Is America on the Brink of Civil War? | PJ Media:
"...Obama, though, is “worried about the consequences of taking such an action – the tsunami of outrage that would come his way, and possibly become a major footnote, or worse, in the history of the presidency.”
Ah, those legacy problems, not that the president has much of one outside the comically named Affordable Care Act, which is about as popular as stomach cancer.
Nevertheless, he's right about the tsunami of outrage.
In fact it's an understatement.
The bad news is this: As miserable as this endless election season has been, the aftermath is likely to be far worse.
You don't have to be Nostradamus to see that putting the American Humpty Dumpty together again is going to be a herculean task.
Our country could be permanently fractured in ways few of us would have anticipated even a year ago.
Anything is possible now.
If Hillary Clinton is elected, the very next day millions of Americans will be watching to see what will happen with the FBI and the Justice Department.
Since we can now assume this will be a close election, that would be nearly half the voters in this country, sixty to seventy million people, almost all of whom believe Clinton, the woman a few weeks from inauguration as president, should have been charged with serious crimes and belonged behind bars, not in the White House.
Moreover, many have seen the WikiLeaks that reek of collusion between the Clintonistas and officials at the FBI and Justice, not to mention with virtually all the mainstream media outlets that were distrusted to begin with and are now reviled.
If that's not an explosive situation, what is?
And we don't know what Assange et al have in store for us after the election.
Just now we learned that the Clinton Foundation accepted—while Her Ladyship was secretary of State and in honor of Bill's birthday—an unreported one million dollar donation from that paragon of women's and gay rights, Qatar.
This is chump change in the grand Clinton scheme of things, but another reminder of their unending greed and corruption.
More importantly, as Tyler Durden points out, this time there should be legal consequences for the foundation—or would be normally in a country governed by the rule of law.
Only we're not anymore..."