Hillary continues run for President while Snowden remains in exile for similar crime.
It is incredible to see Hillary Clinton continue her run for office despite being a criminal who ought to be sent to prison. A recent New York Times report revealed that Clinton was transmitting classified information through her email. The report came months after her campaign denied that any classified material was sent to her computer. Using a personal computer to transmit such material is equivalent to breaching “national security” – precisely what Edward Snowden was indicted for. While Snowden is often regarded as a “traitor” to this day, leftists champion Hillary Clinton as their choice for President.
Clinton’s comments on Snowden in a February interview with The Washington Examiner are astonishing given what she was caught doing herself. She said, “I can never condone what he did”, despite basically doing the same thing.
The reason for such hypocrisy stems from Hillary being chosen by the globalists to be next after Obama. With the Washington Examiner reporting yesterday that Trump beat Hillary in a poll, and Clinton’s recent email scandal negatively impacting her campaign – the establishment seems poised to replace her if necessary.
Joe Biden, who barely qualified to be Vice President in the first place, recently teased a run which substantiates that he is their second choice. Another wild rumor from last month saw reports that Al Gore was gearing up for a run as well.
There is a cloud of uncertainty hanging over the Clinton campaign and it isn’t going away. With more information leaking about her email scandal and the information she had stored on her personal computer, one can only hope that justice will prevail. It’s prudent for the FBI to make the correct ruling even if Clinton just gets replaced by someone similarly as awful. When you consider how poorly Edward Snowden was treated for essentially the same crime, Hillary walking away unscathed from her current circumstance would set a dangerous precedent for the future.