Arkansas reinstates Hillary’s revoked law license; setting stage for Clinton as attorney general or Supreme Court
03/15/2019 / By News Editors / Comments
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Arkansas reinstates Hillary’s revoked law license; setting stage for Clinton as attorney general or Supreme Court

True Pundit has verified the Arkansas Judiciary has reinstated Hillary Clinton’s suspended law license, just days ago — 17 years after it was suspended.

(Republished from TruePundit.com)

Hillary announced last week she would not seek the presidency in 2020 but the quiet mysterious reinstatement of her law license sets the stage for a possible Attorney General post, according to Clinton and DC insiders.

Or perhaps the Supreme Court.

Revenge personified.

Hillary’s law license was reinstated on March 4, 2019, according to Arkansas officials. It had been suspended since March 14, 2002, according to records. The Arkansas Judiciary lists Clinton’s address as a PO Box in Chappaqua, NY, where Clinton resides.

Clinton’s law license was first granted in 1973, Arkansas records show.

Larry Nichols, a Clinton insider, and whistleblower agreed Hillary could be looking for a spot as Attorney General if Democrats won the White House in 2020.

“Absolutely,” Nichols said. “She could become the Pope and she’s not even Catholic. Who is going to stop her?”

Or does Hillary want a seat on the Supreme Court?

Nichols echoed the sentiments of Mike “Thomas Paine” Moore who floated that Hilary was looking at the Attorney General job last week on CrowdSource the Truth’s weekly Patreon show. Moore and Nichols first floated the possibility although it was unknown at the time that Clinton’s law license had been restored in Arkansas literally hours earlier.

Read more at: TruePundit.com

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