The Department of Political Justice
By Andrew P. Napolitano
July 7, 2016
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Comey has argued that somehow there is such a legal chasm between extreme carelessness and gross negligence that the feds cannot bridge it. That is not an argument for him to make. That is for a jury to decide after a judge instructs the jury about what Comey fails to understand: There is not a dime’s worth of difference between these two standards. Extreme carelessness is gross negligence.
Unless, of course, one is willing to pervert the rule of law yet again to insulate a Clinton yet again from the law enforcement machinery that everyone else who fails to secure state secrets should expect.
Why do we stand for this?
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We have long known that there was one set of rules for the rich and rest of us.
This just proves it.
I’m so frustrated with this I can’t even think how I can “not stand for it”!
What does the Judge propose?
All I can think of is “Anybody but Hillary”.
Hence, I’ll support choice.
The American system only allows two “parties” — effectively.
We saw Bill Clinton get elected when Ross Perot — a Democrat in Republican Conservative garb — split the vote.
So, unfortunately, I’ll support and vote for Trump — the prettiest horse in the glue factory coral.
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