It’s an E-Mail rodeo. You back one buckaroo that is instantly bucked off and replaced by another whose aspirations are short-lived as he/she crashes and burns. The Great Groper (aka Mr. Vulgar) versus the Queen of Elitism. It’s past madness, this rodeo. None of the buckaroos can ride to the full count. Who could pick a winner in this madness? Who wants to? The loser is easy, for sure, that’s you and me.
The Heat is praised by publicly announcing that there was no way to prosecute thereby violating the Heat’s function to investigate and make an evidence file and to let the DOJ come to the conclusion. What prosecutor would proceed after the man says there is no reason to proceed? Sheet, prosecutors decide on cases, not just prosecute them.
So after one buckaroo’s supporters stopped cheering that same buckaroo’s same supporters start booing because the same FBI-er chooses to continue with the investigation. It’s the sequel to Dumb and Dumber, it’s Wrong and Wronger. What’s there to find? Corruption, for sure.
“Some former prosecutors and Justice Department officials said the stir caused by the letter Comey sent Congress Friday announcing the FBI was examining new evidence relevant to the Clinton probe underscored the risks he took when he parted with the usual practice by publicly defending and explaining the FBI’s work on the case, even though no charges were filed.”
“I got a lot of respect for Jim Comey, but I don’t understand this idea of dropping this bombshell which could be a big dud,” said former federal prosector Peter Zeidenberg, a veteran of politically sensitive investigations. “Doing it in the last week or 10 days of a presidential election without more information, I don’t think that he should because how does it inform a voter? It just invites speculation … I would question the timing of it. It’s not going to get done in a week.”
“Nick Akerman, a former assistant U.S. attorney in the Southern District of New York, was more critical: “Director Comey acted totally inappropriately. He had no business writing to Congress about supposed new emails that neither he nor anyone in the FBI has ever reviewed.”
“It is not the function of the FBI director to be making public pronouncements about an investigation, never mind about an investigation based on evidence that he acknowledges may not be significant,” Akerman added. “The job of the FBI is simply to investigate and to provide the results of its investigation to the prosecutorial arm of the U.S. Department of Justice. His job is not to give a running commentary about any investigation or his opinion about any investigation. This is particularly egregious since Secretary Clinton has no way to respond to what amounts to nebulous and speculative innuendo.” http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/hillary-clinton-fbi-james-comey-disclosure-prosecutors-230467
Yee-haw! It’s time for the great round-up! Even with pay for play, insider’s information, corruption to make a buck, breaking a gaggle of rules this cowgirl’s won this rodeo.