There’s a principle in court that attorneys never ask questions of witnesses they don’t already know the answers to – and it’s too bad MSNBC Chris Matthews didn’t have that notion in mind, during his recent run-down of Hillary Clinton’s email server with none other than Mike Pence, vice presidential candidate to Donald Trump.
Matthews was trying his typical, fast-talking, rapid-fire query routine with Pence as his guest, and trying to press the case that the reopening of Clinton’s email server investigation, as just announced by FBI director James Comey, wasn’t all that big a deal.
And Pence wasn’t exactly playing along with that logic.
In fact, he wasn’t having any of it.
As Louder With Crowder reported, Pence cut to the chase and said: “Well, it certainly is a disqualifier for me [to vote for Clinton] but every voter in this country will make that decision, but it really is remarkable, as I said in our vice presidential debate, if either … my son or Tim Kaine’s son, both of whom are serving our country as Marines, mishandled classified information the way Hillary Clinton, did they’d be at least court-martialed.”
Exactly. Story over, move on.
And plenty in America feel the same way – even those on the left.
“This is exactly why even many on the left have a problem with Hillary Clinton and her flagrant disregard for the law. The Clintons simply act like the laws don’t apply to them,” Louder With Crowder wrote.
So if Clinton wins the White House?
Of course, it’ll be historic. But perhaps not the way h some imagine.
From Louder With Crowder again: “Clinton could very well actually make history. Not as the first female president so much. But as the first President to be sworn in while under federal investigation. Probably not how she imagined it when she was but a young girl in pigtails and tiny pantsuit.”
Source: Louder With Crowder