Answer: it comes in two parts: first, while it’s perfectly obvious that it was quid pro quo, which is bribery for which all three of them should have gone to prison, these prosecutions are nearly impossible if there is not a filmed exchange of a bag of money, or a recorded conversation where the principals plainly state the exchange of favors; second, she’s a Democrat. They don’t even get a few cross words in the press for doing these things openly.
Besides, it’s small potatoes compared to what Democrat Senators Harry Reid, Chris Dodd, and Diane Feinstein (too many cases to link them all) have done routinely in broad daylight, with no consequence. But just because it’s difficult to prosecute, and just because other Democrats do it on a more grand scale does not mean she’s not guilty and doesn’t deserve to go to federal prison for bribery.
She did it, and she does. And because she’s in a tight race right now to retain her seat again Republican challenger Thom Tillis, it’s important to know who you might be voting for.
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