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FBI recommends no indictment for Hilary Clinton regarding e-mail scandal: Is Hilary Clinton getting away with a crime due to her fame, power, and political connections?

FBI recommends no indictment for Hilary Clinton regarding e-mail scandal: Is Hilary Clinton getting away with a crime due to her fame, power, and political connections?
  • Yes, Hillary Clinton is escaping the grasp of due process

    While she was appropriately investigated, she is getting out without even a slap on the wrist for a series of crimes that is punishable by prison time for the rest of the non-celebrity individuals in the USA. There were thousands of emails sent with classified information, and each one should have had a penalty attached to it. Instead, after all of this investigation, she is merely getting a "man. You really should have known better."

  • Hillary Clinton is getting away with criminal activity

    Hillary Clinton is clearly getting away with criminal activity due to her fame, power, and political influence. Does anybody in their right mind think that they, as a private individual, what get away with the same or similar conduct? When people like Donald Trump Say the system is rigged, this is exactly what they mean. And they are correct.

  • Yes, Hillary Clinton is getting away with committing federal crimes due to her power and political connections.

    Yes, Hillary Clinton is getting away with committing federal crimes because of her political connections and power. The first day she was in the office of the Secretary of State, she was required to sign a form stating that she understood the State Department's rules regarding emails and the handling of classified information. Despite acknowledging that she read it and understood it, along with the penalties that are clearly outlined in the form, she still repeatedly violated those laws as outlined on the form that she signed.

  • No, the FBI has done a thorough investigation.

    The FBI has spent countless hours and manpower investigating the e-mail scandal, which appears to be mostly harmless. They would not waste all that time and money searching through the e-mails and questioning people if a crime had truely been committed. While they may not get everything right, this should be over.


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