Former Mob-Prosecutor Rudy Giuliani Explains the LONG LIST of Crimes Hillary Could be Charged With

In all honesty, Americans should not be questioning whether or not Hillary Clinton should be our next president. They should, instead, be wondering if she will ever serve jail time for her litany of offenses.

The former Secretary of State has had her hands dirty since the time of Whitewater. However, she is unlikely to see any prosecution from that.

Still, if she were anybody but the isolated bureaucrat and political elitist that she is, she would have long ago been forced to turn her pantsuits in for an orange jumpsuit.

While there are a string of crimes she could be charged with, the bulk of them stem from her unabashed shenanigans during her stint as Secretary of State. Though she has repeatedly lied about her offenses, it is clear now that repeatedly, the former official transmitted classified and even top-secret State Department documents over an unsecured server for any second-rate hacker to pluck from the sky if they were so inclined.

Our national secrets were left open and vulnerable at a time when China, Russia and North Korea are all looking to the net for their modes of espionage. Clinton has alternated between denying the accusations, admitting the accusations, blaming the conduct on subordinates and demonizing those who dare to question her as being part of a “witch-hunt.”

Though many admit that she likely committed crimes, Sean Hannity, with the help of former New York Mayor and bulldog prosecutor Rudy Giuliani, has compiled a list of crimes Clinton could be charged with if the Obama Justice Department were actually interested in pursuing justice.

“When you hear they’re expanding their investigation beyond a preliminary fact-finding, that’s not good for her,” Sean said to Giuliani.

“Particularly the mention of 18 United States Code Section 1001,” Giuliani stated. “That’s a big statute. That’s the statute Martha Stewart was indicted under and it makes it a crime to give a false statement, not just under oath, but a false statement, for example, to an FBI agent or an assistant U.S. Attorney.”

The list of possible crimes is as follows:

18USC§201   Bribery

18USC§208   Acts Effecting A Personal Financial Interest (Includes Recommendations)

18USC§371   Conspiracy

18USC§1001  False Statements

18USC§1341  Frauds And Swindles (Mail Fraud)

18USC§1343  Fraud By Wire

18USC§1349  Attempt And Conspiracy (To Commit Fraud)

18USC§1505  Obstruction Of Justice

18USC§1519  Destruction (Alteration Or Falsification) Of Records In Federal Investigation

18USC§1621  Perjury (Including Documents Signed Under Penalties Of Perjury)

18USC§1905 Disclosure Of Confidential Information

18USC§1924  Unauthorized Removal And Retention Of Classified Documents Or Material

18USC§2071  Concealment (Removal Or Mutilation) Of Government Records

18USC§7201  Attempt To Evade Or Defeat A Tax (Use Of Clinton Foundation Funds For Personal Or Political Purposes)

18USC§7212  Attempts To Interfere With Administration Of Internal Revenue Laws (Call To IRS On Behalf Of UBS Not Turning Over Accounts To IRS)

The list is a great start, but in my humble opinion, a case could be made for criminally negligent homicide for her role in repeatedly denying the requested security upgrades begged for by now-slain former U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.

At the very least, a conspiracy charge of some sort certainly seems appropriate.

Giuliani is used to dealing with thugs; he is largely credited with helping break the back of the New York mob. If his bar dues are paid-up, I propose Giuliani prosecute the bureaucrat.

About the Author

Greg Campbell
Greg Campbell
An unapologetic patriot and conservative, Greg emerged within the blossoming Tea Party Movement as a political analyst dedicated to educating and advocating for the preservation of our constitutional principles and a free-market solution to problems birthed by economic liberalism. From authoring scathing commentaries to conducting interviews with some of the biggest names in politics today including party leaders, activists and conservative media personalities, Greg has worked to counter the left’s media narratives with truthful discussions of the biggest issues affecting Americans today. Greg’s primary area of focus is Second Amendment issues and the advancement of honest discussion concerning the constitutional right that protects all others. He lives in the Northwest with his wife, Heather, and enjoys writing, marksmanship and the outdoors.

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