All the big money is riding on one horse: Hillary Clinton. She is therefore “too big to fail”, at least in the minds of wealthy gamblers. This explains why the FBI Director “blinked” and did not recommend indictments. He either was told or realized that if racehorse Hillary didn’t win, a lot of big-time gamblers would be very upset.
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Hillary Clinton: Too Big To Fail,” published to YouTube on July 10, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 8 minutes and 11 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
Back in 2007-2008, it was decided that some giant financial entities were “too big to fail.” And so, amazingly, the dreaded socialism was used to prop up a financial house of cards. The “Federal” Reserve and the U.S. Treasury Department thereby became enablers of reckless gamblers.
In 2016, it was decided by FBI Director James Comey and others unknown that Hillary Clinton was “too big to fail.” All the big money was riding on a single horse, and if she was pulled from the race due to sore-leg indictments, there would be Hell to pay.
So Comey “blinked.” Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer got it half right in a recent opinion piece. He theorized that FBI Director Comey feared that if he had recommended indictments and Hillary Clinton was later acquitted, then he would look bad.  What really happened though, in my theory, is that Director Comey was taken aside and advised, “Look. All the big money has been placed on Hillary Clinton. If you pull her from the race, a lot of serious gamblers are going to be very upset. And besides that, it risks an implosion of the financial system. Hillary Clinton, Mr. Comey, is too big to fail.”
Bernie Sanders did not have the big money riding on him. Neither did Donald Trump. This was a 1919 Black Sox situation, and Arnold Rothstein was not somebody to mess with. Not even if you were an FBI Director. “My horse had better win,” growled Rothstein.
And so the race has been fixed thus far. It looks bad. There has been a subversion of our democratic process. Is there no hope for we the people?
Hope may lie in another dimension. Granted, in the three-dimensional world everything is cause-and-effect. Everything is fixed in that paradigm. Yet free will nonetheless exists. It enters into the 3-D world via “God”, “Allah”, “Yahweh”, “Buddha”, or however one chooses to call the “I am.” Paradoxically, it is only by seeking to know God’s will and trying to do it, that we ourselves have free will. Free will is the one thing which can enter in and disturb the cause-and-effect merry-go-round.
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 “Theory on no prosecution”, by Charles Krauthammer. Published locally in The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, July 8, 2016.