Hil­lary is crooked

Cecil Whig - - OPINION -


I’m no le­gal scholar, nor do I have any de­grees in law, al­though it doesn’t seem to make much dif­fer­ence in today’s world.

Cor­rect me if I’m wrong: Isn’t the FBI an in­for­ma­tion and ev­i­dence gath­er­ing body, just like any state or lo­cal mu­nic­i­pal law en­force­ment agency? Lo­cal po­lice, town cops, county sher­iff’s of­fice, state po­lice and up the chain to the FBI, they will all bring ev­i­dence to a dis­trict at­tor­ney and that dis­trict at­tor­ney, or in this case the at­tor­ney gen­eral, will make a de­ci­sion to ar­rest and bring the case be­fore a grand jury, to see if the case has merit enough to stand trial. Since when does the at­tor­ney gen­eral de­fer to the FBI for any of these de­ci­sions? Why does the U.S. need an at­tor­ney gen­eral at this point in Amer­i­can so­ci­ety? If the rule of law is to be ig­nored and the at­tor­ney gen­eral can play po­lit­i­cal fa­vorites, we are as cor­rupt as Huey Long’s bunch and our coun­try will surely suf­fer.

Last week was a dark day in Amer­i­can law en­force­ment, and Amer­i­can pride. I’d vote for Bugs Bunny be­fore I’d let that rat Hil­lary into the White House, if I had any say at all. One last thing: I ac­tu­ally thought Trump was off base call­ing Hil­lary “Crooked Hil­lary.” Turns out he’s just like my fa­vorite Demo­crat of all time, Harry Tru­man. He knows how to call a spade a spade. We could use another man like Harry!

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