Obama has just endorsed Hillary Clinton, in spite of saying, yesterdaythat the “super delegate in the White House hasn’t made his choice yet” or something to that effect. It was rather odd given that she had the delegates to win the Democratic nomination. Meanwhile, Sanders is still not bowing out in favor of party unity. Is he just an angry old man?
Still, the theory that Obama’s Justice Department would feel compelled to indict Hillary Clinton over the emails seems to have fallen apart? It is widely believed that the FBI team investigating the case wants to charge and pursue a case against Hillary Clinton. However, the Obama Justice Department can block it by simply refusing to bring it. If the FBI’s agents ever made its opinion overtly public (it is already semi-public), the refusal to prosecute, obviously, would look very corrupt. If there is a leak that proves that the FBI wanted her indicted, and the Justice Department refused, Democrats will suffer a sure loss in the November election.
I had previously suggested that there might be a secret deal. Think about this… if the indictment had been done early on, the big NYC banks would have surely put up Michael Bloomberg as a third party candidate. In spite of being a Republican in name-only, Bloomberg appeals to wealthy Democrats in NYC and the northeast. He would have diverted contributor money, attention and votes away from Sanders and caused him to lose. In contrast, if an indictment comes just before the Democratic convention, there will be no time to qualify a third party candidate.
Sanders is ahead of both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in most general election polls. However, he would break up the NYC banks, which means they support Hillary Clinton. The tiny cabal of bankers have been diligently paying their golden girl $1 million dollars a pop for 1 hour speeches. She’s bought and paid for, and now she’s essentially the Democratic Party’s nominee for President.