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Rand Paul: Hillary Should Have Been Prosecuted

Rand Paul: Hillary Should Have Been Prosecuted

Lock her up.

Senator Rand Paul has said lock her up, but not as a campaign rally chant. He really means it. Paul shares the feeling of many Americans that Hillary Clinton got a free pass for something that would have sent other people to jail.

The New American reports:

Rand Paul Launches Effort to “Hold Hillary Accountable”

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is marching on in his quest to hold Hillary Clinton accountable for her misuse of classified material while serving as secretary of state in the Obama administration.

On his website, Paul has launched a petition to “Hold Hillary Accountable.”

“If you still believe that no American — even a Clinton — should be exempt from our justice system, sign the petition demanding that Hillary Clinton be held accountable for all her violations,” Paul writes, explaining the purpose of the petition.

“There should not be a different set of rules for Hillary and people like us,” he adds.

Paul’s mission to make the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee answer for her violation of laws regulating the handling of classified documents is not new.

In a video embedded on the web page, Paul says that “if the FBI’s decision to not prosecute Hillary Clinton is accepted, we will have become a nation of two sets of laws: one for the Clintons, and one for everyone else.”

This is the video on Rand Paul’s website referenced above. It’s powerful stuff:

Paul appeared on the O’Reilly Factor last night to discuss this with guest host Eric Bolling.

He makes a very compelling case:

Rand Paul is correct. It is outrageous that Hillary Clinton has been placed above the law. Do you think this sort of thing will end if she becomes president? On the contrary. It will get worse.

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Lock her up. Absolutely!

The damage is done.

The Constitution alone is nothing without the Rule of Law, and Barack Obama and his fellow Democrats have destroyed this relationship.
The Rule Of Law is at the core of all other American values, and has always been the greatest feature of American Democracy. America has always been so great because nobody was above the law.
It’s not so anymore.
Every second that this lady is allowed to continue her farce is a big jump towards the status of banana republic.
And it can only snowball.
You will see.

    meyou in reply to Exiliado. | August 12, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    Yep. And every snowball is made up of “Little Snowflakes.” Nothing–NOTHING–will happen with this current DOJ. We are in trouble, since we can’t even agree on how to prevent a HRC presidency.

      We can agree: vote for the guy opposing her.

      Put Clinton and the corrupt rino scum looking to attach themselves to her fat ankles like suckerfish to a shark in their place: in prison, and/or out of office.

smalltownoklahoman | August 12, 2016 at 1:32 pm

One of the main reasons that, distasteful as it may be, I’ll be voting for Trump this November. Hillary simply cannot be allowed to be rewarded with the presidency of the United States for what she’s done!

I just left the following message at Rand Paul’s Senate website:

Subject line:
How did Hillary Clinton escape consideration of prosecution under 44 U.S. Code § 3106 – Unlawful removal, destruction of records?

“44 U.S. Code § 3106 – Unlawful removal, destruction of records” criminalizes the “unlawful removal, defacing, alteration, corruption, deletion, erasure, or other destruction of records.” No red herrings (“not marked classified”), no excuses, and plainly obvious what she did was in violation of this section. How did the DOJ and FBI not even mention this? Was it even considered? Did DOJ/FBI intentionally fail to mention this statute in order to not alert the public to Hillary Clinton’s obvious multiple violations?

Please demand to have charges filed against Hillary Clinton for violation of 44 U.S. Code § 3106.
(Thanks to “Arminius” for raising this point a few days ago here at LI.)

    Arminius in reply to DaveGinOly. | August 13, 2016 at 8:59 pm

    De nada, senor

    I was naval intel for twenty years.

    OK, everyone get the “oxymoron” jokes out of your systems.

    Naturally as intel my first instinct is to run to the classified nature of what the evil broad was dealing with. But equally I was a naval officer. What I did was subject to the Freedom Of Information Act

    A point driven home one day when I got a phone call from some leftist jerk. I was an instructor at the Fleet Intelligence Training Center Pacific (FITCPAC). We had a simulator for an afloat intel center and apparently to facilitate this someone had written some code and this leftist wanted it.

    Yeah, he was an @$$. But you know what? He had a point. He could have been nicer, sure, but he was entitled to get what he wanted. That code was developed on the public dime.

    Like Hitlery!’s emails.

Launched a petition to “Hold Hillary Accountable.”

Which means nothing is going to happen.

We are going to have a vile criminal president……………
Crooked Hillary is going to get away with it.

The feds are too busy holding the American public accountable for not wanting this big socialist gov.

The Friendly Grizzly | August 12, 2016 at 4:19 pm

Way off topic, but how many others on here are getting a popup asking us to share our comments on the various data mining sites?

    It happens if you mouse-over the “share” buttons. Watch your mouse behavior more closely and it shouldn’t happen as much.

      If it helps, I started moving my mouse pointer into this blank white “spacer” column just to the right of the article/comments (just to the left of the sidebar), to avoid mousing over anything clickable. It’s become an unconscious habit, but I rarely see that pop-up anymore. 🙂

“if the FBI’s decision to not prosecute Hillary Clinton is accepted, we will have become a nation of two sets of laws…”

The fact that the FBI actually made such a decision means that this has already happened.

Nice to hear from our resident Libertarian Senator.

He is right, this time, and I am glad he spoke up.

I don’t know about the rest of you but I’m pretty tired of the Potemkin show trials. Yes, the Republicans can go on Fox and “destroy” Clinton yet they can’t do it when it counts.