Trump Is Bluffing, Saying He Won’t Pursue Hillary Is A Blatant Bluff, Here’s Why…

Kellyanne Conway appeared on “Morning Joe,” on MSNBC and confirmed that Trump will not “pursue prosecution of Hillary.”

Some are skeptical and rightfully so.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton testifies before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, on Capitol Hill in Washington October 22, 2015. The congressional committee is investigating the deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, when Clinton was the secretary of state. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton testifies before the House Select Committee on Benghazi

Skeptical because the White House after the election, went on the record saying “we won’t rule out pardoning Hillary,” to protect her from Trump after the transition.  This is why we believe this just may be a chess move to avoid a potential pardoning and also to ensure a peaceful transition.

For those of you that know Jeff Sessions’ track record and comments on Hillary Clinton’s actions, you also are one of the skeptical ones.

Sessions said last month he’d lost confidence in Comey, according to a Breitbart account of his comments, and urged an investigation into the agency’s approach to the Clinton email probe, which wrapped without charges against Clinton for how she handled classified materials through her private server while she was secretary of state.









“This is scary to me,” Sessions said, according to the report. “I tried not to be critical of Comey at first.”

Sessions, in the interview, argued that Clinton, with the aid of Mills, had destroyed records under a Congressional subpoena.

“I am telling you that every business knows that if they get a subpoena for business records, and they destroy those records, they are subject to criminal prosecution and will be prosecuted,” Sessions said. “That’s a high prosecution case.”

We’ll see what eventually happens, but one can only assume that this is all a political bag of tricks, a chess move at the very least.