Tuesday, January 12, 2016
[fifteen minutes of banging, three minutes of tying medbot's wire harness into a knot around a bit of whalebone and tossing it outside the lair.]
HA! [seventeen point oh nine seconds of neuralink access]
So, let me get this straight. A reporter asked Hillary if she was being investigated by the FBI? And she said 'no?' And she's being criticized for that because the reporter had "three intelligence sources?" And "she wouldn't have been told?"
I had begun to think that 'The Kelly File' was put on by good journalists. I have to revise that opinion now.
Let's just forget about whether 150 federal agents might have been investigating Hillary since April without finding anything she could be indicted on. [all-eye roll] Let's just ignore all that for a moment. It may not even be true. Let's examine this from a more objective standpoint.
Less than thirty seconds from declaring that Hillary wouldn't have been told because 'that's not how it works,' the same people are declaring that THEY told Hillary by asking her about it. Then in that same mess of dialogue, they declare that a journalist got THREE sources to declare it was so. So . . .
The F-in' B I, who doesn't discuss ongoing cases, because they are too professional, leaked by or to three different sources that this investigation is going on, AND the direction it's going. To the press. But Hillary's network of people couldn't find this out? And none of them could have found out that it ISN'T true if it isn't with a simple phone call?
O . . . ka- a-y? . . . [confused gesture] So somebody's going to face charges about that leakage, if it's true.
There's something missing. No one is commenting on the fact that Hillary could be facing an executive order or direct legal mandate that she NOT admit it. She WAS a SECRETARY OF STATE. There are going to be things she can't talk about. Maybe the investigation isn't really about HER at ALL. That WOULD account for an apparently incompetent amount of time and money spent on investigating her by an otherwise competent agency that has performed better than most others in the government with an unusual amount of consistency -- very unusual amount of consistency for a GOVERNMENT agency.
How would we know?
We wouldn't. [braces self against lair flap]