One – “Well, you committed about a dozen felonies, but I can tell you didn’t really intend to, so we’re gonna give you the benefit of the doubt.”
Two – “We’re going to interview you regarding potential illegal activity, but not record anything that is said. That way you won’t get in any trouble just in case you inadvertently say something you shouldn’t.”
Three – “There is evidence to support a conclusion that any reasonable person in Secretary Clinton’s position, or in the position of those with whom she was corresponding about those matters, should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that conversation.”
Say what!? So she’s not even been held to the level of “any reasonable person?”
Ignorance is never an excuse for breaking the law. Just try using it as an excuse sometime, I have, and it doesn’t work…unless of course your name is Hillary Clinton. In which case you’re not actually ignorant of the law, you’re just pretending to be ignorant of the law, and the people investigating you are pretending like they really care about you breaking the law, which they’re not.
God help you if you’re someone who’s not part of “the swamp.” In these cases “the law” is revered, it is something that is sacred, and something that comes down like a hammer.
Right, General Flynn? Right, Martha Stewart? Just to name a couple of the more noteworthy and recognizable examples.
It seems that Lady Justice has been peeking out from under her blindfold quite a bit lately.