Prison or the Presidency? Hillary’s Remaining Options
On November 9th, in the early morning hours, I reported that Donald Trump had made a deal with the devil and had agreed to not prosecute Hillary Clinton. When Trump clinched Pennsylvania, it was clear that Clinton could not win, as the story goes, Podesta, “the Pizza man”, reached out to Trump’s Senior Advisor, Kellyanne Conway, and offered to not contest the close results in exchange for a promise to not prosecute Clinton. While the offer was being mulled over by the Trump insiders, Podesta delivered what was thought to be a concession speech to the nation. Yet, Hillary was nowhere to be found and it was anything but a concession speech. In fact, Podesta said, no decision had been made.. and we could be counting votes for a very long time….” Shortly after that speech, Trump agreed to not prosecute and Clinton agreed to concede the next day. In fact, Trump told 60 minutes in a pre-recorded interview just over 48 hours later that “He did not not want to hurt the Clintons”, meaning that he was going to live up this bargain and not prosecute Hillary. Case closed, right? Donald Trump is President and his path to the White House is unopposed. Nothing could be further from the truth.
It was clear that Clinton would not oppose the election results.
Unfortunately, Clinton’s word means nothing.
Clinton and Stein Reach a Deal
Based on insider information I received, I was among the first to report that Jill Stein was opposing the election results in three states. This candidate, from an obscure party that millions of American have never heard of, announced her intent to challenge the election results despite having only garnered one percent of the vote. I was also told that Stein was promised either the Department of the Interior or the head of the EPA. I reported on this several days ago.
The problem for Stein is that she does not have standing in all three states from which to challenge the results because her vote total was so low. Enter the mater-minds, the Clinton people. They do have standing although without major fraud, Clinton basically has no chance to overturn the election. However, there are a couple of anomalies that bother me. Stein could barely raise $1 million for her campaign, but for a recall, she was able to raise nearly $5 million. Where did the money come from? Everyone and their mother would answer in unison, “George Soros”. And so the recount continues with this unholy arrangement.
Trump Declares War On Clinton: All Deals Are Off
Trump Senior Adviser Kellyanne Conway delivered a threat to prosecute Hillary Clinton if she pursues the recount during an interview on CNN’s State Of The Union.