Lynch was called out, as well.
He also blasted Attorney General Loretta Lynch, claiming that she impeded the investigation into Clinton’s private server.
“The problem here is this investigation was never a real investigation,” he said. “That’s the problem. They never had a grand jury empanelled, and the reason they never had a grand jury empanelled, I’m sure, is Loretta Lynch would not go along with that.”
“God forbid we put someone like that in the White House,” he added of Clinton.
Of course Lynch wouldn’t go along with that. Some actual justice might end up being meted out. It would be totally out of character for the DoJ under the Obama regime.
And as for his former agency’s involvement, Kallstrom wanted people to know that the rank-and-file FBI agents weren’t responsible for the obstructed justice that should have been delivered to Hillary Clinton’s door. That was all Comey and FBI leadership.
“The agents are furious with what’s going on, I know that for a fact,” he said.
And I have to believe that there are enough good men working for the bureau that he is correct. Whether or not we finally see any justice from this latest revelation of uncovered emails is up in the air. I really hope we do, sooner, rather than later.
I wouldn’t look for it this year, however.