Yes, it’s Clinton-Post time again. They just provide so much to work with, it’s hard to ignore them. Now we find out they set up this shell corporation (no real employees) through which to funnel Bill’s speaking fees. Another way to get around having to report the details and possibly get in trouble for seeing just who gives them money.
Then we discover, through some fine investigative reporting (and not from conservative sources) that there is an odd kind of relationship between the money the Clinton Foundation received from foreign countries and the increase in weapons deals that occurred on Hillary’s watch as secretary of state to those same countries. Here’s a synopsis:
According to the reporting, those figures “represented nearly double the value of American arms sales made to the those countries and approved by the State Department during the same period of President George W. Bush’s second term.” Obviously just a coincidence.
Yet, to listen to Hillary (when you can find a short time she actually has said anything about this), it’s all smoke and mirrors. Well, it certainly is smoke:
Others go to prison for the kinds of things the Clintons do. They seem to receive an awful lot of special treatment:
Recently, there was an awkward moment when a focus group of Clinton supporters was asked what were her accomplishments as secretary of state. The room went silent. No one could think of a thing. That’s not surprising—she didn’t do anything worth remembering except for all the missteps and misleading statements about Benghazi, of course.
Why does anyone want this woman to be president of the United States? What has she really ever accomplished in her life that remotely qualifies her for this most important office?
Yes, that’s about it. Oh, and simply being a woman. Shouldn’t we be looking for merit in our candidates? Shouldn’t we examine their stands on the issues? She’s pro-abortion, pro-gay agenda in every way, and just as radical as Barack Obama.
And she’s as dishonest as the day is long.
Those are not qualities we should ever want in a president.