On November, 2016, I felt deeply honored to cast my vote for Donald Trump for President. This was the first time in 44 years that I voted for a major party candidate for president. I voted in every presidential election in the past since I turned 21 years of age, but in the past eleven presidential elections, I voted for third party candidates since I thought that the main party candidates were worthless. I believe that history has shown that my decision was correct.
It is now time for President Trump to display powerful leadership and accomplish a very unpleasant task. President Trump must move forward with the difficult task of directing his Attorney General to name an unbiased prosecutor from the AG’s office to thoroughly investigate the many alleged criminal activities of Bill and Hillary Clinton and all of their alleged associates.
As a law abiding American, I do not wish nor expect President Trump to allow an individual to conduct a witch hunt or a smear campaign. The prosecutor must be totally unbiased, fair, and just in every aspect of his/her investigation.
It strongly appears that any sane and sensible American would conclude that the very top levels of the FBI and the U.S. Justice Department under the direction of President Obama have been deeply involved with numerous criminal activities directed by the Clinton Family and the Clinton Foundation and their associates. These alleged criminal actions strike at the heart of the American People and the U.S. Constitution.
I strongly believe that justice delayed is justice denied. Therefore, if there is not a special justice department investigative team working to legally gather evidence regarding the Clinton Family, the Clinton Foundation, and the Clinton Associates on or before January 30, 2018, I must conclude that President Donald Trump is unable to execute the powers of the President and Chief of the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government.
R. Van Conoley ( Editor’s Note: I understand that this is a difficult task for President Trump. Also, high level officials must be placed under oath. Some of those that should be placed under oath include: Loretta Lynch, James Comey, Huma Abedin, Sally Quillian Yates, Adam Schiff, Andrew McCabe, Jill McCabe, and many others associated with Secretary of State Clinton who aided and abetted in the destruction of evidence. )