For Basic Public Awareness #3
Judge Napolitano, Hillary ‘Wants to Be President, and She’s A Felon’
Why should the American public be concerned about Hillary Clinton’s email scandal?
Judge Andrew Napolitano pulled no punches when he gave Judge Jeanine Pirro his take on Saturday.
“Because she wants to be the president of the United States, and she’s a felon,” he said plainly.
Judge Napolitano sat down on Justice on Saturday to weigh the dangers of a potential President Hillary Clinton.
Clinton’s emails “are important, because they show the manner and methods by which the United States government acquires foreign intelligence,” he explained.
Judge Napolitano said that Clinton “has shown a cavalier attitude about preserving these secrets,” as well as the names of “people, who if their names came out, would be dead.”
This “violates an oath she took when she became Secretary of State, which violates the same federal criminal statute that was used to prosecute General Petraeus,” he said.
“She should be indicted for it.”
In other related matters:
Parents and community members are outraged over a so-called “white guilt video” that was shown to high school students in Virginia.
“The Unequal Opportunity Race,” a four-minute animated video that was shown at Glen Allen High School in Henrico, was designed as a lesson in “racial discourse” for students, according to school officials.
Now, there is backlash from those who take issue with not-so subtle references to white privilege throughout the video. (What is “white privilege?”)
They are bombarded with words such as “slavery,” “broken treaties,” “genocide” and “segregation.”
The white athletes continually run around the track, getting older as their batons – marked with a money symbol – grow larger and larger. Eventually, they hand the baton off to a younger white athlete running beside them.
School officials have defended the video as a lesson in “American history and racial discourse.”