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Hillary Clinton-Hindsight is 20/20
by Nathan'ette Burdine: July 11, 2016
 


Hillary Clinton wants everybody to know she has good judgement, which means she has good insight, hindsight, and foresight.

However, Clinton’s good judgement ceases when shit is about to hit the fan. And last Friday, shit was about to hit the fan after her husband, former President Bill Clinton, decided he would hold up traffic on the Phoenix tarmac in order to get a word in with United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

For approximately 30 minutes, the former president and United States attorney general talked about their “grandchildren,” other stuff, and other people.

During a conversation with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd, the former secretary of state explained the situation as more of a misunderstanding on the public’s part.

Hillary Clinton told Chuck Todd, “Well, I think, you know, hindsight is 20/20. Both the attorney general and my husband have said that they wouldn’t do it again, even though it was from all accounts that I have heard and seen, an exchange of pleasantries.”

Welp, the former president and the United States attorney general talking about “pleasantries” didn’t look too good.

In fact, it looked like the former president and the former first lady had found a way to get the United States attorney general from charging the former first lady/former secretary of state with violating federal laws associated with the storing, sending, and receiving of classified information during her tenure as the secretary of state.

Everybody involved denies this. However, neither party can get over the fact that perception is reality.

And the reality is that a person who has heat on her will not have herself or anyone connected to her caught anywhere near the attorney who will be making the final decision about whether to prosecute her.




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