President Trump was at a speaking event in Indiana and he told the crowd, “Look at what she is getting away with, but let’s see if she gets away with it.” Earlier in the day, the president hinted that Jeff Sessions will be gone after the midterm elections and that would be very bad news for Hillary and various members of the FBI and DOJ.
Even if Democrats win control of the House, they cannot stop the DOJ from reopening the investigation into Hillary or the beginning of investigations and prosecution of top FBI and DOJ officials from the Obama administration. They would also have full access to all documents in unredacted form.
During his speech, President Trump endorsed Senate candidate Mike Braun and had him share a few words with the crowd.
President Trump took a shot at the Jeff Sessions’ DOJ and Chris Wray FBI, warning he may have to get involved.
Then the President slammed Crooked Hillary and said, “Look at what she is getting away with, but let’s see if she gets away with it.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from all Hillary Clinton matters during his confirmation hearing last year.
Hillary Clinton sent classified information over a private email account while she was the head of the State Department, among many other crimes.
It appears President Trump is gearing up to replace AG Sessions after the midterm elections.
Trump on Hillary Clinton: "Look at what she is getting away with, but let's see if she gets away with it." pic.twitter.com/mKDognyY2I
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 31, 2018
This may also mean the end to Rod Rosenstein, because there is no sense firing Sessions if Rosenstein will be in charge. Now, maybe this country will see some real justice. It’s way overdue.
In fact, our boy is on a roll… he’s clearly fed up with this shady crap as he issued a warning to several tech giants earlier this week according to Bloomberg:
President Donald Trump warned Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. “better be careful” after he accused the search engine earlier in the day of rigging results to give preference to negative news stories about him.
Trump told reporters in the Oval Office Tuesday that the three technology companies “are treading on very, very troubled territory,” as he added his voice to a growing chorus of conservatives who claim internet companies favor liberal viewpoints.
“This is a very serious situation-will be addressed!” Trump said in a tweet earlier Tuesday. The President’s comments came the morning after a Fox Business TV segment that said Google favored liberal news outlets in search results about Trump. Trump provided no substantiation for his claim.
“Google search results for ‘Trump News’ shows only the viewing/reporting of Fake New Media. In other words, they have it RIGGED, for me & others, so that almost all stories & news is BAD,” Trump said. “Republican/Conservative & Fair Media is shut out. Illegal.”