There are a lot of people out there who are prepared to give Hillary Clinton a pass on Benghazi and also on the improper use of a private email server to do her State Department business (I am not one of them.) But if the FBI can show bribery and corruption while she was secstate, that could be a real game changer.
Remember that Canadian businessman, Frank Giustra, who accompanied Bill Clinton to Kazakhstan in search of a uranium mining contract? (Hat tip Breitbart)
And that was not the only instance.
Let us use former vice president Spiro Agnew as a template. During the Watergate investigation into President Nixon's activities, it also came to light that Agnew, while governor of Maryland, had accepted over $100,000 in bribes. He resigned and entered a plea of no contest to tax evasion in exchange for a sentence of probation.
Let's set aside Benghazi and the emails. If the FBI can produce a provable case of public corruption against the former secretary of state, how many people out there would accept a decision of the Justice Department not to prosecute as this woman continues her campaign for the White House?