Letters to the Editor

Hillary e-mails

Hillary Clinton, in addition to being a pathological liar, is corrupt to her very core.

In the latest onslaught of State Department e-mails, it is becoming crystal clear that Hillary Clinton was “bought.” Instead of exercising her discretion by doing what was right because it was in fact the right thing to do, Clinton made numerous decisions based upon how much money was paid into the Clinton Foundation.

Those who support Clinton constantly argue her crimes cannot be proven. In her recent effort to upset our common sense and classic understanding of an old adage, now Clinton even wants us to believe “there’s a lot of smoke and there’s no fire.” Baloney.

Secretary Clinton could describe the events she engineered as follows: “Na na na nahh na! Obscenely huge amounts of money were poured into the Clinton Foundation by those who wanted and received concessions from me, but you can’t prove I actually got paid - bribed - for what I did.” There it is: You can’t actually “prove” bribery.

In 1964 Associate Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart said he couldn’t define pornography, but he knew it when he saw it. We may not be able to legally prove Clinton accepted bribes, but we know people and governments do not pay astronomical sums of money to anyone without receiving something in return.

Chris Tabing, Coulterville

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