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The Clinton Camp Loses Control

It’s the Fourth of July weekend. There’s yet little insightful commentary on Hillary Clinton’s FBI interview. How frustrating! Who isn’t utterly intrigued by recent events surrounding the Clinton email investigation?

The Timing

So far, a huge segment of Establishment Media has incredulously downplayed Clinton’s “freely” granted interview with the FBI (who would simply order a subpoena if she did not cooperate). Some media sources initially suggested the interview would take place in the comfort of Hillary’s home! Naturally, yesterday’s interview was conducted at FBI headquarterin Washington.

Many people fear that the Bill Clinton meeting with Loretta Lynch may be a sign the FBI will go easy on Hillary. They worry there is something suspicious about the timing between that meeting and Hillary’s FBI interview just a few days later.

The timing is surely related. But I suspect Bill Clinton’s inappropriate meeting with Loretta Lynch was a reaction to the scheduled interview, not the cause of it – and it reveals a hard-felt loss of control within the Clinton camp.

The Backfire

Bill’s interference backfired big time. It forced, or allowed, Lynch to publicly declare the FBI’s recommendation will stand unchallenged. It also sets the stage so that, should the FBI not indict, Americans would find it vastly more difficult to believe in Hillary’s innocence.

Despite all their power, the Clintons appear to be in a downward spiral. How do you think Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign will be affected?

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JoAnn Chateau

JoAnn Chateau likes progressive politics and loves the canines. She writes fiction about an alpha Bichon named Chester, and his friends--with a dash of humor and a dab of poli-sci. JoAnn worked professionally in the Psychology and Information Science fields. Retired now, she enjoys the creative life.

21 Comments

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Thank you for the link – I like this David Schuster!

      • @pplswar

        Here’s what Shuster got fired from MSNBC for:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIxgw04Y0Fc

        😀

        Shuster’s reporting is corroborated (rather obliquely) by the Washington Post:

        “The investigation is not over: Agents and prosecutors will now have to compare what the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said Saturday to other evidence they have gathered, including from interviews with Clinton’s aides. They will also have to analyze how the facts of the case apply to various laws that might have been violated. But officials familiar with the probe and legal analysts have said a meeting with Clinton would be reserved for the end of the investigation.”

      • JoAnn Chateau

        Thanks for explaining what’s going on at the moment. They have their work cut out for them!

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Thanks for the reblog!

      • flyingcuttlefish

        I saw it on a Green Road blog 🙂
        I’d like to be a fly on the wall when Jill got home from that ‘interview’! I bet she was throwing things!

      • flyingcuttlefish

        I read that Kitty Kelly book on Nancy Reagan and it described that big dinner hosting the Gorbechevs and Mrs. G. was so much more fluent in state affairs Nancy fled the the kitchen shrieking “Who does that dame think she is?” ….
        I envision a scenario like that….

      • JoAnn Chateau

        That’s an interesting reference to another ambitious First Lady!

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Thank you for the reblog, Green Road!

  1. Rosaliene Bacchus

    That she is still standing is an indication of her degree of protection from the true power behind the throne.

    • JoAnn Chateau

      It is, no question. Yet under close scrutiny, from both the FBI and the public, even the most powerful will find it’s a monumental task to cover the tracks of their misdeeds.

  2. Robert A. Vella

    The only thing I’m sure about in this year’s election is my uncertainty about what will happen.

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Yes, anything is possible!

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Thanks for reblogging, GrandTrines!

      • Grandtrines

        You are welcome!

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