"Everyone is equal under our laws, right? Only some people are a lot more 'equal'. It's hard for me to fathom how these criminals can get away with what they do. Al Capone is, no doubt, extremely jealous of the way the clintons and their fellow criminals get away with just about anything they want. The swamp still harbors the snakes it always has and there is no sign that's really changing much, at least not so far."
The thing to understand, what has always been the most important thing to understand, is that Jim Comey was out in front, but he was not calling the shots. On the right, the commentariat is in full-throttle outrage over the revelation that former FBI Director Comey began drafting his statement exonerating Hillary Clinton in April 2016 – more than two months before he delivered the statement at his now famous July 5 press conference. The news appears in a letter written to new FBI Director Christopher Wray by two senior Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans, Chairman Chuck Grassley and Senator Lindsey Graham. Pundits and the Trump administration are shrieking because this indicates the decision to give the Democrats’ nominee a pass was clearly made long before the investigation was over, and even long before key witnesses, including Clinton herself, were interviewed.
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