Donald Trump, “I am fighting for You!”
Donald Trump’s campaign speech in Ohio Monday was aw presentation on law-and-order, and a referendum on Hillary Clinton’s “criminality,” as he called for an independent investigation of the Democratic nominee’s criminal actions covered up by the Obama Admin’s Justice Department.
“After the FBI and Department of Justice ‘whitewash’ of the Clinton e-Mail crimes, they certainly cannot be trusted to quickly or impartially investigate Hillary Clinton’s new crimes, which happen all the time,” Trump told a rally in Akron, Ohio.
“. . . The Justice Department is required to appoint an independent special prosecutor because it has proven itself to be, really, sadly, a political arm of the White House. Nobody has ever seen anything like this before. The DOJ has acted very unethically, particularly the Attorney General’s private lengthy, 39-min meeting in the back of an airplane before the Department’s decision not to prosecute her for crimes that would have been prosecuted against any other citizen in our country.
“If the Justice Department fails to do so, it will make it even clearer that a 2nd of 4 primary constitutional departments have been corrupted. It’s as simple as that.”
Donald Trump’s rally attendees have broken out into chants of “Lock her up” and this one did the same after he stated: “As the evidence has become public over the last several months, I have become increasingly shocked by the vast scope of Hillary Clinton’s criminality.”
“Every insider, getting rich off of our broken system, is throwing money at Hillary Clinton,” Donald Trump said. “It’s the powerful protecting the powerful. Insiders fighting for insiders.
“I am fighting for you.”
A 2nd cache of newly released e-Mails during Hillary Clinton’s term as Secretary of State illustrates how special access was given Clinton Foundation donors, from Middle Eastern royalty to international sports and music stars by Clinton’s staff, Judicial Watch charged Monday.
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