Bret Baier Backs Down From Clinton Indictment Claim

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Bret Baier Backs Down From Clinton Indictment Claim

Receiving information from 2 unnamed sources in the FBI, Bret Baier, a Fox news reporter, made the statement that there would be a “likely indictment” for the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, concerning new emails. Being under harsh criticism, Baier succumbed to the political powered puppeteers, by making a desperate attempt to take back his remarks about Hillary Clinton.

President Obama ran to the aid of Hillary yet again, criticizing the accusations and DOJ James Comey’s writing to congress stating of the new information saying,

“I do think that there is a norm that when there are investigations, we don’t operate on innuendo. We don’t operate on incomplete information. We don’t operate on leaks. We operate based on concrete decisions that are made.”

Since when is informing the public of a criminals actions “operating on incomplete information,” Obama?

Whether it was the harsh scrutiny from the political world, or a generous payout from the Clinton foundation (they are known for that) Baier has withdrawn from his original statement. Using words like, “inartfull”  and statements like, “that’s not the process,” he backed down like a dog with its tail in between his legs.

“I want to be clear — I want to be clear about this,” Baeir said, “and this was — came from a Q and A that I did with Brit Hume after my show and after we went through everything. He asked me if, after the election, if Hillary Clinton wins, will this investigation continue, and I said, “yes absolutely.” I pressed the sources again and again what would happen. I got to the end of that and said, “they have a lot of evidence that would, likely lead to an indictment.” But that’s not, that’s inartfully answered. That’s not the process. That’s not how you do it. You have to have a prosecutor. If they don’t move forward with a prosecutor with the DOJ, there would be, I’m told, a very public call for an independent prosecutor to move forward. There is confidence in the evidence, but for me to phrase it like I did, of course that got picked up everywhere, but the process is different than that.”

Can someone say, “Coward?”

We as Americans have 2 choices; 1. Take a stand and vote against the political corruption, as it has so righteously exposed itself, or 2. Name this a last minute scandal (as we are only days away from election), lying to ourselves like Clinton’s supporters do. No wonder why Hillary herself called them “dumb asses.”

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