Saturday, 5 November 2016

It's Curtains For The Clintons if Trump Wins.........................from Dan Friedman

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[The sordid revelations about Hillary and the Clinton Foundation are just beginning, which makes the election of the Clinton's to the White House an existential necessity for them.
Everyone involved in the Clinton's criminal enterprise is petrified the investigations into their activities will lead to them. And unlike the media-manufactured rumors about Trump, what the authorities are uncovering here is damaging evidence. I’ve seen the same scenario in large companies which are failing. The decline and chaos accelerates at the end.
Some lawyers I've read have conflicting views on the subject, but many say a President Clinton could A) pardon herself or B) be immune to prosecution for crimes committed before entering office. Whatever the case, Hillary knows if  Trump beats her it's over for her and the whole blasted operation.
Yes folks, Hillary & Co. has a new incentive to win this Tuesday: Save her big fat butt, and that of her husband. So make no mistake, Hillary and her political co-conspirators will be pulling out all the stops in the few days left before the election. But that leaves a question for the American people to decide: is saving Hillary’s ass sufficient reason to vote for her? df]
 
 
Breitbart News, 4 Nov 2016
 
 
 

Dan Riehl

 
Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University Law School John Banzhaf talked with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Friday about complications that would emerge if Hillary Clinton pardoned herself after inauguration if she were elected president.
 
Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University Law School John Banzhaf talked with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Friday about complications that would emerge if Hillary Clinton pardoned herself after inauguration if she were elected president.
While pointing out that normal notions of a conflict of interest do not apply to presidential pardons, Banzhaf said, “Some could argue that she can’t pardon herself. We don’t know the answer and perhaps more disturbingly, it may be impossible for that case ever to get into court.”
Added Banzhaf, “Nobody may have what we call legal standing. There are other doctrines that courts could invoke. You don’t have kind of a neutral or third party or third branch referee to decide. She says, ‘I pardon myself, and that’s it, and it’s over.’ Presumably, the other party would say, ‘No, it’s not,’ and then what happens from there?”
Banzhaf also pointed out that even if she does not pardon herself, there is “strong precedent that a sitting president cannot be indicted and charged.”
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