But think about it. Wouldn't it be horrible to elect the first woman President and have her immediately face unending investigations of all sorts of tawdry actions and very high crimes and misdemeanors. Make no mistake about it, folks, Hillary Clinton is not free and clear on her past activities as information continues to come forth and now not only the FBI but the New York Police Department (NYPD) is now also involved in the matter.
Two investigations are underway, one concerning her use of private communications devices to receive and transmit classified material (a felony) and now numerous potential issues with regard to the Clinton Foundation. The supporting materials from Wikileaks and other sources have now been pushed forward by courageous personnel who have been stymied by a Justice Department which is doing all that it can to get Hillary through the election. But whether or not she is President, these cases will still be on the agenda and will ultimate find the light of real justice. They will not go away.
So this writer's suggestion to those who want to vote for a woman but realize that voting for a tainted woman would not be a good idea is this: vote for Jill Stein. Now I'm no liberal, but she seems like a very intelligent woman and most Americans who are liberal could probably feel good about such a vote. And even if she has no chance to win, votes for her would indicate a good conscience can at least be maintained. After all, who wants to be known as a voter who voted for a member of one of the most corrupt families in America with issues going back for thirty years? It's all coming out, folks, and its coming out soon and the charges are some of the most heinous imaginable.
Besides, if Donald Trump wins and the dust clears, you might just be surprised at what a Trump Administration can do to bring back real prosperity and real change with a better life for all Americans regardless of political persuasion. Why not get on the #TrumpTrain instead? At least think about it, won't you?
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