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The chants of "LOCK HER UP" will not be forgotten just because Hillary Clinton is not only a criminal but a loser.
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Trump has vowed to put Hillary where she belongs and Trump supporters fully expect him to follow through on this promise. The FBI is still currently investigating the Clinton Foundation as well.

In the wee hours on the morning of November 9th the political landscape within America changed forever, as Pennsylvania with its 20- electoral votes, catapulted Donald Trump into the presidency and into the history books!

The end came for the Clinton campaign at around 3:00 a.m. as 98% of Pennsylvania’s precincts reported a razor-thin margin for Trump and then quickly within moments declared him the winner pushing him over the threshold with 277-electoral votes and shocking the world, especially those within the political establishment and of course the mainstream media, which still hasn’t yet come to grips with the biggest upset within American politics, a political outsider who became the champion for the millions of voiceless Americans who have been ignored and forgotten by the political elites.

And perhaps the most glaring example of that "elitism" is how both the mainstream media and the Obama Justice Department protected the former Secretary of State from being indicted on numerous serious crimes, and hopefully once President Elect Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, he’ll  appointment a special prosecutor to look into the overwhelming egregious acts committed by the Clinton’s.

Trump has promised Americans he will pursue Hillary Clinton until justice is served and he will undoubtably not go back on his word.

Moreover that special prosecutor should be someone familiar with the judicial system and experienced with criminal cases, and of course the one name that comes to mind is Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and former Associate Attorney General in the Reagan Administration, and instrumental in indicting 11-organized crime figures, including the heads of the 5-Mafia families on charges ranging from extortion, racketeering and murder.

 

 

 

 

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