The Clinton Foundation [CF] gained prominence for its ability to lobby in favor of any allied vested interests, foreign and domestic, for purposes of facilitating access to any US government branch and its agencies, for a fee. CF’s ability to do so increased when Hillary Clinton became the US Secretary of State during the first term of the Obama administration.
There is intense pressure for us not to do so. I am posting from a position of near anonymity and enough plausible deniability to evade prosecution, as we have all been given gag orders.
There is enough for her and the entire government to be brought down. People do not realize how enormous this whole situation actually is. Whether she will be or not depends on how much info about others involved gets out, and there are a lot of people involved.
The real point of interest is the Clinton Foundation, not the e-mail server. We received the server from Benghazi, then from the server we found data on the CF. Then we realized the situation is much worse than previously thought.
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This FBI insider’s leak as posted a month ago explains why, in spite of the long list of sudden deaths involving Clinton’s close associates and other peripheral murders, and the fully documented drug smuggling using the Mena airstrip, the Clinton couple are still roaming around freely, and through Trump’s latest alienation from the sizable Filipino-American voters, might just grab the US presidency come November of this year.
For his viciously sweeping attacks on immigrants in Immigrant America, Donald Trump, like Bernie Sanders, may not be a real candidate against Clinton. It’s nothing but highfalutin reality TV all over again.
The rest of the world are wondering what it is really that the Americans are waiting before they begin to act, now that it is so obvious their own government is not in a position to try the above subjects for serial capital crimes.
The Russian media are helping out,
5 times when the Clintons escaped federal charges
Reports the DoJ rejected the FBI’s request to investigate the Clinton Foundation have created a stir this week. While it is not the first time investigators have gotten close to the Clintons, the couple seem immune to cases and charges.
A new batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails has shed more light on the State Department’s close ties with Bill Clinton’s foundation in the times when it was supervised by the former First Lady. Nearly 300 pages of back-and-forth emails exposed senior officials at the foundation seeking favor and special connection on behalf of wealthy donors.
— RT America (@RT_America) August 10, 2016
It has just recently appeared that the FBI has long been interested in the Foundation and even requested the Department of Justice (DoJ) to probe the former president’s non-profit earlier this year, but was denied.
According to CNN, the DoJ said it did not have enough evidence to bring up a corruption probe.
Clinton is guilty as hell and the FBI is controlled by the DOJ and that mean Just Us .Clinton is above the law.
— #Trump45 (@Barber2012Jeff) August 12, 2016
Should the report turn out to be true, it would add to the list of situations when the Clintons fell under federal scrutiny that stopped just short of official probes.
1.Whitewater case, 1992
It is now known as the Whitewater controversy, a case that dates back to 1978 and involves both the former President and his wife Hillary Clinton, currently the Democratic presidential nominee herself.
The case, once dubbed by NPR the “granddaddy of Clintons’ scandals,”centered on real-estate investment Bill and Hillary Clinton into a real estate entity known as Whitewater Development Corporation. At the time, he was serving as Arkansas governor in the late 1970s.
However, it did not surface until Bill Clinton’s bid for the presidency in 1992, when the New York Times shared details in its March 8 article.
The Justice Department eventually launched an investigation into the legality of the Whitewater transactions in 1994, but no evidence of wrongdoing has ever been found. At the time, they were suspected in participating in illegal activities related to Whitewater Development Company as “potential beneficiaries.”
Even though the case stretched into Clinton’s presidency, neither he nor Hillary were ever charged. Their partners in the real estate investment, Jim McDougal and his then-wife Susan, were convicted of fraud charges.
A year after Whitewater, Bill Clinton fell under the FBI’s scrutiny in the case that was later dubbed Travelgate. Soon after Clinton moved into the White House, seven workers from the Travel Office were fired under the pretext of “financial” problems. However, critics suspected that, in fact, the Clintons wanted to make room for cronies. The reasons for the firings were probed by the DoJ, a congressional panel and special prosecutors, but no basis was found to bring charges against either Bill or Hillary.
3. Benghazi deadly attack, 2012
Nearly 10 years after the 1990s controversies, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came under fire after extremists attacked the US diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, killing Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
In October 2015, Clinton testified in front of the House Select Committee on Benghazi during an 11-hour hearing. One of the longest and costliest partisan congressional investigations in US history ended with no charges. The final 800-page report, issued this past June, said lawmakers found no new evidence of culpability or wrongdoing in the 2012 attacks.
Just as more of Clinton’s emails were released, parents of two Americans killed in Benghazi filed lawsuits against the 2016 Democratic Presidential nominee. The families accused the then-secretary of state of mishandling government secrets.
4. Clinton’s homebrewed server
Along with Benghazi probe, Clinton also was a part of a separate investigation. Both the FBI and Justice Department have been looking into whether Clinton’s private email server compromised government secrets during her tenure at the State Department.
According to the federal investigation, Clinton used “several different servers and numerous mobile devices” to send and read emails on her personal domain from 2009 to 2013.
Of the 30,000 emails turned over to the State Department, the FBI found that 110 messages in 52 chains contained information that was classified at the time, of which eight were Top Secret, 36 were Secret and eight were Confidential.
However, on July 5, FBI Director James Comey recommended no charges against Hillary Clinton over her handling of classified information on a private email server, still calling it “extremely careless.”
Testifying before the Congress, Comey admitted that Clinton lied when she said that she did not send or received any classified in her emails.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch then accepted the bureau’s recommendations.
5. The Clinton Foundation donations
As the private server case proceeded, more cases grew around Clinton and her team. In January 2011, Fox News reported that the FBI expanded its probe to investigating the possible intersection of Clinton Foundation donations, the dispensation of State Department contracts and whether regular processes were followed.
A court ordered the former secretary of state to release some 55,000 pages of emails, following a Freedom of Information Act request from Vice News reporter Jason Leopold.
At the end of June, a federal judge ordered the State Department to hand over records detailing Hillary Clinton’s schedules during 14 overseas trips. It has been exposed, that then-secretary of state kept meetings with dozens of donors to her family’s foundations off her official calendar.
AP filed a lawsuit that also turned up evidence that Clinton’s official calendars omitted dozens of donor meetings.
#PayToPlay: Hillary Clinton faces corruption scandal after links between donors & State Dept exposed
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who often lectured African countries about corruption as Secretary of State, now faces her own scandal for questionable ethics and the trending hashtag #PayToPlay.
A number of emails that the former first lady failed to turn over to the US government, but were released after a Freedom of Information Act request, show donors and associates of the Clinton Foundation and its Global Initiative seemingly having special access inside the State Department.
The conservative group Judicial Watch released 296 pages of unseen State Department records Tuesday, including 44 previously unreleased emails.
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) August 10, 2016
In 2009, the same year Hillary Clinton told Kenyans: “The government has to reform itself if Kenya will be all that it can be,” Clinton Foundation official Doug Band emailed her top aides at the time, Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, stating that it’s “important to take care of [Redacted].”
Abedin replied to Band within 10 minutes, telling him that they “have all had him on our radar” and that “personnel has been sending him options.”
It is not known whose name has been redacted.
Band, who helped negotiate Hillary Clinton’s secretary of state job with the Obama administration, emailed Abedin and Mills a few days later, stating that “we need Gilbert Chagoury to speak to the substance person re Lebanon. As you know, he’s a key guy there and to us and is loved in Lebanon. Very imp.”
Abedin responded a few hours later that the “substance person” is Jeffrey Feltman, who was the US ambassador to Lebanon at the time.
“I’m sure he knows him. I’ll talk to Jeff,” added Abedin.
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) August 10, 2016
Band replied again minutes later, urging her to phone Feltman quickly. “Now preferable. This is very important,” said Band.
The Gilbert Chagoury referred to in the emails is a billionaire businessman in Nigeria who has been at the center of a number of investigations and was convicted by Swiss authorities in 2000 for money laundering.
He is also a ‘FOB’ (“friend of Bill” Clinton) and contributed to various campaigns for both members of the power couple as well as up to $5 million to their foundation and a $1 billion pledge for their global initiative, according to ABC News.
Chagoury had trouble leaving the US in 2010 when he was found on the government’s “no-fly list,” although he was reportedly able to fly to France on a private jet after obtaining a waiver from Washington.
In 2015, Republican Senator David Vitter wrote a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry, stating that questions remained over whether Clinton’s relationship with Chagoury influenced the State Department’s decision against designating Boko Haram as a Foreign Terrorist Organization while she was in office.
Clinton emails shed light on relationship b/t State Dept & Clinton Fdtn https://t.co/xe3EhGO8Sc When is enough Clinton corruption enough?
— Lorie Martin (@lorie1917) August 10, 2016
READ MORE: Hillary Clinton’s wealthy donors revealed in Panama Papers
While Clinton’s campaign has said that “neither of these emails involve the secretary or relate to the Foundation’s work,” they have been described as further proof of the corruption Clinton has been involved in, particularly while in office.
The emails cover mainly the first three months of Clinton holding the office of Secretary of State – and precede those comments she made during a trip to a number of African countries in which she condemned government corruption.
“True economic progress in Africa… also depends on responsible governments that reject corruption, enforce the rule of law, and deliver results for their people,” Hillary Clinton said during a trade meeting with sub-Saharan countries according to Reuters, a repeat of the message delivered the previous month by Obama in Ghana. “This is not just about good governance, this is about good business.”
President Obama's ‘Tough Love' Sermon to Africa : http://bit.ly/17hyAe
— The Final Call News (@TheFinalCall) July 24, 2009
Watch the movie Clinton Cash! Disgusting GREED and corruption, at the expense of the poverty people of Africa, wake up people, watch it
— Trish007 (@Just_Trish007) July 26, 2016
Another email, dating from February 2009, also reveals Hillary Clinton requesting a meeting with Stephen Roach, then chairman of the Asian branch of Morgan Stanley and one of her big donors who had emailed her several days earlier.
Clinton tells Abedin to see if Roach can “come to embassy or other event” while she is in Beijing during an upcoming trip to Asia.
— Melissa 🌳🌎 👷♀️🐲🗡 (@MiaMoeX) August 10, 2016
Judicial Watch noted that such communications are in breach of the ethics agreements that Clinton agreed to in order to be appointed secretary of state.
“I will not participate personally and substantially in any particular matter involving specific parties in which The William J. Clinton Foundation (or the Clinton Global Initiative) is a party or represents a party,” Hillary Clinton wrote in a letter to State Department Designated Agency Ethics Official James Thessin in January 2009.
— RT America (@RT_America) July 29, 2016
“No wonder Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin hid emails from the American people, the courts and Congress,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement. “They show the Clinton Foundation, Clinton donors, and operatives worked with Hillary Clinton in potential violation of the law.”
— Nate's Liver – Commentary (@SilERabbit) August 10, 2016
Following the release of the emails, social media users have started using the hashtag “PayToPlay,” describing the content of the emails as further evidence of the corruption Clinton was involved in.
Instead of walking dogs, unable to find work with a college degree, I should have just donated to the Clinton Foundation. #PayToPlay
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) August 10, 2016
Multiple FBI Criminal Probes of Clinton Foundation Despite Obama, DOJ Objections
Sputnik, 04:44 14.08.2016
A set of investigations into Clinton Foundation have been initiated by a joint effort of Federal Bureau of Investigation and various US Attorneys Offices. The investigations include potential corruption charges, according to the former official who has direct knowledge of the activities.
The involvement of the US Attorney Office is a major departure from other centralized FBI investigations. Previously, FBI performed such investigations on its own.
Now, the New-York based probe is led by Preet Bharara, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, who is famous for his prosecutorial aggressiveness, which has led to a large number of convictions of banks, hedge funds and Wall Street insiders.
According to Bharara’s official biography, he “has applied renewed focus on large-scale, sophisticated financial frauds by creating two new units — the Complex Frauds Unit and the complementary Civil Frauds Unit.”
“The Civil Frauds Unit has collected close to $500 million in settlements since its inception, including multi-million dollar settlements with Deutsche Bank and CitiMortgage for faulty lending practices and other fraudulent conduct,” the biography says.
Bharara is best known for securing convictions of prominent political figures, including former New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who was convicted of accepting $4 million in exchange for helping a cancer researcher and two real estate developers, and New York Republican Majority Leader Dean Skelos, who was sentenced to five years in prison for corruption.
According to the unnamed senior law enforcement official, the involvement of the U.S. Attorney’s Office “would be seen by agents as a positive development as prosecutors there are generally thought to be more aggressive than the career lawyers within the Department of Justice.”
Earlier this week it was revealed that the Obama administration rejected earlier requests from three FBI field offices that had hoped to open corruption cases involving the Clinton Foundation. The FBI asked the DOJ to open an investigation into a potential pay-for-play relationship between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation, which spends a very small fraction of its funds on actual charity work, but the DOJ wasn’t interested — saying it had tried and failed to probe the organization in 2015, according to media reports.
In its 15 years of operations, the Clinton Foundation, officially known as the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, has collected up to $2 billion from donors, according to The Washington Post. The donors include a wide range of the world’s wealthiest people: Eastern European tycoons, Arab Sheiks, African mining magnates, hedge fund billionaires and Wall Street firms.
It’s very clear that Hillary Clinton deserves more than just a simple rejection of her candidacy. She must be incarcerated for treason to say the least.
On the other hand, Donald Trump needs to acknowledge the undeniable fact that the single biggest incubator for world terror is the office he pretends to be running after, and not those powerless immigrants seeking greener pasture in the Land of Pasteurized Milk and Honey.
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