Leftist actress Susan Sarandon, an avid supporter of 74-year-old, wild-eyed socialist Bernie Sanders, made an ominous prediction that at least half of the Democrat Party doesn’t want to see happen.
In an interview with MSNBC’s Chris Jansing on Thursday, Sarandon predicted that Hillary Clinton would be indicted over the scandal known as EmailGate, Clinton unlawfully keeping government records on a private computer server, an act that violates the Federal Records Act.
Jansing began the line of questioning by noting that Sanders’ hope of being the Democrat nominee appears to have the numbers highly stacked against him.
“He would need to flip more than 300, about 300 superdelegates. It would be beyond unprecedented,” Jansing said.
“It would be unprecedented, especially since so many of them are lobbyists for exactly the things that he’s against, but nobody’s even talking about this indictment,” she said. “What happens with that? Besides the trust issue of catching her in so many lies—”
“Well, there has been no indictment,” Jansing said.
“No, but there’s going to be,” she confidently predicted.
“We don’t know that,” Jansing said.
“Well, we don’t know that he’s not going to get the numbers, either,” Sarandon replied.
What would be even more unprecedented than a Bernie comeback at this point would be a presumptive presidential nominee who gets perp-walked.
Sarandon told Jansing that it would be “very hard” for her to support Hillary Clinton should she go on to become the Democrat Party nominee.
One has to wonder what, if anything, Sarandon knows that the rest of us don’t about a possible Hillary indictment. It could just be wishful thinking from the Sanders sycophant.
Then again, as our Greg Campbell reported on Thursday, while the Clinton campaign has attempted to downplay the FBI criminal investigation as some kind of obscure “security inquiry,” according to an intelligence source close to the FBI investigation, the latest inspector general report was significantly more damaging than Clinton has let on as the report increases “the likelihood and pressure” that the DOJ will indict Clinton.