If recent reports
that Robert Ray may have violated federal law
didn't convince you that he is an incorrigible pettifogger and loathsome schemer, then his much-ballyhooed 'final report
' on the Clinton investigation should do the trick.
Here's the key point: There is a technical legal term for prosecutors who publicly claim that they had enough evidence to prosecute and win a conviction and yet decided not to do so. They're called liars.
Liars, liars, liars.
This is the classic Starr/Ray tactic of trying to win cheap in the court of public opinion what they couldn't win in a real court.
What's pitiful about Ray is that he actually seems to think that playing the anti-Clinton card might help him pocket a Senate seat from New Jersey. But even the antis don't think or care much about Ray.
Let's just hope this sorry wretch decides to run.