Did Trump Make a “Secret Deal NOT To Prosecute Hillary” In Exchange for Her Concession?

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Editor’s Note: Or Obama will pardon her just like Ford pardoned Nixon… then again, that is if any of these people will ever actually admit she committed crimes in the first place.

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Admittedly, the question is speculative, but not without merit.

During the debates and in the heated final days of the campaign, Donald Trump vowed to assign a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary and send her to jail.

It was easily the highlight of the entire campaign:

But when you talk about apology, I think the one that you should really be apologizing for and the thing that you should be apologizing for are the 33,000 e-mails that you deleted, and that you acid washed, and then the two boxes of e-mails and other things last week that were taken from an office and are now missing.

And I’ll tell you what. I didn’t think I’d say this, but I’m going to say it, and I hate to say it. But if I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation, because there has never been so many lies, so much deception. There has never been anything like it, and we’re going to have a special prosecutor.

When I speak, I go out and speak, the people of this country are furious. In my opinion, the people that have been long-term workers at the FBI are furious. There has never been anything like this, where e-mails — and you get a subpoena, you get a subpoena, and after getting the subpoena, you delete 33,000 e-mails, and then you acid wash them or bleach them, as you would say, very expensive process.

So we’re going to get a special prosecutor, and we’re going to look into it, because you know what? People have been — their lives have been destroyed for doing one-fifth of what you’ve done. And it’s a disgrace. And honestly, you ought to be ashamed of yourself. (source)

But, now that victory has set in, and the election is officially over, can anybody expect that he will actually do it?

Certainly, we must wait until he is inaugurated and has a chance to show what kind of president he will be.

However, Trump’s victory speech gives good reason to doubt the prospects for his actually assigning a “special prosecutor” against Hillary Clinton.

He opened the speech with praise for Clinton and a call for unity – certainly a different chord for now-president-elect Trump:

TRUMP: I’ve just received a call from Secretary Clinton. (APPLAUSE) She congratulated us — it’s about us — on our victory, and I congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. I mean, she — she fought very hard. Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time, and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country.

(APPLAUSE) I mean that very sincerely. (APPLAUSE)

Now it’s time for America to bind the wounds of division; have to get together. To all Republicans and Democrats and independents across this nation, I say it is time for us to come together as one united people.

Certainly, there is something to be said for being a gracious winner – and for Trump, proving to his critics that he won’t be their worst nightmare.

Pardon, The Price of Concession?

But what really accounts for the shift in tone?

Late in the evening, John Podesta – top aide to Hillary, thoroughly implicated in wickedness by Wikileaks – announced, in essence, that the campaign would not concede, that they would wait until every last vote was counted.

Clearly, Team Hillary was fully prepared to challenge a recount, to take it to court in every venue possible. Al Gore did so (and with good cause), and she could too.

Hillary and her campaign had every opportunity to deny Trump easy victory, even when there was no real chance left for her. They could have drawn things out for some time.

And yet, shortly after Podesta’s announcement, Trump gave his victory speech, noting a call from Hillary Clinton herself in which she conceded – but on what terms?

Though it is admittedly speculative – can anyone else claim to know what was said during that call? – it is entirely possible that the primary demand for her swift admission of defeat was that any and all possibility of prosecution and investigation for her sordid and illegal activities be taken off the table.

Did Hillary make THAT call?

Did Trump essentially grant her immunity from his own special court in exchange for acknowledging the win he otherwise already earned?

Only time will tell.

For her part, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway claimed that the question hasn’t been ruled out, but wasn’t discussed in recent days or during the call with Hillary Clinton:

Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence are “looking to unify the country, but we haven’t discussed that in recent days, and I think that it’s all in due time,” campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told MSNBC in an interview, as quoted by Reuters.

But it STILL seems that Hillary knows something that we all do not – because she has said all along that it is not going to happen… that there isn’t even the slightest chance:

So, is she right about that?

What will Trump do in the first 100 days?

Don’t be surprised if campaign rhetoric ends up being just all talk. For Trump supporters who were, above all, opposing Hillary Clinton and urging her being prosecuted and held accountable – don’t hold your breath.

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  • Phil_Ossifer

    Another tinfoil-hat moment. This is the kind of sheeyit that always makes the rounds just after a hotly-contested election. The most likely scenario is that Obama will grant the Hildabeast a full pardon around 11:00PM EST on his last full day in office. Look up Presidential Proclamation 4311 (Ford’s pardon of Nixon) for a good example of how to word a general pardon. Wikipedia has it.

    • Won’t she have to have been indicted to be pardoned, wouldn’t it be better to wait till O is gone and then indict her?

  • I love Swedish fish

    Thats part of the deal I would say HOWEVER, Hellery will still pay with her soul.

    • Tom Buyea — Fla.News service

      I do not think she has one ? !

      • I love Swedish fish

        she has one but it’s been sold to the devil

  • Montana Man

    I don’t believe Trump made any such agreement with Hillary, who knew she had lost. However, Donald may choose to announce that he’s decided to pardon her for her security breaches (Email-gate), in order to appeal to liberals. By doing this he will appear as someone who has their best wishes in mind. Since the Clintons will no longer be in a position to offer “Pay for Play” favors, pursuing the FBI’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation would only further alienate himself from those who voted for Hillary (which includes the left-wing media). By backing off, Democrats might form a more positive opinion of him. Therefore, don’t get mad at him if he decides not to prosecute Hillary.

    • Phil_Ossifer

      Letting the Hildabeast and her corrupt foundation off the hook completely would damage Trump’s credibility irreparably. It would be like he was giving a giant middle finger to his supporters by essentially “getting in bed” with a known criminal whom he had just spent months denouncing for the very acts he would be pardoning her for. And I don’t think he really gives a damn about what Democrats think of him now or later, since Dems have a long history of reneging on deals and backstabbing any Republican who tries to extend an olive branch. Remember the old saying, “Screw me once, shame on you…screw me twice, shame on me?”

      • Montana Man

        You’re absolutely right, but the least amount of resistance from the left will allow Trump to succeed much more. He can be their enemy, or he can be their ENEMY. I’m reminded how the lowlife liberals hampered Sarah Palin’s work as Governor.

    • Your right she already knew she was out,before the elections, why did she cancel the celebratory fireworks two days before the elections? In order to be pardoned wouldn’t she have to be indicted first? That is not likely to happen till O leaves office. Then again she could be indicted under the Trump administration and because there are so many on the right screaming for her to be locked up he may not pardon her at the risk of a very angry constituency.

  • Ivan arisbal

    But understand that Trump is in a difficult situation, if he gets Clinton prosecuted, OMG the media will be up in arms, it will be in the news for months, how evil he is to do that; I think personally that he should pardon her and move on. The lady is already in her 70’s, not in good health, just move on, get the country back on track, fix the economy, fix obamacare, the tax code.

    • Phil_Ossifer

      As a compromise the Feds could do what they normally do – grossly overcharge in an indictment so as to get the target to plead down. Getting the Hildabeast to cop a plea would serve a number of purposes. It would keep her out of jail, brand her as a convicted felon for the rest of her miserable life and Trump would look like he was being both tough and compassionate. But letting her skate completely would send the absolutely wrong message, the message that laws, indeed, are for peasants.

    • gingercake5

      She committed treason and many murders…

    • Not if the liberal media is either infiltrated of dismantled, keep watching the Wikileaks me thinks more bombshells to come that will put the whole credibility of the left controlled media in question and suspicion even by the liberals!

  • Larry

    I vote for indictment, but if that doesn’t happen, “We the People” can always drag her ass into the high street and execute her for the world to see. That would suit me just fine and throw in ALL other liberals while we’re at it !

    • Tom Buyea — Fla.News service

      Death is too good, Life in prison ! With no cell phones or e-mails or daylight which would kill her which would be a way out of her life sentence ! Have you ever noticed we never see her in the daylight ? ! If she is charged and the New York City Police Department’s talking about it is probably the best chance ? Then I bet she has a private jet always waiting to hustle her off to a Country that has No Extradition policies with the USA ? and a couple of her long time Secret Service Agents that she still has access to due to being the wife of a former President, That she has on a special hidden pay roll with a big bonus when and if she needs them to sneak her to the nearest private airport. She does not have a couple Billion dollars in Countries with no extradition policies like the one she transferred 1.8 Billion dollars to a few days ago if you plan on going to Court in the USA ? I also heard somewhere recently that Obama just purchased a 4 million dollar house in a no extradition Country !

      • Larry

        I do like the way you think, Tom !

  • Public_Citizen

    The DOJ is going to need to set up a new division for The Office of Special Prosecutors just to deal with all the inter-connected cases of political corruption that need to be dealt with in order to properly drain the swamp that is Washington, D.C.
    Even if Hellary isn’t prosecuted for her e-mail treason there is enough other stuff to hang her butt on [just the Clinton Foundation alone should do it] to put her away for the rest of her [un]natural life.

    • Steve from Ohio

      Get rid of the highly unconstitutional department of justice. It was invented by president Grant to cover for his highly corrupted presidency. It was a way to placate the people thinking that they would get justice when all they got was a cover up.

      Each state has an attorney general. Every state can bring charges against federal crimes. There are 50 states…and 50 AG’s….that is almost impossible to corrupt. The federal government cannot investigate itself. It never works….ever. Give that power back to the states where the founding fathers said it should be.

      • Public_Citizen

        Well that works for me as long as each states AG has the authority to prosecute any federal employee for any crime committed any place under the jurisdiction of the Constitution of the USA.
        However, I don’t think that most AGs would agree to the AG from another state trespassing on their territorial jurisdiction.

  • Mike Slaney

    Justice demands a full accounting, no deals. This one is full of criminal activities, and NO we are NOT going to “WIPE IT WITH A CLOTH OR SOMETHING,” THE DOJ NEEDS A LOT OF PRESSURE, and not a pardon.

  • Harold Saive

    Click-Bait….Hillary will be pardoned by Obama. She never needed Trump to promise not to prosecute

    • Nexusfast123

      How do you pardon someone that has not been convicted? The State Department emails are apparently just one aspect of her wrong doing.

      • Phil_Ossifer

        President Ford pardoned Ricard Nixon in 1974 and Nixon had not been convicted of anything. See Presidential Proclamation 4311. Wikipedia has it. Bear in mind, though, that this is only for federal crimes. State crimes require a governor’s pardon.

  • TruthBeTold

    At this time, of course, this is pure speculation about how much we can trust Donald Trump to do what he said he would do. Only God knows, but we all will find out in a short period of time. As all of the Trump supporters that I know voted for him because of the hope for real change that could occur based upon what he promised to do, if he ends up being just another lying politician who belongs in the swamp, rather than the one who will drain the swamp, the absolute sense of betrayal that we would feel at the core of our being would likely result in the destruction of our nation once and for all. Be that as it may, IN GOD WE TRUST – not man. And God will NEVER LEAVE US NOR FORSAKE US.

  • Tom Buyea — Fla.News service

    Yes !! Definitely

  • Goldbug

    Podesta the Pedophile came out election night to tell the Hillary crowd to go home, because neither PA nor MI had called it for Trump, who was ahead, and even though the count was 97% in .. so Hillary sent Podesta because she was balling her eyes out, punching holes in the walls and pouring herself another highball, while Bill was hiding from her. If Trump ever makes any deal with Hillary, Obama, or any of the Swamp Dwellers, his “revolution” will run over him like a thousand Sherman tanks. Being courteous to Obozo the Clown was probably Trump’s most difficult task of the day.

  • Steve Turner

    Planted story to ruin Trumps credibility. Not working, we are awake now.

  • Steve from Ohio

    There are state of NY charges from NYC investigation of child sex and other states that a presidential pardon has no effect on.

    The investigation of Anthony Wiener has a lot of info about the Clintons and their Foundation and ties to child sex slavery. That is not pardonable by the president as it is now under not only federal but state investigation.

    The political crimes are not the main issue……it is the crimes against children and the murders of 100’s of thousands….maybe millions of people through the Clinton State department’s policies. For these, there can be no pardon. Anyone who pardons them will be forever painted in history as a partner in crime.

  • Heather Mcdougall

    Just make Trey Gowdy AG and America can sit back and watch the show. Trey Gowdy won’t even let Trump stop him, once he’s AG, Tenacious for the Law and Constitution, Trey Gowdy is our next President.

  • Without a doubt, must pay for Benghazi and Yemen and the other countries destroyed by the Clinton Foundation.