Do you trust Hillary Clinton?
More than 70% of American voters say they do not trust Hillary Clinton. The reasons cited include her email scandals, favoritism to donors, “pay to play” and the real bomb: her alleged piggy bank – The Clinton Foundation. Despite these alarming concerns, voters still want to vote for her. It sounds completely illogical.
If you think someone is lying to you, would you stop believing his/her words? That’s true unless those are the words of Hillary Clinton. You may not believe whatever she says, but you choose her to be your president over Donald Trump. What’s wrong with people?
Why do so many American voters have a tough time distinguishing between Donald Trump’s common sense campaign – delivered in a highly erratic manner and the Clinton political retail marketing bullshit? Emotions aside, let’s get to the bottom line:
“Are Americans electing the nation’s CEO – the president? Or looking to put a ‘pope’ or dad in the public office?”
Donald Trump is far from perfect. In fact, many of his past remarks are deeply offensive to all citizens. Derogatory remarks about women, talking down a federal judge, blaming Mexico for America’s problems, just to name a few. But Trump is indeed a highly successful businessman. You don’t get to become a billionaire by being weak or stupid, no matter if we agree or disagree over his management style.
Donald Trump is hired as a public servant to serve the American public. He is a successful executive and he will be hired (if he wins) to run the world’s largest business – America. That’s a business practice Trump has proven to be very good at. Business acumen is what America urgently needs. Not a nation overly weighted down by social issues, women’s issues, gay issues or even who should pay for your education that benefits you! Get real people!
Choosing Trump is a thumb up for capitalism. Selecting Hillary Cliton is a vote for the establishment. But the establishment is deeply flawed. Just read the latest behind the scene, political maneuvering in the Clinton email scandal. The Wall Street Journal revelation of DOJ and FBI’s internal politics is a grave concern for America:
The latest development began in early October when New York-based FBI officials notified Andrew McCabe, the bureau’s second-in-command, that while investigating Mr. Weiner for possibly sending sexually charged messages to a teenage minor, they had recovered a laptop. Many of the 650,000 emails on the computer, they said, were from the accounts of Ms. Abedin, according to people familiar with the matter. New details show that senior law-enforcement officials repeatedly voiced skepticism of the strength of the evidence in a bureau investigation of the Clinton Foundation, sought to condense what was at times a sprawling cross-country effort, and, according to some people familiar with the matter, told agents to limit their pursuit of the case. The probe of the foundation began more than a year ago to determine whether financial crimes or influence peddling occurred related to the charity.
Some investigators grew frustrated, viewing FBI leadership as uninterested in probing the charity, these people said. Others involved disagreed sharply, defending FBI bosses and saying Mr. McCabe in particular was caught between an increasingly acrimonious fight for control between the Justice Department and FBI agents pursuing the Clinton Foundation case.
The FBI field office in New York had done the most work on the Clinton Foundation case and received help from the FBI field office in Little Rock, the people familiar with the matter said.
In February, FBI officials made a presentation to the Justice Department, according to these people. By all accounts, the meeting didn’t go well.
Some said that is because the FBI didn’t present compelling evidence to justify more aggressive pursuit of the Clinton Foundation, and that the career anticorruption prosecutors in the room simply believed it wasn’t a very strong case. Others said that from the start, the Justice Department officials were stern, icy and dismissive of the case.
“That was one of the weirdest meetings I’ve ever been to,” one participant told others afterward, according to people familiar with the matter.
Anticorruption prosecutors at the Justice Department told the FBI at the meeting they wouldn’t authorize more aggressive investigative techniques, such as subpoenas, formal witness interviews, or grand-jury activity. But the FBI officials believed they were well within their authority to pursue the leads and methods already under way, these people said.
About a week after Mr. Comey’s July announcement that he was recommending against any prosecution in the Clinton email case, the FBI sought to refocus the Clinton Foundation probe, with Mr. McCabe deciding the FBI’s New York office would take the lead, with assistance from Little Rock.
It isn’t unusual for field agents to favor a more aggressive approach than supervisors and prosecutors think is merited. But the internal debates about the Clinton Foundation show the high stakes when such disagreements occur surrounding someone who is running for president.
Hillary Clinton did two huge favors for Morocco during her tenure as secretary of state while the Clinton Foundation accepted up to $28 million in donations from the country’s ruler, King Mohammed VI, according to new information obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group.
The Justice Department official was “very pissed off,” according to one person close to Mr. McCabe, and pressed him to explain why the FBI was still chasing a matter the department considered dormant. Others said the Justice Department was simply trying to make sure FBI agents were following longstanding policy not to make overt investigative moves that could be seen as trying to influence an election. Those rules discourage investigators from making any such moves before a primary or general election, and, at a minimum, checking with anticorruption prosecutors before doing so.
“Are you telling me that I need to shut down a validly predicated investigation?” Mr. McCabe asked, according to people familiar with the conversation. After a pause, the official replied, “Of course not,” these people said.
For Mr. McCabe’s defenders, the exchange showed how he was stuck between an FBI office eager to pour more resources into a case and Justice Department prosecutors who didn’t think much of the case, one person said. Those people said that following the call, Mr. McCabe reiterated past instructions to FBI agents that they were to keep pursuing the work within the authority they had…. Say rigged?
“In Donald Trump’s America, we may not have as many politically correct folks running our public offices.”
We may not have enough time to wait for the perfect one to arrive. Trump is not perfect. Neither is Hillary. When the country can no longer afford paying off its debts, we need Trump to fix it. Not the same o political hacks.