How Hillary and Bill became Bonnie and Clyde
How Hillary and Bill became Bonnie and Clyde

The latest news about the Clintons, that Hillary’s case is being re-opened and that Bill got himself tremendously rich while Hillary was in office, gets to me to thinking about Bonnie and Clyde, the 1967 movie starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway about a real couple that worked brazenly outside the law during the 1930s Depression.

Love this line: “This here’s Miss Bonnie Parker. I’m Clyde Barrow. We rob banks.”

In Hoover’s day Hillary and Bill would have their pictures hanging in the Post Office among the 10 Most Wanted. 
How’s that for a familiar ring as to how the Clintons operate? We’re the Clintons. The biggest schnorrers on the planet.

No wonder the FBI is re-examining the files. James Comey, finally channeling J. Edgar Hoover, dropped this bombshell on Friday.

In a few days, after Comey goes public and spills the beans, The New York Times will call for Hillary to step aside. You heard it here first.

In Hoover’s day Hillary and Bill would have their pictures hanging in the Post Office among the 10 Most Wanted. 

Bonnie and Clyde did it for the money. Hillary and Bill do it for the money. Same people.

Except that Bonnie and Clyde, the real ones, were small-time. They’re credited with no more than about a dozen hold-ups, mainly banks and grocery stores.

Small potatoes compared to the Clinton Foundation that one way and another fattened the pockets of Hillary and Bill with dirty millions.

That, plus the emails that keep proving disrespect for most Americans and hostility against the State of Israel from members of the Hillary and Bill Syndicate – a crime family that features associates like Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin and her sex-crazed (supposedly estranged) husband Anthony Weiner, who apparently kicked off the FBI dragnet from his sexting madness that fell into the wrong hands.

Imagine this confederacy of scoundrels with the keys to our country, starring Hillary and Bill.

Hollywood won’t need bullet blanks or special effects to show how those bandits used every underhanded trick to get away with highway robbery.

If I ever got around to writing the screenplay I’d have a tough time since there is no real action, no shoot-em-ups or car chases, only slippery dealings that find a way to corrupt everything – the State Department, the Department of Justice, the head of the FBI (until today), and finally the American people.

That’s who’s being robbed and most of us don’t own banks. We’re just trying to make a living and we don’t know how some people keep profiting from the sweat of our brow and have the nerve to present themselves as upstanding public servants when in fact they are gangsters and desperados.

Since it’s beyond me to write the screenplay, I do have the power of the vote, and it won’t go to a couple of drifters who ought to be behind bars.

This voter is putting a badge on Donald Trump. It’s time for a new sheriff in town.

New York-based bestselling American novelist Jack Engelhard writes a regular column for Arutz Sheva. New from the novelist: “News Anchor Sweetheart,” a novelist’s version of Fox News and Megyn Kelly. Engelhard is the author of the international bestseller “Indecent Proposal.” He is the recipient of the Ben Hecht Award for Literary Excellence. Website: