Media ignore Caddell’s call on RICO for Clinton Foundation

Hillary responds re missing emails

With customary arrogance, Clinton answered questions from media about her email habits as secretary of state. (snip: CSPAN video)

Pat Caddell is a longtime political analyst who has often been a lonely voice in criticizing his own Democrats’ party. Caddell is now pointing a finger at Clinton insider John Podesta who chairs Hillary Clinton’s current political campaign. He also pointed a finger at the Clintons’ foundation.

In an interview with Stephen Bannon on Sirius XM, Caddell alleged Podesta “raked in millions from a Russian government technology initiative—and failed to disclose the money on federal forms as required by law.”

Caddell dropped a bombshell status quo media won’t go near although it is spot on. Well, it would be spot on if the US Dept. of Justice upheld its mission that includes the mandate “ to seek just punishment for those guilty of unlawful behavior.”

Caddell said:

“The Clinton Foundation is literally a RICO case waiting…She [Mrs. Clinton] can get away with anything, because this whole system is corrupt.”

The US Dept. of Justice isn’t about to deal with the Clintons as they would with regular Americans engaging in suspicious activities.

Both Eric Holder, President Barack Obama’s first attorney general, and Loretta Lynch, Obama’s current AG, have long associations with the Clintons. Holder served in Bill Clinton’s administration. Mr. Clinton appointed Lynch as a US Attorney. Obama’s cabinet has been controlled by members of the Clintons’ inner circle since he took office.

While Mrs. Clinton has done her best to convince Americans Russia hacked her party’s computer network, she has ignored her own ties:

“A Moscow-based technology initiative funded in part by the Russian government funneled tens of millions of dollars into the Clinton Foundation while Hillary Clinton was serving as secretary of state, according to a new report…”

Podesta has long been the go-to guy on devising ways to circumvent the US Constitution and laws:

“Podesta’s most lasting contribution to the leftist cause came through his promotion of a strategy that White House aides dubbed “Project Podesta.” This was a system that enabled the Clintons to push through unpopular policies that neither Congress nor the American people wanted. Its implementation marked a dramatic tilt in the balance of power, giving the executive branch an unprecedented ability to force its will on the legislative branch.” 

Caddell’s remarks in the interview with Bannon are being studiously ignored by most politics media for one reason. They are unofficial arms of the Clintons’ apparatchik.

One reason media obsessively target GOP nominee Donald Trump may be rooted in the fact Trump will have access to information on presidents past. That may bother politicos from both sides of the aisle.

When it comes to the Clintons, however, data has frequently gone missing under mysterious circumstances. Transparency is impossible when that happens, and it is an abject failure in government accountability.

Media haven’t covered the serial data breaches, and media haven’t called attention to the fact Clinton insiders have controlled the administration of President Obama.

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(Commentary by Kay B. Day/Aug. 4, 2016)

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About Kay Day

Kay B. Day is a freelance writer who has published in national and international magazines and websites. The author of 3 books, her work is anthologized in textbooks and collections. She has won awards for poetry, nonfiction and fiction. Day is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the Authors Guild.
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