Still Report #997 – Jay Sekulow on Clinton’s FBI Interview

from Bill Still

lass=”” >According to Jay Sekulow, the Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law & Justice, Hillary Clinton’s interview with the FBI on Friday was hardly voluntary.
That’s exactly right. We have taken the rule of law for granted for decades now. The concept is that no one is above the law. Everyone is treated exactly the same. It hasn’t always worked in the American experiment, however, it is a mark of a civilization that has progressed to a certain stage in its evolution.
Now, this – one of the most basic measurements of a free society – we now suddenly realize is at risk – not just on an occasional basis, but the entire legal system is also about to come under the complete dominance of a giant criminal political enterprise.
Before we get to Jay’s answer, I want to point out that this meeting was arranged. It did not happen by accident. The Attorney General, Loretta Lynch is still playing like she had no idea Bill Clinton was going to just walk onboard the aircraft.
Right! So that’s why she hustled all other passengers off the FBI’s jet – except for her husband – and made them stand on the tarmac for half an hour in 100 degree heat. Complete and utter nonsense!
You can be absolutely sure that Hillary Clinton’s interview with the FBI had been set by then. You can be sure that this topic came up.
One person wrote in suggesting that it may have been that Lynch could have gotten the questions in advance and simply handed Clinton a thumb drive. We have no way of knowing at this point, but as long as her meeting with Clinton was secret — and meant to stay secret — anything is possible.
If Lynch refuses to indict, or allows a plea deal to reduce all charges to misdemeanors punishable by a large fine – like $10 million – remember, that’s chump change to these people – then this scenario will suddenly become water-cooler talk for years into the future.
Only dozens of felony charges at this point will satisfy tens of millions of Americans.
And that’s the danger. If Clinton’s lawyers had the exact questions in advance, and had 4 full days to prepare answers, that would be a tremendous advantage for team crime syndicate.
However, the FBI investigators would soon see if team crime syndicate had been tipped off – with pat answers at the ready. In that case, 3-and-a-half hours would be sufficiently frustrating to know the fix was in.
Mrs. Lynch, if you are watching this, we implore you to do the right thing for your children, for our nation. This is your opportunity to become an American super-hero – or forever seen as a goat in the pages of American history.
I’m Still reporting from Washington. Good Day.