BILL & HILARY CLINTON’S CRIME RUN
HSBC Leak Exposes Shady Clinton Associates
A massive leak of documents from HSBC’s Swiss banking arm has revealed an array of sketchy dealings with wealthy individuals, including dictators and arms traffickers, through which the bank helped unsavory characters dodge taxes and avoid government scrutiny.
Hillary Clinton Exposed Part 1
How She Aggressively Lobbied for Mega Corporations as Secretary of State
That approach, which Mrs. Clinton called “economic statecraft,” emerged in discussions with Robert Hormats, a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. investment banker who has worked in Democratic and Republican administrations and became an undersecretary of state. “One of the very first items was, how do we strengthen the role of the State Department in economic policy?” he says.
Hilary Clinton Caught In Massive Fraud
When it comes to where Hillary Clinton gets her campaign money, the putative 2016 Democrat presidential front-runner has made her position clear: what difference does it make?
Hillary Clinton’s Latest Scandal:
Former SecState Exclusively Used Undocumented, Personal Email Account
While the Hillary Clinton campaign seems unperturbed by recent problematic disclosures by Politico into the Hillary Clinton Foundation, the former first lady and current democrat presidential hopeful will have a field day explaining why, as the NYT reported overnight, Hillary – in her role as Secretary of State – “exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business” according to State Department officials in violation of “federal requirements that officials’ correspondence be retained as part of the agency’s record.”
Hilary & Her Emails leaked to Saudi Arabia
TEL AVIV – An email reportedly sent to Hillary Clinton by former Clinton White House staffer Sidney Blumenthal quotes an intelligence source providing information that “wealthy Sunni Islamists in Saudi Arabia” funded the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. special mission in Benghazi.
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Investigate Hilary Clinton’s EMails
The founder of the government watchdog groups Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch and a longtime foe of the Clintons is jumping on the news that Hillary Clinton shielded her emails while U.S. secretary of state by communicating through an Internet server in her home, instead of the official government system.
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Hilary Clinton’s emails go missing all the time, especially important ones.
Hillary Clinton answers questions at a news conference Tuesday at the United Nations. AP View Enlarged Image
2016: So thousands of emails germane to investigations involving Hillary Clinton turn up missing, and an aide named Cheryl Mills is in the middle of it all. Where have we heard this before? The Clinton White House, circa 1999.
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State Department: Hillary decides what emails we can see
Clinton & the Musilim Brotherhood
According to a three-part series published by the Washington Times, it was Hillary Clinton who was insisting that the U.S. remove Libya’s Muammar Gadhafi in 2011 while pushing false narratives to do so. These reports have allegedly caught the attention of Select Committee on Benghazi. What must be included in this analysis is just how influential Clinton’s most trusted adviser Huma Abedin was and is. If anyone had a vested interest in removing Gadhafi from power to benefit Libya’s Muslim rebels, it was Huma’s Muslim Brotherhood family.
Exposing Bill’s big lie
AP Exposes Bill Clinton’s Secret Company
Paying off Blumenthall
How the Clinton Foundation Paid Sidney Blumenthal $10K per Month as He Gave Horrible Libya Advice to the State Dept.
Mr. Gowdy’s chief interest, according to people briefed on the inquiry, is a series of memos that Mr. Blumenthal — who was not an employee of the State Department — wrote to Mrs. Clinton about events unfolding in Libya before and after the death of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi. According to emails obtained by The New York Times, Mrs. Clinton, who was secretary of state at the time, took Mr. Blumenthal’s advice seriously, forwarding his memos to senior diplomatic officials in Libya and Washington and at times asking them to respond. Mrs. Clinton continued to pass around his memos even after other senior diplomats concluded that Mr. Blumenthal’s assessments were often unreliable.