Paul Ryan says the Clintons are living 'above the law'

Paul Ryan on Tuesday night continued harshly criticizing Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while in office, saying that “she clearly lives above the law” and that her actions were disqualifying.

“What bothers me about this is that the Clintons really are living above the law,” the House Speaker told Megyn Kelly during an interview on Fox News. “This is one of the reasons why people are so dissatisfied, so upset about government. They think that people live by a different set of rules, and the Clintons, they take the candle on this one.”

Asked by Kelly whether he thought Clinton’s actions were disqualifying, Ryan replied: “Oh, sure I do.”
Ryan also questioned how the FBI and director James Comey were able to come to the conclusion that he did regarding the FBI’s investigation, adding that he felt the bureau director laid out the perfect case for prosecution in his press conference Tuesday.
“He basically spent a number of minutes walking through how she not only mishandled classified information, how she was grossly negligent. It seemed to me as he was going through his case, it seemed he was going to recommend prosecution, only then he recommended against prosecution. People have been convicted for far less,” he said.
Ryan is right about that.  Facebook was full of examples of people who were punished for far less.  A Marine officer was pushed out of the service for sending a life-saving message on an unsecured email.

Former prosecutor Andrew McCarthy also wrote:
FBI Rewrites Federal Law to Let Hillary Off the Hook


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