Peter Schweizer is making headlines with a book about the Bill ’n’ Hill money machine. Clinton Cash hasn’t even been released yet, but it’s already #1 on Amazon in “International and World Politics”, #1 in “Leadership”, and #2 in “Federal Government”.
And Hillary Clinton is already attacking it. Presumably the next moves against the author may include audits, smears in Clinton-friendly media outlets, damaging disinformation leaked to the press, and maybe a personal visit by well-muscled men wearing ill-fitting suits. Such tactics are, after all, the tried and true methods of conducting business in Clintonworld.
The new book tells us nothing really new about Bill and Hillary Clinton. Everyone who is paying attention knows by now how they get their money, and what they do in return for the largesse of their foreign “donors”. But the Clintons rely on the fact that the vast majority of Americans aren’t paying attention. They count on mass ignorance — plus Bill’s lovable grinning mug — to get them through lawsuits, bar hearings, grand jury investigations, elections, etc.
The latest batch of material, however, has provided some new smoking guns. The cloud of cordite fumes is large enough this time to attract the attention of the traditional
Clinton lapdogs MSM outlets. Even The Washington Post has been forced to admit that the shenanigans revealed in Mr. Schweizer’s book show that the Clintons “skate close to the line” in their financial dealings.
The following discussion on the topic of Clinton money is from last Friday’s Sam Sorbo Radio Show, and features Diana West as a guest:
Below are excerpts from a Fox News article about the latest revelations:
Veteran defense lawyers see possible criminal inquiry for Clintons
With a sitting Democratic senator recently indicted on federal bribery and corruption charges, top criminal defense lawyers in the nation’s capital say Democratic presidential front runner Hillary Clinton could conceivably face similar scrutiny, amid mounting disclosures about the tangled finances of her family’s philanthropic foundation.
The new book “Clinton Cash” by Peter Schweizer, an investigative reporter affiliated with the right-leaning Hoover Institution, has unleashed a torrent of conflict-of-interest allegations relating to the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s own conduct during her tenure, from 2009 to 2013, as secretary of state.
Particular scrutiny — by Fox News, the Washington Post, and the New York Times — has focused on why the State Department, under Clinton’s leadership, green-lighted a foreign transaction that enriched major donors to the foundation while placing an estimated 20 percent of America’s stockpile of uranium – the fissile material that can be used to make nuclear weapons -under the control of a Kremlin-backed Russian firm.
It was, moreover, shortly after the uranium deal went through that former President Bill Clinton nailed down a $500,000 fee for a speaking event in Moscow.
“There’s certainly smoke there,” said Caleb Burns, a partner at the Washington law firm Wiley Rein LLC, who has long experience handling financial and public integrity cases. “The question’s going to be whether or not she took any official action in exchange for those donations. If she did, I think there is going to be a high, high likelihood of additional scrutiny, either from Capitol Hill or from the Department of Justice itself.”