FBI Investigation of Hillary Nearly Complete – Who Are the Potential Big Winners?
The FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails and home server is coming to a close.
All that remains is reviewing the information, and interviewing Clinton staff and Hillary herself.
Of course, the BIG question here is, so what’s next?
Will the FBI recommend charges, and will Obama indict Hillary?
If so, what happens to the Democratic Presidential nomination?
Well, the two big winners after all the smoke clears could end up being Barack Obama and Bernie Sanders.
The FBI, led by Director James Comey, has now finished examining Clinton’s private emails and home server. And the sources add that Comey’s FBI team has been joined by the Justice Department prosecutors. Together, they are now examining the evidence, analyzing relevant laws, and attempting to arrange interviews with key figures in the investigation.
Those interviews, according to attorneys, will include former State Department aides Philippe Reines, Former Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, and Clinton herself.
Soon after those interviews — in the next few days and weeks — officials expect Director Comey to make his recommendation to Attorney General Loretta Lynch about potential criminal charges.
Get ready for a Bernie Sanders nomination and presidency, since Sanders beats Trump by a wider margin than Clinton. I explain in the following appearance on CNN International that Clinton faces FBI indictment, and in another CNN Internationalappearance that Bernie Sanders is the best hope against Donald Trump.
For Democrats to search anywhere else other than Bernie Sanders, if Clinton eventually faces criminal indictment, would be yet another criminal act by the establishment.
Also, remember that President Obama benefits just as much from potential FBI and DOJ indictments. During debates with Sanders, Clinton boasted that “Obama picked me” as his Secretary of State; a sign that the president trusted her judgement and decision-making. Their political ties and stature within the Democratic Party make them joined at the hip, especially in terms of how future historians will write about this era in American politics.
While Clinton has campaigned upon the belief that she’d further Obama’s legacy, the reality is that Clinton must face legal repercussions for the White House to evade being linked to her email fiasco. Politically, it’s the best outcome for the White House and would prevent Obama’s legacy from being associated with Hillary Clinton’s quest for “convenience.”
So, if Obama has shielded himself from Hillary’s emails, it’s wishful thinking for her to believe that Obama won’t back an indictment.
With an indictment, Hillary’s march to The White House is done.
Even if the FBI recommends charges, but The White House doesn’t indict, the public pressure on Hillary will intensify.
Bernie Sanders… in a technical knockout… wins the Presidency?