Hillary Clinton was overheard threatening executives at NBC saying “If I lose, we all go down!” Her tantrum came in the aftermath of Matt Lauer asking real questions of Ms. Clinton instead of sticking to the pre-arranged script. 
The big fuss about the firing of FBI Director James Comey last week is not about Democrats being shocked – shocked! – about it. What seems to be underway is that President Donald Trump is moving to fulfill a campaign promise: To “drain the swamp.” After much obstructionism by Democrats, Jeff Sessions was at last confirmed as the new Attorney General. That opened the way for the next step: the firing of FBI Director Comey. (Background: My Theory Of Comey Firing, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, May 14, 2017)
Draining the swamp begins with indictments of Hillary Clinton and others unknown. ““If I lose, we all go down!” screamed a terrified Madame Clinton, the center cog in a great wheel of corruption.
Moving with glacial surety towards the instant karma justice of Hillary Clinton et al. is a Platte River Network congressional investigation, according to Internet reporter H.A. Goodman, whose recent video, “New FBI Director To Re-open Clinton Email Case”, is hopefully viewable at the top. In late April of 2017 The Denver Post reported that a congressional committee wants the government to prosecute Treve Suazo, CEO of Platte River Network. The Clinton family reportedly became their client in June 2013 — about four months after HRC left the job as secretary of state. Software called BleachBit, used to scrub files, is alleged to have been used by a Platte River Network employee. 
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 “Temper! Temper! Hillary Goes On Rampage For Over An Hour- Throwing Glass at Staffer’s Head”, Victuras Libertas, September 9, 2016. http://victuruslibertas.com/2016/09/temper-temper-killary-goes-on-rampage-for-over-an-hour-throwing-glass-at-staffers-head/
 “U.S. House committee chairman asks Justice Department to prosecute Platte River Network’s CEO”, by Tamara Chuang. The Denver Post, updated April 28, 2017. http://www.denverpost.com/2017/04/27/platte-river-network-ceo-justice-department/