Clinton Scandals: For well over a year now, the progressive left in the Democratic Party have tried hard to sell the idea that, a) Russia meddled in our election, and, b) that it was to the detriment of Hillary Clinton. After nearly a year and a half of investigating, neither appears true. What is true, and now documented, is that Hillary Clinton and her family foundation both benefited handsomely from Russian corruption. Citing federal officials and government documents, The Hill details the Russians´ nuclear-industry corruption here in the U.S., citing extensive evidence that "Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery,
FTA: "It´s strange that an investigation continues into the inconsequential ties between the Donald Trump campaign and Russian officials, while solid evidence of bribery of the Clinton family by the Russians and many others is completely ignored."
Strange? Really? This is par for the course for the Trump hating political class. They will forgive the Old Gal and her rheumy husband anything if they believe they can harm this President. The animus is unbelievable surrounding President Trump. The fear that he will actually drain the swamp is the motivating factor in the Mueller fiasco. The swamp is a bubbling cauldron of corruption and cronyism dedicated to protecting the status quo. They may have met their match in this President. Please God, let it be so.
Sadly, the facts don´t matter to the Democrats & the Leftists. So this will be churning in the alternate media but there will be no righteous indignation from the MSM. Taking bribes via charity is not quite as bad as assaulting young women -so this may quite fizzle. I am still surprised Harvey Weinstein got kicked over. They ignored him for decades. They still ignore what Bill did and the fact that Hillary protected him. As far as selling America ´down the river´ - that IS quite acceptable to the hate-USA crowd.
This is confirmation of Peter Schweizer´s assertions in Clinton Cash I gather. One can assume everything in that book is correct, making the Clintons and their cohorts among the sleaziest, most corrupt, mendacious evil doers this country has ever endured. And yet they are offered high office, honored, and even beloved. By fellow democrats. Incredible.
This is why we need to drain the swamp. And, this is why all the Leftists need to be fired, removed from government. They are at war with the US. They are conspiring, colluding with the Russians! Always have, and apparently always will.
Finally the TRUTH is beginning to emerge!! DemocRATs are good at pointing the finger of blame at others and accusing them of exactly what democRATs do! It´s like riding thru a Detroit ghetto and listening to them say "just look at what Republicans have done!"
Lets see how Sessions gets out of taking on this one. He has been totally useless so far in "draining the swamp" and it appears that he has no interest in prosecuting law breakers from the Obama/Clinton era.
This one will be hard to ignore unless he has been bought and paid for !!!
How does Robert Mueller wind up in charge of investigating a huge Obama-era, Clinton-cash-bribery generated web of crimes in which Mueller himself played a key role in creating, carrying forth, and covering up the underlying crimes themselves?
Our fellow L-Dotters on this thread seem to be getting near the heart of the matter: namely, that the master criminals in the story, the Clintons, the Obamas, Soros, and Dr. Evil for all I know, are protected by law enforcement at the highest level (Mueller, Comey, Lynch, Holder, Rosenstein, McCabe), abetted by a corrupt and feeble Congress, and kept relevant and credible by a fawning corrupt press. This is the nature of the mess. Does anybody know how to clean it up?
# 9 is right on. We have become a Banana Republic and our laws don´t apply to the elites in Washington. Any Congressional hearings will be no different than the Benghazi hearings with the same result. The Republicans will be accused of hating Hillary because she´s a woman by that loathsome Congressman Elijah Cummings. In the end nothing will be concluded other than the Russians now own 20% of uranium and the perps involved, Clintons, Comey & Meuller, will walk away with millions in bribes. The swamp protects it own.
I absolutely Love Lucianne and her network of news. How wonderful it would be to have just one day of news without any mention of the Clintons. That is, until they are frogmarched to a holding cell at Levanworth,KS.
Why are the Clintons not behind bars, when citizens guilty of far less offence fill the jails? Why are their media accomplices and coverup artists not under investigation, while innocent Republicans still are? Deplorables are patient, but Deplorables demand real justice, not DC swamp "justice".
You know #14 I know of only one way to clean it up, April 19, 1775 comes to mind. I´d much prefer to figure out some other way and still have great hope for doing so but that´s all I have at the moment.
How can a single solitary American look at this and remain a "democrat" let alone half of the country.
I have been thinking about the concept of "Nationalism" listening to the "Patriot Game" and think I figured out better perspective than I ever previously have.
Pride in ones nation is a good thing until it reaches the point where it becomes a cult phenomenon where individual thought is subservient to cult loyalty. The pride we have in the USA is pride in a nation that relishes in individual thought. That is a great thing.
The Left pretends to be against nationalism and profess to be global citizens but as with the Russia scandal, its opposite day.
The cult of the left is precisely the kind of group think unbridled nationalism can lead to. It isn´t nationalism that´s bad, it´s cult group think that´s dangerous. That defines the left. Cult first second and third, country a vague afterthought.
The left is everything they proclaim to be against.
"The masses have never thirsted after truth. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim." – Gustave Le Bon
From what was reported on Hannity last night, one of the problems is Mueller, McCabe, and Rosenstein were all within the know on this back in the day. So, one has to ask.. how they can now be impartial to any Russian investigation?
Sessions still has to recuse himself, but there has to be someone down the line at Justice that knew about this and has kept quiet for fear of retribution. We don´t need a tinfoil hat to connect all these dots. And it sounds like finally the FBI through releasing these documents, is letting the cat out of the bag. Good work, Peter Sweitzer and The Hill for their dedication to this story!
There is only SO LONG the media can black this issue out--
TRUTH will win out, but the media has set the national agenda for the country and have gotten away with it for a long time--
"You shall know the truth, and the truth will set you free" unless the people don´t care any more, and to challenge based on common sense is a threat to them as they brainwash or make us quit caring out of fear
The Justice Dept. is going to meet today and there is enough pressure out there now that something must be done. The problem is, we have the FBI investigating itself and they wouldn´t dare find themselves guilty or even look into the "matter." We knew that the Clintons and Obama were behind this mess. The Clinton Crime Foundation received 145 million from Russia for the uranium illegally transferred to Russia by our own government. If action is not taken now and these traitorous perverts are not jailed, war is inevitable. America will not stand for this.
Do you think this information coming out now is coincidental or due to stunning reporting? This information is coming out because Hillary won´t GO AWAY and they have decided to put a stake through her heart. Most of BO´s people that are involved will be difficult to pin down because investigators won´t focus there. They will focus on the Clintoons and their foundation.
My bet is that the pressure will intensify until Hillary folds and promises to return to the woods and stay there. There will be tsk tsking by some and a report that no one will read and nothing will be done about will be generated.
Ooooookay …. Noooow I get it. It all falls into place. Comey’s job was to bury this Clinton/Russia FBI investigation and to set up the fabricated Trump/Russia smoke screen to deflect attention away from the Russian graft paid to the Clintons. Now Comey’s actions make sense. And Bill’s meeting with Lynch makes sense as well, to make sure nobody came anywhere close to the Russian payoffs the Clintons received.
Now, ahem, the question is, did any Russian bribe money end up at the McCain Institute? Show me the money trail.
It really takes a special kind of hypocrisy and self-righteousness to accuse others of that which you are guilty yourself. But then, that is a specialty of the left - projection. They have a guilty conscience because of their criminal and degenerate behavior, and justify it to themselves by accusing others. But then, that is the defining characteristic of their role model, who constantly whispers in their ear that their behavior is justified - The Accuser.
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