In 1997 Whitewater Scandal Clinton partner James McDougal said, I think the Clintons are really sort of like tornadoes moving through people’s lives.
Anyone who has followed events involving Bill and/or Hillary Clinton since 1992 would agree with that statement. Now the Clintons are the tornado moving through Robert Mueller’s life while he’s the tornado running through a lot of other people lives, make that innocent people’s lives.
David Greenfield, How Hillary Clinton Set Mueller up to Fail:
Hillary’s lies split Mueller’s congressional constituency of Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans. And if Mueller can’t prove Hillary’s stolen election conspiracy theory, the Democrats will be the first to turn on him. The longer the Mueller investigation drags on, the higher the expectations for its outcome grow. Like Madoff, Mueller is trapped in an investigative pyramid scheme that he can never deliver on. And so all he can do is keep growing the pyramid, branch it out and drag it on for as long as humanly possible.
That’s the Washington D.C. way.
Hillary Clinton’s reverse Midas Touch cost the Democrats the election. Their obsession with Hillary’s election conspiracy theories is likely to cost them the midterm elections. The average voter cares about the economy. The Russia conspiracy theories leave swing voters unimpressed and uninterested. And when the Mueller investigation runs out of every trick and gimmick, it will also be Hillary’s fault.
And by the time that’s done, the Democrats will have wasted three elections chasing Hillary’s lies.
As becomes more apparent every day, the real motive driving the Mueller investigation is twofold: First to bring Trump’s approval numbers down in order to successfully impeach him when (if?) the Democrats take back the House; and Second, and this one is paramount, to be the cover up for all the crimes Hillary committed since 2008.
As James McDougal so preciently said back in 1997, I think the Clintons are really sort of like tornadoes moving through people’s lives.
Yes, even the lives of the Washington DC swamp rats.