Higher Bar to Prosecute Hillary
Recently on MSNBC'S Morning Joe program the National Journal columnist Ron Fournier said the following, as reported by The Daily Caller:
"there is a higher bar you have to get over before you prosecute” Hillary Clinton because she is “running for president.”
So now the media is admitting that we do dot live in a society of "justice for all" and "justice is blind" but we live in a society of political elite and the rest of us.
We get the shaft and the political elite in power get the pass.
The Daily Caller is reporting that Ron Fournier went on to say the following on the MSNBC show:
Legally, though, there’s a big bar that you have to get over to prosecute anybody for these crimes, much less somebody who’s running for president, and as critical as I’ve been of Hillary Clinton, and I am very critical of Hillary Clinton, I do understand that when somebody is running for president, there is a higher bar you have to get over, because we can’t have a system in which we’re constantly charging people who are running for president with a crime.
Ron, there is a difference between a frivolous charge like the most corrupt politician on the Hill Democrat Minority leader Harry Reid saying I have no evidence that Mitt Romney did not pay his taxes for the last 3 years but it is up to him to prove he did and the FBI finding there is enough evidence to indict you.
Can we all agree on that one?
If the FBI were targeting a regular Joe in the State Department that rube would have all ready been charged and most likely in jail.
Those of you on the left please join us to end this madness. Or are you comfortable with this system because it is your "team" who is in power. Remember turn around is fair play right? Or do you expect the other team to be the adults when they are in power.
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