If not, walk off the debate Stage until guarantee that voters will get the answers they seek ...
Enormous sums of money flowed into the Clinton Foundation during her years as Secretary of State. These funds cannot be accounted for. Tens of millions of dollars were diverted. Furthermore, there is a discrepancy between what people gave the foundation and what it reported. Both Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton each ended up with a net worth of 100 million dollars. Together, the Clintons increased their net worth by 200 million dollars. And the speaking engagements don't begin to account for it.
Whether it was President Obama or Bill Clinton or Hillary herself or the Democratic Party, the FBI has been compromised. FBI Director James Comey is not fit to continue in office. He has, in his very words, admitted that Hillary has engaged in conduct that has violated criminal law yet he recommended that she not be indicted. Hundreds of thousands of Americans, much better than Hillary, are not granted this discretion. Comey violated his oath. It is very clear that from the moment he took control of this investigation he decided he was not going to recommend prosecution. It was a political decision. The Rule of Law means nothing if it is administered arbitrarily and administered blindly to those with political power.
While corruption mounts and evidence grows, Congress has refused to take any kind of substantive action on the scandal. Congress is refusing to take steps to hold Mrs. Clinton accountable. Why isn't there a contempt citation pending now? Emails were destroyed after they were subpoenaed. Congressmen (and we're talking about Republicans) don't want accountability to get in their way of retaining the Congress.
Civil service employees stayed quiet even though they knew what was going on with Clinton's non-state.gov email apparatus. It's a fundamental issue of government transparency. Americans depend on the good faith of government when they file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. They rely on civil servants to do the job they've been entrusted to do. Hillary Clinton tore that compact up. If Mrs. Clinton gets away with it, if there's no institutional accountability for her conduct, FOIA may end because you can't rely on the law being enforced.
The email scandal is no longer just about Bill and Hillary Clinton. It's about the federal government generally, the FBI, the Department of Justice, the rule of law, national security, transparency and trust in government.
Not only has Hillary Clinton, in her ruthless attempt to win the highest office in the county, shattered faith in government, made a mockery of our Rule of Law, and epitomized the enormous power that ambitious politics has over the destiny of the American people, she has used her governmental position for her personal financial gain, has repeatedly put her ambitions above the best interests of the country, has lied compulsively to the families of the Americans she left to die in Benghazi, has lied compulsively before Congressional and Senate hearings, has obstructed justice (by destroying evidence that was subpeonaed) has lied compulsively to the American people in general, has instigated racial division in this country, is complicit in her husband's sex scandals, and has verbally insulted the great men and women who live in this country ("deplorables" and "un-redeemables" when talking about Trump supporters, and "bottom dwellers" and "hopeless" when talking about Bernie Sanders supporters.
MY ADVICE TO DONALD TRUMP for the next Presidential Debate: As soon as the opportunity arises, I would tell Trump to refuse to answer any further questions until the panel of journalists DEMANDS that Hillary Clinton disclose all the un-documented funds into the Clinton Foundation and disclose all the funds that were "magically" diverted from the fund-raising effort that the Foundation did on behalf of Haiti. After all, that is the role of journalists... to seek the truth and make sure government and politicians are honest and truthful. Where are the "Deep Throats" to look into Clinton's sordid scandals? A journalist brought down Richard Nixon, a petty obstructionist as compared to Hillary Clinton.
I hope Trump gets down into the sewer with Clinton and plays her game for the next few weeks. The American people saw a woman who was well-poised and well-scripted at the first presidential debate. She offered nothing at all of substance, she didn't come unglued, and she didn't cackle. Voters may have concluded that she may be able to handle the office after all. But the central issue is whether we love our country enough not to put it in the hands of a seasoned criminal and compulsive liar. Trump has to constantly remind voters of her duplicity, her lack of character, and remind them over and over and over of the enormity and gravity of her scandals.
To watch a panel of experts with JUDICIAL WATCH discuss Hillary's scandals, click here.
And now for your additional voting pleasure:
Considering that Hillary Clinton, from the recently concluded email investigation, is charged with gross negligence, dereliction of duty, was recommended that she lose her security clearance, while pathologically lying to congress, the press and the American People; and even though she was not referred for indictment because she is a Clinton: Will you?
11.84% Vote for Hillary
78.78% Vote for The Donald
9.39% Vote for none of the above
245 total vote(s) Voting has Ended!
What should be the priority of the Federal Government after the "Pulse" massacre: Should we turn our attention toward destroying, earadicating ISIS as Candidate Trump suggests, or, as Democrats' President Obama suggests, broaden our efforts to effect stricter Gun Control laws to limit "Gun Violence?"
88.24% After many years of trying to degrade and contain the murderous ISIS, we should make it the nation's policy to destroy ISIS immediately.
3.68% Gun Violence in America can be eliminated by limiting access to guns for all American citizens.
8.09% I don't care either way; I just live here.
136 total vote(s) Voting has Ended!