Clinton–Obama Emails: The Key to Understanding Why Hillary Wasn’t Indicted

The caper of the emails of Hillary Clinton was the President Barrack Obama, not actually the FBI, and most definitely not the Department of Justice (DOJ) (See, e.g., here, here, and here.) What is absolutely inevitable, is a decision. In actuality, Barrack Obama, has been using an email account with a pseudonym. He has repeatedly texted and communicated with Hillary Clinton over her private email account.

Of course, we can surely say that these emails probably have at least some classified information that no one is supposed to see. But of course, we must consider their behavior and the nature of consultations between presidents and secretaries of state. There are broad outlines of Barrack Obama’s own executive order. This is  defining classified intelligence. Of course, we must not forget the fact that the Administration of President Barrack Obama has adamantly refused to disclose emails between Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama. If, somehow, these classified information were mishandled, it could mean that they would be mishandled on both ends of these email exchanges.

However, Hillary Clinton could be charged. The involvement of Barrack Obama is culpable. During the prosecution of Hillary Clinton, the information in the email exchange between Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama would have most likely been in the spotlight. For the prosecution, that would be in a way, more proof of willful mishandling of intelligence that could damage the country. And, more significantly, for the defense of Hillary Clinton, they would also show that Obama was complicit in Clinton’s conduct yet faced no criminal charges.

This is the number one reason why an indictment of secretary Hillary Clinton will probably never happen. The newest shocking disclosures of text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page illustrate exactly this. For just one moment, it is better to put aside the latest controversy, which is the failure of the FBI to retain five months of text messages between Strzok and Page.

One Comment

  • Sam Ball

    It seems that there is one set of laws and punishments for the political class and yet another for the rest of us. I do not think that is in compliance with the constitution.

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