Enthusiastic Donald Trump supporter and self-described “angry white male” Wayne Allyn Root appeared on Newsmax recently to discuss the radio interview he was about to conduct with Trump and his conviction that the GOP nominee is actually leading the presidential race, despite polls showing otherwise. Root insisted that Trump’s campaign has “all the momentum now,” citing news of Obamacare premium hikes and his contention that the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server was “completely rigged.”
“Riddle me this,” Allyn argued. “How do you get to have one of the most important positions in one of the most important and powerful governments of the most powerful nation in the world, and jeopardize it by having a private email server, and then get away with it after the FBI clears you of all suspicion? How does that happen? I’ll tell you how – it doesn’t. Something wasn’t right from the start and now we know what it was. The FBI didn’t do a good enough job combing through her belongings for evidence, and in doing so, let her off the hook too soon.”
He also added that “it was about time” the FBI figured out they did a pretty sloppy job the first time around, prompting them to resume their investigation into the matter. “And judging by the way the public reacted last time, I think they’ll finally do a proper job now. I mean, if I was an FBI agent, I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night knowing I might have been the reason why a criminal like Hillary Clinton got off the hook after literally putting the entire nation at risk. I know people out there don’t fully realize why this issue is so important, but it’s literally equal to high treason,” Root said.
“And that’s why future President Trump needs to consider the possibility of death penalty in the event that Hillary Clinton and her aide Huma Abedin are ever arrested and convicted of high treason, which may very well happen soon, judging by these latest developments,” he continued. “I don’t want to be the guy who’s the first to bring out the harshest punishment to the table, but I’m not really sure what our alternatives are. Life in prison? Hardly, she’s already approaching the fossil stage, so that’d be no punishment at all. The way I see it, the death penalty is the most appropriate option here.”
“And that’s if she doesn’t somehow buy off a judge or jury or something else to slither her way out of a prison sentence yet again. In fact, I think she’s accumulated so much money from corruption and Arab lobbyists that she’d be able to buy any jury, judge or attorney in the system if she wanted to. And that’s what I’m afraid of most. Coincidentally, that’s also the biggest thing we could improve in our justice system after sentencing her to the death penalty – restoring the fairness and equality of our judicial system, which were qualities that made it famous in the first place,” Root concluded.