What About an “Unreasonable” Prosecutor?

So James Comey says no “reasonable” prosecutor would bring a case against Hillary Clinton for her obvious transgressions. Beyond reinforcing the impression that “laws are for little people” and not the Clintons, what about an unreasonable prosecutor, whom the Justice Department otherwise seems to have in abundance? (Just to pick one example, how about the case of the DoJ prosecution of a Florida fisherman charged with “destroying evidence” under Sarbanes-Oxley when he threw some fish back into the water? Even the liberals on the Supreme Court didn’t buy that application of the statute.)

While we see how much damage Comey’s recitation of the facts does to Clinton (a fair bit I think), let’s at least have a fond look back at Remy’s take on Hillary’s “DCMatic”:


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