Quid pro quo?

This stinks, and stinks bad, but it’s not a huge shock to anyone who knows how the Clinton Crime Family and liberal politics, in general, work.

Justice Department officials decided against an investigation into the Clinton Foundation after the FBI requested the agency open a case into allegations of corruption stemming from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

But the Justice Department’s public integrity unit declined to pursue the probe given what it characterized as insufficient evidence, according to a CNN report Wednesday.

So Obama’s Justice Department can insert themselves into state business and public bathrooms, but legitimate concerns about the ethics and potentially criminal activity by high-ranking public officials is off limits?

Only if the official’s name is “Clinton,” it seems.

The State Department’s seemingly preferrential treatment of foundation donors under Clinton’s leadership has raised questions about whether she and her aides ignored conflicts of interest in order to help the charity’s most generous donors. Emails made public this week have deepened suspicions that donors were afforded access and favors that other outsiders could not get from the agency.

Anyone who saw FBI Director James Comey testify about the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, and why the FBI chose not to dig deeper into that issue, knew they were seeing a man with no heart left. He was defeated, and in spite of his words, no one would have been surprised to see him shrug his shoulders and throw up his hands in frustration.

Of course, the DOJ have no comment on this new report. Maybe the next hearings into corruption coming out of this administration and from the Clintons should be held in a public bathroom. Maybe that would catch Loretta Lynch’s interest.