For years Bill and Hillary Clinton have evaded prosecution for dozens of crimes, but it appears that her luck is about to run out. Over the years, Clinton has been involved in numerous scandals that would land anyone else in America behind bars for life. However, since the Clinton’s are top leading liberal politicians, they have been able to fly under the radar despite the public outcry for their arrest and prosecution.
Both Bill and Hillary’s arrogance knows no bounds, and that has been evident in the way the two have flaunted their freedom in front of the American people and on the world stage. For instance, just last year, during the presidential campaign, Clinton was cleared of any wrong-doing by the former FBI Director James Comey for the use of a private server and deleting countless sensitive emails which happens to be a federal crime.
However, instead of Hillary being indicted, she was cleared of all charges, which seemed only to encourage her, as she began to accuse President Trump of Russian collusion and a myriad of other crimes worthy of his impeachment. But now the tables have turned in the last week as new evidence of Hillary Clinton’s involvement in the Uranium One scandal has been revealed which could land her behind bars sooner than later after the first indictments have been handed out over this weekend, but that is just the beginning.
Now, an Arkansas grand jury has convened to indict both Bill and Hillary Clinton as well as countless other Clinton Foundation employees which means we may finally see justice happen in our lifetime.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been aggravating conservatives for the past year as he has refused to go after Hillary Clinton and her various crimes. For months, we have witnessed the smug two-time failed presidential candidate traipsing around the country slamming President Trump and all those who voted for him spreading her vicious lies.
Then to add more fuel to the fire Corey Hiland, a US attorney picked by Trump in 2017, has convened a grand jury in Little Rock, Arkansas, that has been working hard for last several months, according to the Washington Post… more