While former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is attempting to put her multiple scandals behind her by promoting her new book, she is having very little success. It seems as if there are always new developments revealing her corruption that remind people exactly who she is.
Harris stated the allegations against lawyers David E. Kendall, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson were quite serious, and shouldn’t be dismissed without a proper investigation.
“There are allegations of destroying evidence,” Harris stated.
This is a definite win for lawyer Ty Clevenger, who has been going after Clinton and her lawyers for quite some time. Clevenger had his requests for bar investigations turned down in Arkansas and the District of Columbia, but it appears he finally found his opening in Maryland.
“My thesis is: If you are a politically prominent attorney, you are held to a different standard,” Clevenger explained.
It is doubtful that this investigation would actually lead to any sort of punishment being leveled against Clinton, but it could have some repercussions for her team of lawyers.
Of course, it sure doesn’t hurt that all of this is occurring just as Clinton is on a book tour to promote her latest work of fiction, “What Happened,” which essentially blames everyone except herself for her election loss.
This investigation will remind people that she didn’t lose because of Russia, former FBI Director James Comey, sexism, racism or anything else she can come up with.
She lost because she was one of the most scandal-tainted politicians in the United States, and the American people made a decision to say no to her brand of corruption.