By Kevin “Coach” Collins
Hilary Clinton’s quest for the White House will end in her indictment. There is no other way to get this done as quickly and efficiently and those with personal interests in her candidacy will be the ones who bring her down.
I first predicted this in early April and nothing has happened to either changed my mind or lessen the chances of it taking place. This stillborn quixotic foolishness ends with Hillary getting indicted and pleading to a single count of failing to sign papers as required when she left the State Department.
Laugh if you wish, but I see it this way; John Boehner and Mitch McConnell go to their president in a secret meeting and tell him that “crazy conservatives” want to impeach him. This has no chance of happening, of course, but it must be dealt with anyway. After their inaction on illegal aliens, Obamacare and Obamatrade, Boehner and McConnell will be under increasing pressure from the right wing of the Republican Party to do something.
Since there really is only one political Party, the Uniparty and Boehner and McConnell run the Republican wing of the Uniparty, pressure to impeach Barack Obama will have to be dealt with for them to get his lame duck policies through. As good Uniparty members they want to do what their president wants but they can’t without removing the impeachment problem.
In a secret meeting they will agree that only a slice of bright red meat will satisfy the conservatives. This will eventually bring them to Hillary Clinton because by the time this happens she will be fending off charges of criminal activity while she was Sectary of State and most voters will be convinced of her guilt anyway.
Top Democrat members of the Uniparty will be called in to help make this happen. Attorney General Loretta Lynch will be instructed to convene a secret Grand Jury using evidence gathered by Trey Gowdy and Darrell Issa to put together an inch thick indictment.
When the news of the indictment gets out, several well placed Democrats will call for her to “temporarily suspend her candidacy while she refutes these false charges,” all the while knowing she can’t.
As the pages fall off the calendar and January turns to February other Democrat “friends” of Hillary will first privately, then publicly, ask her to step aside as her troubles “are not going away and we need a candidate to stop the Republicans.”
In a closed courtroom in New York or Washington it will all come to an end with Hillary pleading guilty to a single misdemeanor charge and getting a six month suspended sentence.
Since the candidate taking her place will be in Iowa or maybe Mars – as far away as humanly possible- the story will last only until the next Sunday morning.
The stake will finally be driven into her heart, precisely where it should be. Hillary’s indictment solves lots of problems.