The longer that someone goes without being charged for a crime that they have committed, the more confident they seem to be that nothing will ever happen to them.
That’s because that there is a statute of limitations on a number of offenses. That being said there are a lot of things that you can do when you are eighteen and be caught for when you are eighty and still be charged for.
Hillary Clinton knows this, that’s why she has been doing everything she can to try and stay away from a jail cell or anything involving an investigation.
Granted, the 2016 election is fading fast in the collective conscious of many Americans but one of the biggest scandals that is still on the tip of many tongues is the one involving Hillary Clinton.
By one, I should be more specific because there are so many. I’m talking about the emails of course…my mistake.
Over two years after Clinton lost handily to Donald Trump, another lawsuit focusing on the misuse of a private email system is getting another series of green lights.
This week, a federal judge sided against the disgraced former first lady, and ordered a deeper investigation into her recklessness with the unsecured server.
“The ruling revolves around a Freedom of Information Act suit brought by a conservative government watchdog,” reported The Daily Wire.
“Judicial Watch, U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth ruled Thursday, should be given access to documents and be permitted to acquire additional testimony about Clinton’s use of a private server and officials’ failure to be transparent about information searches related to it,” Daily Wire continued.
In an official opinion written by Judge Lamberth, the magistrate slammed Clinton’s email scandal as “one of the gravest modern offenses to government transparency.”
The court also used Clinton’s own party against her. Quoting none other than Barack Obama, under whom Clinton served as secretary of state when the dangerously insecure email server was setup, Lamberth highlighted the importance of transparency.
“In our democracy, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which encourages accountability through transparency, is the most prominent expression of a profound national commitment to ensuring an open government,” Obama declared early in his presidency.