There’s stupid, and then there’s that level of stupid that’s been in the national public eye since 2008, better know as “Palin stupid.” You can even use it as a verb, “that’s just plain Palin.” It’s about as stupid as one can get when explaining something.
So, when Bristol Palin decided to ask “Why should the rest of us have to follow laws if Hillary doesn’t?” it deserves a response, because maybe she’s legitimately asking for a perspective that is based around facts.
However, no, that is not the case, because Palin decided to repost what her husband Dakota Meyer said about Hillary Clinton. And while he is to be honored and respected for his bravery in combat and serving this great nation, he married into the Palins and thus deserves our scrutinization.
Palin shared her husband’s message, which is basically just Fox News soundbites coming to life with no basis in reality, but what they want to believe in their own heads:
“The protected class… such is what it appears to be the case for the top tier politician.
The long and intensive investigation into the mishandling of what the CIA called top secret email correspondence by Hillary Clinton has been going on by the FBI / Justice Department. Even with over 30,000 email leaked to the public and substantial evidence out for the world to see the FBI has issued the statement today that Hillary Clinton has been cleared of any suspicion of unlawful conduct.
This announcement comes on the heels of the release of the report from the now 8th committee formed to investigate the series of events leading up to the attack on U.S. compounds in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 that needlessly claimed the lives of 4 Americans Hillary Clinton and the entire Obama Administration were formally cleared again of any wrong doing. That being said the commission held a 1 hour press conference stating fact after fact after fact proving gross negligence on the part of the Administration putting their own political agenda, including hiding specifics of Hillary’s private war to oust Gaddafi from power in Libya and setting things is to play for the upcoming presidential election 56 days later, before the lives of Americans.
How has this administration gained so much power and influence that even the most obvious of crimes can be so easily excused and overlooked by their supporters? Have we come so far as a nation that politics and corruption are now truly one and the same? Is it still “We the people…”?”
You want to talk about crime, Mr. Meyer? Let’s look at the previous administration that led us into a war based on lies and sent thousands of troops to their deaths. Where are the countless investigations on that matter? Or do those lives not matter as much as the four in Benghazi?
Also, what the latest Benghazi reports found was that Clinton was not to blame, and it was actually lack of security funding. Funding that was to be approved by the GOP-led Congress at the time. So, before you shove blame around like a Fox News panelist with their head in the sand, let’s look at the entire scope of the subject, and realize Clinton has been cleared a dozen times for a reason. And she’s not guilty just because you want her to be.
Now, in regards to the emails. First, a lesson in laws vs. rules:
Laws: The system of rules that a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and may enforce by the imposition of penalties.
Rules: One of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphere.
Now, we can all agree Clinton wasn’t wise to use a private email, but bending the rules for herself within the State Department doesn’t mean she actually broke any laws that require an imposition of penalties. Many want her to be indicted, but the fact of the matter is, she won’t be, and shouldn’t be. The FBI and the Justice Department clearly agree with that. That’s not a system rigged, that a system doing it’s due diligence.
Btw, if you’re curious, FBI Director Comey is Republican and donated to McCain. You remember him, right? He’s the guy who threw away his chance at the presidency by stupidly adding one Ms. Sarah Palin to his ticket.
There are opinions and then there are facts. What Palin and Meyer offer are opinions, because facts don’t line up with what they want to believe.
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