With this puzzling statement, President Obama provided a strong clue — despite evidence that Hillary Clinton could exchange her presidential campaign aspirations for an orange jumpsuit, and in the face of an ongoing FBI investigation of whether or not Deep State’s most favored candidate conducted classified State Department business on her private email apparatus — that he favors keeping Clinton out of jail (emphasis mine):
Hillary Clinton was an outstanding secretary of state. She would never intentionally put America in any kind of jeopardy. And what I also know, because I handle a lot of classified information, is that there are — there’s classified and then there’s classified. There’s stuff that is really top secret, top secret and then there is stuff that is being presented to the president or the secretary of state that you might not want on the transom or going out over the wire but basically stuff that you could get in open source.
“There’s classified and then there’s classified.”
What does that mean??
What law on the books makes such a distinction?
It’s like saying “There’s robbing a jewelry store, and then there’s robbing a jewelry store.”
Or, “There’s Edward Snowden leaking NSA files, and then there’s Edward Snowden leaking NSA files.”
“There are banks who wrecked the economy by selling bad Investments premised upon suspect mortgages, and then there are banks who wrecked the economy by selling bad Investments premised upon suspect mortgages.”
See how the logic works?
And why would any President voice an opinion about the innocence of someone whom his FBI director is currently investigating?
With this subtle “stand down” message to investigators, I’m not sure you can call this election season anything other than Tee-Ball for Hillary, if you want me to deploy euphemisms.
The stationary ball of an investigation that the President hints should go nowhere, or at least not travel near Clinton; the media-assisted removal of a pitcher in Bernie Sanders out of fear he may strike out a favored candidate; the embodiment of endorsements from establishment figures in a stand that holds up the ball no one else can move, except for Hillary’s swing of a bat, spells a nurturing environment in the form of a game designed for Clinton to succeed …
song currently stuck in my head: “devil’s pie (jamie houghton remix)” – d’angelo