From the moment Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for President years ago, her handlers must have understood what a lost cause it would be.
Clinton, who is an absolutely filthy politician known for corruption over anything else, was about to be under the microscope in ways that only a presidential candidate could be. Every nook and cranny of the skeletons in her closet would be picked apart, bone by bone, and reassembled nightly on the network news. There were the obvious topics to discuss: Benghazi, her vote on the Iraq war, and a myriad of other scandals would be revisited, tenfold, as she prepared to face Donald Trump in the general election.
In an incredible twist of fate, the world was able to dig even deeper than ever before into the grimy world of Clintonian politics thanks to a treasure trove of Hillary campaign emails being delivered to anonymous whistleblower website Wikileaks. These disclosures would ultimately contribute to Hillary’s embracing electoral defeat, as they were both extremely profound and incredibly damaging.
One such subject addressed after this massive leak was a clandestine channel used by the Clintons to trade small fortunes for time with then-Secretary of State Hillary. This pay-to-play scheme within the Clinton Foundation still stands as one of the most egregious abuses of American governmental power for which no one was ever indicted. In the midst of all of these backdoor deals, the Clinton Foundation apparently took in a pile of cash from Qatar that was never reported…until now.
“Among the thousands of emails hacked from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign chairman John Podesta and published by Wikileaks, one stated that officials from the government of Qatar gave the Clinton Foundation $1 million to celebrate Bill Clinton’s 65th birthday, funds which the foundation did not report to the State Department.
“That would seemingly violate an ethics agreement Hillary Clinton signed when she became Secretary of State in 2009, in which she promised the foundation would notify the State Department’s ethics official if a new foreign government wanted to donate or ‘increase materially’ its contributions.“Qatari officials pledged the money in 2011; in April 2012 Amitabh Desai, the Clinton Foundation’s foreign policy director, sent an email acknowledging the Qataris wanted to meet Bill Clinton ‘for five minutes’ in New York City.
“Clinton Foundation spokesman Brian Cookstra told Reuters that the $1 million gift was not a ‘material increase’ in Qatar’s contributions. But Qatar had given between $1 million and $5 million to the Clinton Foundation in total, meaning the $1 million gift represented between a 20% to 100% increase.”
This is just one of many such instances in which the Clintons completely swindled the American people.
The source of these leaks that have provided us with a clear representation of the vast voraciousness of the Clinton crime family is thought to have been Seth Rich, a DNC staffer that was mysteriously murdered shortly after being identified as a possible suspect in the leak. Like many of Clinton’s enemies, Seth’s murder was under investigated, and lead to conclusions that even the most brainwashed liberals are having difficulties dismissing.