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PRESS RELEASES--McCain Primary Challenger: “Clinton Should Be Indicted!”

PRESS RELEASES--McCain Primary Challenger: “Clinton Should Be Indicted!”


Scottsdale, AZ – The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced today that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton would not be prosecuted for her illegal use of a private email server for highly classified, highly sensitive information. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch has stated she will accept the recommendations of FBI investigators.


Alex Meluskey, primary challenger to Senator John McCain, commented on the FBI recommendation against Clintons indictment:

“Any other government official would be indicted for risking the security of our federal government, yet despite lying on every account, Hillary Clinton continues to operate above the law,” said small businessman Alex Meluskey, conservative primary challenger to Senator John McCain. “Once again, a Clinton is caught explicitly breaking the law and inexplicably gets away with it. Her actions were not just extremely careless -- they were blatantly illegal and compromised national security, and she should be prosecuted accordingly. We have a Justice Department willing to destroy the life and career of General Petraeus over much lesser offenses perhaps because he posed a political threat to the Democrat party and Washington's status quo. For a corrupt Establishment politician like Hillary Clinton, the fix is in.”

Small businessman, radio host and FAIRtax champion Alex Meluskey is running a grassroots campaign to take on sitting U.S. Senator John McCain in the Arizona Republican Primary in the same vein as now-Congressman Dave Brat’s historic 2014 takedown of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Mr. Meluskey is taking on the establishment in Washington, D.C. and an entrenched 5-term Senator at a time when America needs new ideas to solve our nation’s challenges.

For more information or to arrange an interview with Alex Meluskey, please contact Andrew Shirley at Ashirley@SBPublicAffairs.comor (703) 739-5920.