FBI releases new Clinton investigation documents


zin

macrumors 6502
Original poster
May 5, 2010
488
6,476
United Kingdom
So much for the temperament argument. Crooked Hillary's temperament is so bad that senior DS agents wanted to get reassigned and didn't want anything to do with her.

Moving lamps and furniture from the State Department to put in her home. No indication they were returned. This is THEFT of government property. The woman is completely and utterly CORRUPT.

If you are fooled by 'public' Clinton then you deserve to get 'private' Clinton.
 

jkcerda

macrumors 6502a
Jun 10, 2013
682
39,030
Criminal Mexi Midget
Well, looks like we have a choice to make here, folks.

On one hand, you have a candidate who's so cavalier about protocol, it borders on being flippant. She runs over the rules, and absolutely demands things to be done her own way, come hell, high water, diplomatic embarrassments, or potential security breaches. She comes across as entitled and shortsighted.

On the other, you have a candidate that flies off the handle, and starts babbling incoherently every time something doesn't quite go the way he wanted, and has skin so thin, he'll spend days on end screaming at people on Twitter if they make fun of him. He comes across as a petulant manchild with a hair trigger temper.

...take your pick.
 

oneMadRssn

macrumors 601
Sep 8, 2011
4,742
11,032
New England
Innocent until proven guilty!

The timing of this is suspect, only 3 weeks before the election, I don't buy it!
 
Last edited:

steve knight

macrumors 68030
Jan 28, 2009
2,596
6,958
Well, looks like we have a choice to make here, folks.

On one hand, you have a candidate who's so cavalier about protocol, it borders on being flippant. She runs over the rules, and absolutely demands things to be done her own way, come hell, high water, diplomatic embarrassments, or potential security breaches. She comes across as entitled and shortsighted.

On the other, you have a candidate that flies off the handle, and starts babbling incoherently every time something doesn't quite go the way he wanted, and has skin so thin, he'll spend days on end screaming at people on Twitter if they make fun of him. He comes across as a petulant manchild with a hair trigger temper.

...take your pick.
Well the branches would keep Clinton from doing all she may want but they could do nothing about a crybaby.
 

zin

macrumors 6502
Original poster
May 5, 2010
488
6,476
United Kingdom
NOTHING TO SEE HERE, FOLKS. Just the State Department trying to do deals with FBI agents involving the alteration of evidence.

 
  • Like
Reactions: unlinked

oneMadRssn

macrumors 601
Sep 8, 2011
4,742
11,032
New England
On one hand, you have a candidate who's so cavalier about protocol, it borders on being flippant. She runs over the rules, and absolutely demands things to be done her own way, come hell, high water, diplomatic embarrassments, or potential security breaches. She comes across as entitled and shortsighted.

On the other, you have a candidate that flies off the handle, and starts babbling incoherently every time something doesn't quite go the way he wanted, and has skin so thin, he'll spend days on end screaming at people on Twitter if they make fun of him. He comes across as a petulant manchild with a hair trigger temper.
The last ~4-6 years have been quite good for me, economically and otherwise. I'll take the one that promises to stay the course and improve upon what has been done over the last ~4-6 years.
 

skunk

macrumors G4
Jun 29, 2002
11,745
3,997
Republic of Ukistan
It is certainly not a pretty picture. Whatever happened to the concept of "public service"? Both Trump and Clinton are clearly unfit for high office. If the next four years does not produce an out-and-out global meltdown, we will all have escaped lightly. These two rotten, corrupt candidates are making a mockery of your democracy. They make Obama look almost saintly.
 

jkcerda

macrumors 6502a
Jun 10, 2013
682
39,030
Criminal Mexi Midget
Middle East.
[doublepost=1476723115][/doublepost]
It is certainly not a pretty picture. Whatever happened to the concept of "public service"? Both Trump and Clinton are clearly unfit for high office. If the next four years does not produce an out-and-out global meltdown, we will all have escaped lightly. These two rotten, corrupt candidates are making a mockery of your democracy. They make Obama look almost saintly.


we need a reset button..........
 

oneMadRssn

macrumors 601
Sep 8, 2011
4,742
11,032
New England
Middle East.
Ah sorry. I'm down with your hip millennial lingo, and your snapchats and your instas.

Yea, middle east... Best course of action to end the conflict in the Middle East long term is to stop using oil a fuel entirely. In terms of using oil as a material, we have more than enough the US to last us a long long time. As a fuel though, we are forced to import it and it then becomes something people in the Middle East fight over.

The cavalier and flippant confidentiality disrespecting one would be a better bet for working forwards oil independence than the touchy childish racist deal-breaker one.

Then again, we wouldn't know it as the man-child has done close to zero to challenge the cackling one on actual policy plans.
 
  • Like
Reactions: LizKat

VulchR

macrumors 68020
Jun 8, 2009
2,329
10,254
Scotland
Let see - Clinton does not get along with DS agents and prefers to be with Secret Service agents that presumably been protecting her family since her husband was President. What a shock. She wanted to visit a slightly less posh part of Jakarta then the DS agents felt comfortable with ... and yet nothing untoward happened, for otherwise we would have heard endless stories about it. Oh, and she got some ambassadors' knickers in a twist because they didn't get the photo op of escorting her to her limo. Hardly as damning as admitting to sexual assault IMO, but that is just me.

Obviously there were substantive issues with Clinton's judgement about secrecy and security, but after the e-mail incident and her campaigns e-mail being hacked I believe she'll have learned her lesson. Trump, on the other hand does not appear to learn from his mistakes. He simply denies them.

As for the 'quid pro quo', that really doesn't look good at all.

[doublepost=1476724067][/doublepost]
Thank you America, for offering your best and brightest to lead the so-called Free World™.
Every country goes through bad patches. :(
 
Last edited: