What Happens When You Can’t Trust the FBI and the Department of Justice?

In a stunning Friday (isn’t it always?) revelation, we found out that yet another key figure from Hillary Clinton’s “rat pack” — her former chief-of-staff Cheryl Mills – wasgiven immunity in the email server investigation.

As Ed Morrissey points out, that makes “at least five” — who knows how many there really are — who have received this treatment.  So far that’s techies Bryan Pagliano and Paul Combetta (more of him in a moment), John Bentel of the Office of Information Resources Management, and Heather Samuelson, an aide to Mrs. Clinton.

  • This really shows the difference between Conservatives and liberals: if someone on the right breaks the law, the right will condemn them and press charges – in their minds, no one is above the law. If someone on the left breaks the law, their service to the cause overrides legalities. Lerner, Clinton, Emmanuel, Obama, etc are perfect examples of people who should be in prison but are instead rewarded for being criminals.

  • Med1

    “What happens when you can’t trust…”? You get the past 8 years. God willing it begins and ends there too! Trump or bust in 2016.

  • pdxnag

    Immunity, but only on condition that they never again hold a position of public trust (elected or otherwise), including any government job?

  • Alain

    This indicates that the rot is so deep that I doubt even Trump can fix it. It would take much longer and a firm commitment to eliminate the rot. This is the kind of thing one normally associates with a banana republic and it did not just happen overnight.

  • vwVwwVwv

    what happens when you cant trust the fbi and the department of justice
    you know a Democrap rules over America

    • Editor

      And you vote for Trump.

    • shank_black

      Trump is the LAST HOPE for our children.

  • simus1

    The original FBI was so corrupt that the only person the government of the day could rely on to clean up the mess was highly connected and major nasty J Edgar Hoover.