WHERE IS THE RICO CASE AGAINST THE CLINTONSTONEWALLS

Hillary is one step ahead of three pursuers, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and the FBI; all three waiting to get a piece of her tail.  Like a rapist who leaves DNA at the scene then proceeds to flee with blood dripping from the victims knife wound, America knows that Hillary has raped America. She has been caught, will she be arrested, indicted and jailed? Both Clinton’s are running a Criminal Enterprise. Ask Loretta Lynch.

Her only hope is to become President where she will be immune for the years of the presidency, but this is not likely to happen. Donald Trump will enter the White House in triumph come January 2017; count on it. 

Loretta Lynch, the Attorney General, having the consent of 10 Republicans, was approved by the Senate. Remember who they are come November. Voting 56-43 to confirm Loretta Lynch as Attorney General the ten Republicans are: Kelly Ayotte, Ron Johnson, Mark Kirk, Rob Portman, Thad Cochran, Susan Collins, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, Orrin Hatch and Mitch McConnell

The reason we called your attention to these RINO Republicans is because they are guilty of collusion with the enemy. Currently the evidence, lies, cover-ups and even murder, does not only point to Clinton violation the law on record keeping, but she sold out America during her stint as Secretary of State. And who benefitted from this? None other than the Clinton Foundation. If this is not a RICO CASE, we don’t know what a RICO case is.

In the final analysis, Loretta Lynch,  Obama’s alter ego, way not indict Clinton; we know where she is coming from. However, Trump will appoint a new Attorney General who will pursue the Clintonstonewalls to the end of the earth. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL LYNCH’S DAUGHTER TELLS UBER CABBY TO TAKE THIS

New York City police say the stepdaughter of U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch was taken into custody after an argument with an Uber taxi driver over an unpaid fare.

Kia Absalom was riding in the car Dec. 28. Police say she believed her fare was automatically paid via the Uber app. But the driver tells the Daily News she hadn’t paid.

Police say the two argued and the driver took her to a Brooklyn police station. They say after it was determined she owed the driver about $20 she was detained in a cell while her boyfriend went to pay the fare.

After she paid, she was released.

Messages left with the attorney general’s office and Absalom on Monday haven’t been returned. San Francisco-based Uber has declined to comment.