Obama’s team should restore judicial trust
I’m not a vengeful person, but a cloud exists that should be cleared. The issue of Hillary Clinton’s server has created a significant loss of trust in our judicial system and a serious impact on FBI morale. Both of these need to be addressed and steps taken to restore our reputation as a nation of laws.
I believe this can best be accomplished by having Attorney General Loretta Lynch convene a grand jury to hear the evidence and get to the truth.
The FBI can present its findings and Clinton and her accomplices can be put under oath to testify. Once the unadulterated truth is known, the president can decide the desirability of a pardon for those, if any, charged with a crime.
The Trump administration cannot accomplish the same result, as it would be seen as an attack on Clinton rather than an effort to uncover the truth and restore confidence in our judicial system. Only the Obama administration can keep the focus on the truth and not on revenge. Further, part of the current Obama legacy is the corrupt judicial system that has been created during his tenure, and this action would somewhat modify that perception.
Fred Mumma, Lusby