Treat Clinton like Trump

Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.

-Aldous Huxley-

As investigations of misconduct mount, can Hillary Clinton avoid jail?

That’s a good question, isn’t it? And, considering what has been going on the last few years, so is how much the former director of the FBI has brought up about Clinton’s misconduct and how the media spends so little time bringing it to our attention. On the other hand, they spend so much time discussing issues; yes that also should be brought up but not night after night, constant coverage — every little issue important or not.

Before I go any further, let me be clear on where I stand concerning President Donald Trump. There are some things that I do not like about him as there are too many times when he speaks, he puts his mouth in gear before he engages his brain. But he’s our president, so let’s give him a chance. But let’s not bring up every insignificant thing about him just because it happens to be negative. Certainly we should bring up the negative. But, let’s be fair and talk about the good and the bad.

What we should do is be fair and treat Clinton’s coverage the same as that for Trump. Yes, at my age I certainly realize you can’t believe everything you hear. But if only a few things that have been brought up about Clinton are true, could she really have been trusted as president?

I would like to bring up just a few things that James Comey, our former FBI director, said about her when he was asked to testify:

She was extremely careless and wasn’t sophisticated enough to know she was risking national security when she sent and received classified information.

She was briefed on the State Department’s policies bur broke them, sending or receiving more that 100 messages that contained confidential formation.

I could go on and on with this but I won’t. I know that there are many who still like Clinton and I respect and understand everyone’s feelings. We should all try to do this. It’s all right to disagree but try to do it in a respectful manor. Get on your computer or however you wish and do a search on what I talked about and really think about it with an open mind. You may then agree with what I have to say. On the other hand, you may still disagree and that’s OK. Let’s all at least try to understand the feelings of others.


Frank SanGregory,