This is saying that we should not investigate a possible current crime with person A because we did not investigate a previous crime with person B.

That is the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard.

 

What’s being investigated? Hard to tell. Where’s the evidence? There isn’t any.

Fox News analyst Judge Napolitano said Thursday the FBI raid on Paul Manafort’s home was “much more aggressive” than tactics used in the Hillary Clinton investigation.

We know for a fact Hillary broke the law.

Comey laid it out. Plenty of legal scholars laid it out. Common sense laid it out.

Napolitano said there is most likely evidence of wrongdoing due to the rare nature of the pre-dawn raid. “They had to use this extraordinary tool of a pre-dawn raid, the most forceful thing the FBI can do to you, short of an arrest in the middle of the night,” he said. “Which they can only use when all other means of acquiring information have failed.”

“Probable cause means that FBI agents went to a federal judge in secret and persuaded her that it was more likely than not that in Mr. Manafort’s house they would find evidence of a crime,” he added.

This week, we learned that the FBI raided the home of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manfort as part of the ridiculous Russia investigation. What’s being investigated? Hard to tell. Where’s the evidence? There isn’t any. But, here we are. Judge Napolitano brought up a good point about the […]