Hillary Clinton Cackles – What’s Your Favorite Title?
Mike Cernovich interviews Journalist Laura Loomer on crashing HRC Book Signing
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Are people actually wasting their money buying this book? Check out the publisher…ha ha ha…so pick out your favorite cover for Clinton’s book…cackle…cackle…cackle…
As to be expected, Amazon deletes one-star reviews of Clinton’s book What Happened:
An essay worth reading becoming apparent the “Clinton’s weren’t stopped”:
And then there were the events in Benghazi:
This is a serious mental illness…
And finally, is it possible Hillary Clinton cannot be prosecuted? She was operating under international law and treaties that supersede the constitution so Clinton has political immunity. She held the office and immunities from prosecution are extended afterwards under their “sovereign authority.” Who is going to revoke Clinton’s immunity? The US is the global player and is dictating international law. Clinton’s political immunity comes from the book The Law of Nations from Chapter IV, Sections §38 and §39:
CHAPTER IV: Of the Sovereign, his Obligations, and his Rights.
§38. Of the sovereign.The reader cannot expect to find here a long deduction of the rights of sovereignty, and the functions of a prince. These are to be found in treatises on the public law. In this chapter we only propose to shew, in consequence of the grand principles of the law of nations, what a sovereign is, and to give a general idea of his obligations and his rights.
We have said that the sovereignty is that public authority which commands in civil society, and orders and directs what each citizen is to perform, to obtain the end of its institution. This authority originally and essentially belonged to the body of the society, to which each member submitted, and ceded his natural right of conducting himself in every thing as he pleased according to the dictates of his own understanding, and of doing himself justice. But the body of the society does not always retain in its own hands this sovereign authority: it frequently intrusts it to a senate, or to a single person. That senate, or that person, is then the sovereign. 
§39. It is solely established for the safety and advantage of society. It is evident that men form a political society, and submit to laws, solely for their own advantage and safety. The sovereign authority is then established only for the common good of all the citizens; and it would be absurd to think that it could change its nature on passing into the hands of a senate or a monarch. Flattery therefore cannot, without rendering itself equally ridiculous and odious, deny that the sovereign is only established for the safety and advantage of society.