Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Trump Not Going After Clinton Doesn't Surprise Me In The Least

I don't why anyone else should be either.

Trump is finding out that he isn't the one who runs the joint.
He is just another front man and will do as he is told just like all the rest.

Anyone who expects anything different needs to wake the fuck up.

Trump will not pursue charges against Clinton, aide says

President-elect Donald Trump will not pursue charges against Hillary Clinton relating to the Clinton foundation or the former secretary of state’s use of a private email server, former Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said Tuesday.

In an interview with MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Conway said that while Clinton “has to face the fact that a majority of Americans don’t find her to be honest and trustworthy,” it would be a good thing if Trump can “help her heal.”

"I think when the President-elect, who's also the head of your party…tells you before he's even inaugurated he doesn't wish to pursue these charges, it sends a very strong message, tone, and content,” she said.

The move is a significant break from Trump’s campaign rhetoric, which included a warning that if he were president he’d get his attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate her behavior. In the second presidential debate he quipped to Clinton that if he was president: “you’d be in jail.”

Cries of “lock her up” were a common feature at Trump’s campaign rallies.

Conway also indicated that there were a number of things Trump was looking at as president-elect that may differ from his campaign rhetoric.

“Look, I think he's thinking of many different things as he prepares to become the President of the United States, and things that sound like the campaign aren’t among them," she added.

Trump's decision not to pursue charges against Clinton would not prevent congressional Republicans from opening investigations and referring them to the Justice Department for charges.

Trump expanded on his decision at a meeting with reporters at the New York Times Tuesday afternoon, telling them "I think it would be very very divisive for the country" to prosecute the Clintons, although he hadn't taken it off the table entirely.

So what should you take from this?

It's business as usual in Washington D.C..

The honeymoon is over before it got started, deal with it and go right back to the reality that this is a deeply divided country and that you are on your own Jack.

Just be thankful like I am that that psychotic bitch isn't the President elect and won't be pulling the levers of power in an official context anytime soon. We dodged a bullet with that and for that I am grateful. There is a lull in the fighting so take advantage of it.
She is free to continue on her little way to plunder whomever she can and gets to keep her Clinton Foundation racket for the time being.

As for me, I voted for Trump as a Fuck You to the system but that was the only expectation I had from the get go.
It is back to my regular scheduled programming of Beans, Band Aids and Bullets like none of this ever happened.

I treat the political shenanigans in this country as the fucking Soap Opera that it is.

The doe eyed innocent believer in justice that I was as a child died a horrible death a long time ago.

Before I hit puberty as a matter of fact.

It's been a battle for survival ever since and seeings how I am closer to sixty than I am fifty anymore all I can say is that it is still my number one priority and these reindeer games back in Mordor on the Potomac mean very little to me in my day to day struggles in the first place.


  1. do remember folks he is an "outsider" to all the ruling "insiders" of the Washington D.C. Emphire

    and if he disturbs them too much they will eliminate him one way or another

    keep prepping and live better as it continues to all slide into hell



  2. You have to remember, Trump is playing chess while the media is playing Gotcha tag.

  3. No surprises. If Obama didn't go after Bush for sending us to unnecessary wars, it's never going to happen. That's just the way business is done in DC. Trump is a businessman, after all.

  4. Another way to look at this is the Fake Out: taking a Hillary investigation/indictment off the table now reduces the chance that O grants the evil witch a pardon as he's walking out the door.

    And taking the State Department thing off the table (as awful as that is) also takes away future retaliation: you know as well as I do that one requirement to be in DC is endless pettiness and childishness. The Dems would take that and run. There would be trials and indictments of every outgoing GOP Administration forever.

    And finally, this is just Trump, ie, the Administration. Says nothing about what Congress might do, and then there's the whole Clinton Foundation clusterfuck, which is big enough that the soon to be designated scapegoats will make a deal and take Bubba and her both down despite the wrangling that's no doubt going on as we speak.

    Or, you could be right and T is just another spineless fuckwit. We'll just have to see.

    1. Pizzagate is still bubbling along also.
      I'm not holding my breath but that one has the potential for a serious amount of damage. It could take out a train load of politicians, the Clintons included. I am assuming that's why you don't hear a word about it on any major news network.

  5. Quit listening to the media spin. They're just trying to drive a wedge.

    Trump said he didn't want to go after HRC for the server or the Clinton *Family* Foundation. He didn't say anything about illegal distribution of classified materials, or the Clinton Foundation (the one that laundered SoC bribes). Yes, there are two foundations; the better to confuse the peons with.

    And Trump doesn't control Congressional investigations, and I'm sure Trey Gowdy is still in the saddle there.

    Trump has better things to do with his time than take out the trash. But the trash will still get taken out.

    Relax, let the man first get inaugurated.


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