Decision Not to Charge Hillary a ‘Gift from Santa Claus’

July 07, 2016
The FBI announced its recommendation yesterday that prosecutors not pursue charges against Hillary Clinton for using a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State, ABC News reported. Donald Trump called the decision “very unfair” and another example of a “rigged” system.

Financial expert and national radio and television host Dan Celia, who leads Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries (FISM,, has been following the news closely, especially as he continues to analyze which presidential candidate would be better for the economy.

“The FBI’s decision regarding Hillary Clinton is Christmas in July—a gift from Santa Claus—as she gets special exception from the law,” Celia said. “Through this decision, the FBI has also lost credibility. Apparently, sharing classified information and breaching other top-secret classified information does not matter. In the military, Clinton would have been immediately court-martialed—intent or not. The idea that there was no malicious intent on Hillary’s part is an intentional whitewashing—using the notion that ‘incompetence’ and ‘stupidity’ is perfectly within the letter of the law when it comes to sharing top-secret documents, as long as there are no negative ramifications. For those keeping score—Clinton Machine 1, FBI 0.

“The upside for the Trump campaign is that Donald Trump can continue to bring up the treasonous acts of Hillary Clinton and move on to talking about the Clinton foundation and the corruption within,” Celia continued. “It is also an opportunity for Trump to focus on what is really important to most Americans—and that is the economy. It comes down to two questions: do we really want four more years of Obama economics, or do we want to see a turnaround in the economy? And do we want Hillary Clinton’s appointees to the Supreme Court, helping to create a monarchy? I, for one, want that selection to be more about the economy than anything else—we must all decide. Donald Trump must also decide on which platform he will continue his campaign—the success of the businessman and one who knows what is necessary for a thriving economy, or one of a career politician.”

Celia addresses important financial headlines and takes calls from around the country on his daily radio and television program, “Financial Issues,” which airs on more than 600 radio stations. The program is also seen on the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) television network, reaching 45 million households, and BizTV, which reaches millions more in major markets.

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To interview Dan Celia of Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries, contact Jen Retallick, 610-584-1096, ext. 100,, or Deborah Hamilton at 215-815-7716 or 610-584-1096, ext. 102.

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