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Clinton pardon pending? White House leaves the door open for Obama’s pardon of crooked Hillary [Video]

The White House does not rule out pardoning Hillary Clinton.

Even though Hillary Clinton has not been officially charged with a crime, yet…The White House isn’t ruling out the possibility of Hillary, and her elaborately structure crime syndicate, receiving a last-minute pardon from President Barack Obama.

Obama still has two months left in his lame-duck presidency, and a pardon for Hillary may not only save the Clinton’s from a lengthy jail term, but may also halt further scrutiny into Hillary’s hidden email communications, which we feel may implicate Barack Obama with some nefarious activity.

Remember folks, everything the Clinton’s touch corrodes and turns corrupt…and Hillary Clinton was all over Obama.

During Wednesday’s White House press briefing, Josh Earnest was asked whether POTUS Obama had considered using his executive power to pardon HRC. Earnest’s response was rather cryptic…

“The president has offered clemency to a substantial number of Americans who were previously serving time in federal prisons.”

“And we didn’t talk in advance about the president’s plans to offer clemency to any of those individuals and that’s because we don’t talk about the president’s thinking, particularly with respect to any specific cases that may apply to pardons or commutations.”

The New York Post reports

There are also reports that the feds are investigating the Clinton Foundation.

No charges have been filed against Clinton.

But when President Gerald Ford pardoned his predecessor, Richard Nixon, in 1974, it was for any crimes Nixon might have committed against the US while he was president.

Ford justified his decision by claiming that a long, drawn-out trial would only have further polarized the nation.

During the presidential campaign, President-elect Donald Trump said he’d appoint a “special prosecutor” to handle the matter — and campaign manager Kellyanne Conway suggested Wednesday the matter was still on the table.

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