I've joked a few times that that address ought to be Hilliary Clinton's soon--it's the federal women's correctional institution (jail) in a town where I used to live. I know some of the guards there, and at the Rochester Federal Medical Center (in the shadow of Mayo)--good people who would take good care of her. Certainly with her history of perjury, obstruction of justice, mishandling of classified documents, apparent bribery, and the like, she's a good "candidate" for incarceration.
And while I'm certainly in favor of putting her and her "minions" in jail where they belong, we might do well to heed Doug Wilson and remember that no matter how justified, putting political losers in jail might be bad optics.
Plus, there is a factor that will make putting her in jail a bad idea; putting her in jail makes her a martyr to her cause and gives Bill a cause and a reason to get the soapbox. It might well increase the "take" of the corrupt Clinton Foundation. On the other hand, if her minions are rightly punished for their roles in the scandals while the government remembers that she's a sick 68 year old political loser, the Clinton Foundation loses everything going forward.
The corruption of the Clinton Foundation has its roots, of course, in its apparent ability to trade political favors for donations, and without Hilliary being a plausible candidate for office--and daughter Chelsea clearly does not have even the political gifts of her mother--they have lost their ability to raise funds.
I could be wrong, but it looks like Clinton has suffered a merciless blow; she is now irrelevant.
Go home to Chappaqua, Hilliary, and make your peace with God and see if you can get your health back. It's the best you can do right now.
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