Monday, October 31, 2016

The Scandinavian Seer Reports

Saturday, October 29, 2016 October 29, 2016 - In 1929 this date is known as Black Tuesday the biggest stock market crash percentage-wise in U.S. history. Now 87 years later we are witnessing perhaps the most bizarre Presidential race since the Country's founding 240 years ago. What to make of the FBI Director Comey's decision to re-open the investigation of Hillary Clinton's private email and server 11 days before the Election? Comey did so against the objections of his boss Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Why did he buck protocol? Certainly the new information found on Huma and Carlos Danger's laptop is significant for Comey to take this unprecedented step. But also, I think, Comey felt guilty because he knew he bungled the original investigation that appeared from the start "that the fix was in". And when evidence was destroyed, immunities granted for no reason, and no Grand Jury convened it was obvious this was not handled like a typical FBI investigation. So without that history I think that Comey would have waited to act on the new information until after the election but he felt his professional integrity was at stake by waiting. What to look for going forward - As mentioned AG Lynch is Comey's boss so she knows what Comey knows. And President Obama is Lynch's boss so he knows what she and Comey knows. Watch how aggressive Obama handles this. If the evidence is thin he will come out swinging for Hillary big-time. If the evidence is hard not so much. It's also interesting to note that Huma signed a FBI letter in 2013 that said she would release all Hillary related emails in her possession. How does she escape prosecution from that? How much will Hillary be hurt and Trump helped in their quest for the Presidency. Much remains to be seen but I think Trump will match or exceed her in most professional polls (many polls have a political objective) before the election. So he will be the favorite going into the election. That means for him to get to 270 electorate votes he has to overcome 4 to 6 percentage point deficits he currently faces in States like Colorado, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Michigan to get elected. Stay tuned it's history in the making. The Scandinavian Kid Posted by Ross Amundson at 6:24 PM

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