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sadoldgirl

(3,431 posts)
Mon Apr 11, 2016, 08:54 PM Apr 2016

Since I got no answers before I make this an OP

I don't believe that there will be any indictment for HRC.

BUT: What happens, when the FBI report states:

"Insufficient Evidence"????

How would that effect the a) nomination, b) election?

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Since I got no answers before I make this an OP (Original Post) sadoldgirl Apr 2016 OP
Republicans will blame the Obama administration for covering for her. DemocracyDirect Apr 2016 #1
a) Hillary wins b) Hillary wins DanTex Apr 2016 #2
C) Berniefans get a sad. CorkySt.Clair Apr 2016 #3
Don't forget one of these! IamMab Apr 2016 #5
Do you really believe that perception sadoldgirl Apr 2016 #4
We all are innocent until proven guilty. Half-Century Man Apr 2016 #7
Except they won't say "insufficient evidence" brooklynite Apr 2016 #6
 

DemocracyDirect

(708 posts)
1. Republicans will blame the Obama administration for covering for her.
Mon Apr 11, 2016, 08:57 PM
Apr 2016

Even if it ignores the FBI impartiality aspect of it.

Half-Century Man

(5,279 posts)
7. We all are innocent until proven guilty.
Mon Apr 11, 2016, 11:04 PM
Apr 2016

But public perceptions plays a role in fair treatment under the law. That is why cases can have their venue changed, to move away from a tainted jury pool.

The jury pool is nation wide and the trail is, in part, playing out in the primary and general election.
It is a fact that Hillary is viewed unfavorably; the question of what the FBI will eventually do doesn't improve that perception. This hang over her head like the sword of Damocles.
Every invested interest has an opinion as to the outcome.
Every invested interest has political points to score off the dangling blade.
Everyone is mindful that the death thrashings of the political life of the Clintons has the potential to cause a lot of collateral damage.

And, I think most of us want to see actual justice in action at some point in our lives. Clear transparent equal justice.

brooklynite

(93,270 posts)
6. Except they won't say "insufficient evidence"
Mon Apr 11, 2016, 09:22 PM
Apr 2016

They'll say, simply, that there's NO evidence that a violation of law occurred.

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