A Question of Justice
Mr. President Elect;
I thank you for being so open with the inner workings of your transition efforts. This is something we have not seen since Ronald Reagan was in your position and it is very refreshing. I sincerely hope your entire administration; will show this kind of openness and transparency.
I do have one rather serious bone to pick with your recent actions. Your statement so soon after the election that you “… do not want to hurt the Clintons” was very magnanimous and even, in some respects, ‘presidential’; however it sent me a startling message. You have said, loud and clear, that there are some people that are simply above any law in this and probably other countries. Regardless of the egregious nature of the crimes committed against the security of this nation and the extreme violation of trust evinced by the FBI investigation already conducted and implied by those ongoing nor the reasonable assumption that she put our national security at risk to say nothing of the violation of her oath, even the serious implication that she, Hillary R. Clinton, might be complicit in several murders, you will not “hurt” the Clintons.
My question to you is: just how high in the government hierarchy do you have to be to be safe from any and all prosecution? Since we have seen the public trials of Senators, Congressmen and even 4 star generals prosecuted, it must be cabinet level and above.
To be honest, Mr. President Elect, I hoped for better from you.