Over the past month, we’ve learned a lot about Hillary Clinton and how she operates.
First there was the email scandal. Hillary Clinton deleted tens of thousands of her State Department emails, instead of archiving them, because she deemed them to be “personal” in nature. Instead of using a government-issued email address that auto-archived her emails, Hillary Clinton chose to use a privately-owned email server that would be outside the Department’s control.
Then, news broke of impropriety within the Clinton Foundation, where Bill and Hillary Clinton accepted “donations” from foreign governments and businesses in return for political favors.
Well, what if I told you the two scandals have become one in the same?
We all know that Hillary Clinton surrendered just half of her emails to the State Department. Clinton has announced on numerous occasions that she wants these emails made public as soon as possible.
But the emails haven’t been published. Why? Because the State Department is allowing the Clinton Foundation to review them first!
So let’s get this straight… Hillary Clinton was able to scrub her emails and destroy any damaging evidence before turning them over to the State Department. And now, the Clinton Foundation is doing the same before the emails are turned over to Congress?
Do you see what is happening here?
Hillary scrubbed the emails for personally damaging documents but now that the Clinton Foundation is front-page news, the State Department is allowing Hillary’s charitable organization to do the same.
We know for a FACT that Hillary and Bill Clinton traded political favors for donations to their foundation.
We know for a FACT that Hillary Clinton changed policy positions multiple times after receiving sizeable donations to the foundation.
Now, the evidence proving this is being destroyed before Congress even has a chance to examine it!
So let me paint a picture for you… And this is a true story:
In 1998, President Bill Clinton banned the export of US nuclear technologies to India. In 2005, Hillary Clinton went on record supporting the ban and fighting to make sure it was not lifted.
Around this time, money started pouring into the Clinton Foundation from Indian donors. Sant Chatwal was one of the individuals who bundled the donations to help lift the ban. He also arranged for Bill Clinton to be paid $450,000 to give a speech. This is how he describes it:
“Even my close friend Hillary Clinton was not in favor of the deal [in 2006] … But when I put the whole package together, she also came on board. … In politics nothing comes free. You have to write cheques in the American political system.”
So, the man who donated admits that it was a quid pro quo arrangement. The logical next step is to subpoena the emails between Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation around this time to see if the donations truly did influence government policy.
Except there’s just one problem: The Clinton Foundation is currently scrubbing what’s left of Hillary Clinton’s emails!
The State Department is giving the Clinton Foundation the power to approve all related emails before they are released to Congress. That means that if the Clinton Foundation doesn’t want the content to be made public, they can stop the emails from being released.
Never before has a charitable organization been given the power to dictate which government records are made public and which are kept hidden.
It’s just so crooked. The fact that this is being allowed is unbelievable. I blame Congress.
Congress has had months to subpoena and seize these records. They have had months to subpoena and seize Hillary Clinton’s email server. Instead, they are allowing the Clinton political machine to destroy all the damaging evidence.
By the time the emails reach Congress, they’ll be completely scrubbed.
This has to stop!