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Her estranged hubbie, Anthony Weiner, and if he were a fictional character he would be rejected by an editor as completely fantastic, is purportedly cooperating with the FBI.  Apparently there are some 650,000 emails on the laptop that Huma and Weiner shared, and Huma has said that she rarely used the laptop and does not know how her e-mails got on the laptop.  I suspect Weiner was saving these emails for a rainy day, and for him, Huma and Hillary it is now raining buckets.  Remember Huma, the fifth amendment needs to be invoked at the start of your questioning by the FBI.

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

42 Comments

  1. I hope Huma and Anthony have decent guardians for their kid because it’s just possible mom and dad will be in the pen. His trust fund will pay for the expensive analysis, poor child.

  2. All Saints evening. A Hollowed eve.

    The Church Triumphant might be assisting in the unraveling of the unscrupulous associates involved with HRC.

    A treat for US after being tricked for too many years. Orange jumpsuits might not be costumes for the players involved. It might be their daily attire. Who knows?

    All I am certain of is this; God will not be mocked forever. The trust to govern the people is not limited to mortal oversights.
    The I AM is real. He is love incarnate.
    The Church Triumphant is active.
    Engaged. It will have the final word.
    Not the church treacherous.

  3. Most interesting that all of this should come near the Feast of Christ the King which is today on the old calendar. He is our real boss and my guess He is not a little pissed about what’s happening in the world and in His Church.

  4. So, here is my guess:

    As the e-mail server story broke, the Clinton team raced to delete and save content that passed through the servers. The WikiLeaks materials suggest this was chaotic and undirected. At one point, for example, a Clinton staffer, charged with copying materials from devices that might be searched to other, unknown devices, called over to the Clinton Foundation for help. The Clinton Foundation provided a person and a laptop to get it done.

    My guess is that Huma, hurried with the many things she was already doing, asked an underling to take care of her part in the secreting away, and promptly forgot about it. Since she didn’t actually copy them over, she didn’t know what was there and, since she didn’t have time to investigate things, just assumed that what HAD been copied over was duplicative.

    Since no coordination was done, since no one over at State, for example, who had knowledge of protocols for vetting and saving was involved, there is no track of what existed, what was destroyed, and what was saved.

  5. I suspect she’s over at Bleach it working feverishly with the staff to finish that remote digital wipe-it-all-off cloth.

  6. When I’m down I think about how bad others have it. It doesn’t help.
    .
    Here, I’m elated that I’m not Huma’s or Anthony’s life insurance agent.
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    Imagine five .45 cal. rounds in the back of the head and it’s ruled a suicide.

  7. Yes, I am very bad. But just look at the way those two interact with each other. I think a love relationship is about to disintegrate.

    Perhaps. Though, I think patron-protege relationships with large age gaps are more a gay male phenomenon (and a 29 year age gap would be eccentric even in that circumstance). I tend to think Huma’s more of a daughter surrogate. However, Huma’s marriage to Anthony Weiner has from the get-go has had a putrid odor to it. He isn’t someone an Arab patriarch arranging a marriage for his daughter would pick out. In fact, he isn’t someone a high school teacher from Bloomington, Illinois would do more than tolerate if his daughter brought the man home. A 45 year old bachelor with no vocational skills to speak of (bar a 25 year history of holding office and working for office holders) who manages to be the least impressive person in his family is not someone you want for your daughter. You especially do not want that when he’s exposed as a creepazoid character less than a year into the marriage. And it’s not as if Huma could not attract the attention of someone not nearly so damaged (if you don’t mind me being crass about it).

  8. If I don’t know someone to be a murderer or a lesbian, I have no right to accuse them of it. Even if I know it, I have no right to gossip about it.

  9. The rule of kind interpretations applies to questions of private lives. Even public figures have a right to personal privacy, unless their behavior involves a serious public interest or rises to a level of criminality. Discussion of such matters is otherwise mere gossip and at least a malicious temptation. There is no shortage of serious public matters to rightly require our serious inquiry. Truth is what we rightly seek and we should seek it avidly as good citizens. “And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

  10. T, Shaw: Vince Foster walked one quarter mile after he committed suicide.

    Vincent Foster’s death was investigated by four different agencies and they all concluded he committed suicide. One of those four was Kenneth Starr’s office. His family has never made a stink about it, because they knew perfectly well he was miserable at the time.

  11. Well, William, Mr. Weiner’s ‘personal life’ has just collided with two or three criminal investigations. And I would not be too sure that Mr. Weiner’s marriage was ever about anything resembling a private life.

  12. Even public figures have a right to personal privacy, unless their behavior involves a serious public interest or rises to a level of criminality. Discussion of such matters is otherwise mere gossip

    Gary Hart called. He has a job open for you on his pr staff.

  13. @Don L. Reminds me of the very applicable book by Daniel Lalic “Where is Bin Laden and Others” (2009) and other relevant books he published regarding the Watergate infighting associated with terrorism, media and government corruption. Richard Clarke (Book Breakpoint) said you can learn more truth from fiction.

  14. “Vincent Foster’s death was investigated by four different agencies and they all concluded he committed suicide. One of those four was Kenneth Starr’s office. His family has never made a stink about it, because they knew perfectly well he was miserable at the time.”

    Yep. Just like Hillary’s email use has been investigated by the FBI & DOJ.

  15. “The rule of kind interpretations applies to questions of private lives. Even public figures have a right to personal privacy, unless their behavior involves a serious public interest or rises to a level of criminality. ”

    Uh. Hillary’s behavior does exactly that.

  16. “Imagine five .45 cal. rounds in the back of the head and it’s ruled a suicide.”

    The folks, like the Arkansas state trooper who was found dead of an apparent suicide less than a week after he was named as a witness in the Paula Corbin Jones’ lawsuit against Bill Clinton, are not imaginary.

  17. “His family has never made a stink about it, because they knew perfectly well he was miserable at the time.”

    Have you spoken to his family about this, personally?

  18. One thing is a fact for sure. The Democrats are turning on Comey, and they will turn on Huma just as quickly if they see fit.

  19. The Christian Teacher, Right. I only listen to talk radio in the car. Yesterday, one program ran about 15 minutes of dozens of July 2016 Demrat sound bites on Crooked Comey all trumpeting how the FBI Director is the most competent, honest and trustworthy public official since Lincoln. Now, not so much.

  20. Lest anyone misunderstand my comment, Weiner is being investigated for a crime against a minor. Whether there is a sexual relationship between Huma and Hillary is speculation. Several people around Hillary have been involved in violations of the Espionage Act, and Weiner into the mix for possession. Gary Hart, by the way engaged in behavior which exposed him to blackmail and that was enough to exclude him from office. It should be more than enough to exclude Hillary and many others. My comment simply raises the issue of when detraction is morally justified.

  21. Have you spoken to his family about this, personally?

    No, don’t need to. It’s a matter of public record that they’ve offered no complaints about any of the four investigations into his death. Both Mrs. Foster and his GP back in Arkansas have offered information about his mental state. The GP talked to him by phone and wrote out a scrip for anti-depressants. Over 30,000 people commit suicide every year in this country. The use of firearms is the mode. About 70% of all suicides are white males. Men commonly (though not universally) experience personal crises in their middle 40s. No clue why any of this seems so suspicious to you all.

  22. Yep. Just like Hillary’s email use has been investigated by the FBI & DOJ.

    And the FBI has the goods on her as they have admitted. It is political appointees under Loretta Lynch who have sabotaged the investigation. The investigation of Foster’s death was first undertaken by professionals at the U.S. Park Police and last undertaken by Kenneth Starr, who was not shy about bringing charges against the Clinton crew. Pondering this at this juncture is a complete waste of time. He committed suicide. Deal with it.

  23. William Walsh I too have been thinking about the sin of detraction … I want to be careful not to disenchant any potential Catholics reading anything I might say on TAC.
    “Good St. Joseph, Prudent, Just, Temperate, and Strong, pray for us. “

  24. William Walsh I too have been thinking about the sin of detraction …

    None of us are in a position to reveal Huma Abedin’s hidden faults, so it’s irrelevant to this discussion. As for Anthony Weiner, his public esteem could hardly go lower.

  25. As Father Rutler puts it, we may not call anyone evil but we must fight evil. To fight anything, we must recognize it for what it is. It is not the person. To call a person evil is close to being Manichaean. God makes no one evil but all may choose, and such choices are known but to God and perhaps imperfectly to the one who chooses. So we look at the fruits various trees bear and choose among them wisely like serpents but treat the persons as would doves with kind interpretations. Sorry but that’s just the best I can do with a difficult subject, and one with which I struggle. My inner Attila the Hun would have less compunction. I try to keep him at bay.

  26. Yes. Let’s not call a person evil nor wish them evil. However, let’s call upon St Michael to cast into hell Satan and all evil spirits, for grace for sinners to convert and for all evil plans (not planners) to meet with ruin.

  27. re: “Pinky on Monday, October 31, A.D. 2016 at 9:01am

    I hate to be the wet blanket, but come on, it isn’t like we have to make bad stuff up this election cycle.”

    This has got to be the most entertaining presidential election since I’ve been voting (1980).

    Of course Texas politics can often be colorful.

    But the presidential race ? Never so amused in my life.

  28. “It’s a matter of public record that they’ve offered no complaints about any of the four investigations into his death.”

    That statement is based on pure circular reasoning.

  29. “And the FBI has the goods on her as they have admitted. It is political appointees under Loretta Lynch who have sabotaged the investigation.”

    Well, actually the FBI has NOT said they have the goods on Hillary. The director simply said the investigation was being reopened. Unless, I have missed something. Can you provide a link showing a statement from the FBI re: the so called “goods?” And no action has yet to be taken re: Hillary & Company’s obvious violation of multiple federal laws. And most likely never will be.

    “Pondering this at this juncture is a complete waste of time. He committed suicide. Deal with it.”

    I’m not pondering anything. I am convinced the man was murdered. And my opinion re: that matter has not changed for years. Deal with it.

  30. “Let’s not call a person evil nor wish them evil.”

    Hillary Clinton is evil, folks. I guess you need to pray for me.

  31. Well, actually the FBI has NOT said they have the goods on Hillary.

    The Criminal Division of the Department of Justice and the various U.S. Attorneys refused to convene a grand jury or make use of any of the standing grand juries in the District of Columbia. That hamstrung the investigation terribly, and Comey added additional restrictions on his subordinates that did further damage. That did not prevent the FBI professionals from amassing sufficient evidence to prosecute HRC. IT’s just that Comey elected to operate under the pretense that prosecutorial discretion would save her. Which of course it would not, if we had honest prosecutors.

  32. That statement is based on pure circular reasoning.

    The term ‘circular reasoning’ does not mean what you think it means. Mrs. Foster and her children have offered no complaints. If they had, you could easily reference them.

  33. Pinky
    “If I don’t know someone to be a murderer or a lesbian, I have no right to accuse them of it. Even if I know it, I have no right to gossip about it.”
    I said: “T. Shaw: Vince Foster walked one quarter mile after he committed suicide.” That is sticking to the factual. I incriminated no one, mentioned no person’s name or inferred, nor insinuated any criminal. Vince Foster’s body was found one quarter mile from where he had committed suicide, Strange No? Factual.

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