Last week we learned that the Clinton Foundation had gamed the ethics system and accepted donations from foreign governments despite having made a public display of not doing so. Even though the Foundation had agreed not to accept such donations while Mrs. Clinton was serving as Secretary of State there was only one case where the State Dept. objected.
And as soon as Clinton left office the money from foreign governments including the likes of Qatar and Algeria with whom she had close dealings during her term at foggy bottom, despite the fact that she (and everybody else in the world) knew she was going to run for president.
A stunning report by the New York Times yesterday reveals that as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did not have a government email account, she used a personal email account which was not only a security violation but her aides took no actions to have her personal emails preserved on department servers at the time, as required by the Federal Records Act.
Not only did she use a personal account but “coincidentally” that personal account was set up the day of her Senate confirmation.
It was only two months ago, in response to a new State Department effort
to comply with federal record-keeping practices, that Mrs. Clinton’s
advisers reviewed tens of thousands of pages of her personal emails and
decided which ones to turn over to the State Department. All told,
55,000 pages of emails were given to the department. Mrs. Clinton
stepped down from the secretary’s post in early 2013.
Today the AP reported that she set up her own email server in her New York home to handle her emails. Its hard to ignore that with premeditation Clinton was trying to hide her mail.
Now put that on top of Benghazi and other apparent cover-ups during her State Dept. tenure, and don’t forget the scandals during her period of First Lady including the Rose Law Firm billing records and her “luck” in the cattle futures market.
On April 11, 1994, The Clinton White House Acknowledged That Most Of Clinton’s Profitable Trades In Cattle Futures Were Placed By Clinton Ally Jim Blair, After Initially Saying That Clinton Made Her Own Trades With Blair Serving As An Advisor. “The White House said today that most of the commodity orders by which Hillary Rodham Clinton turned $1,000 into nearly $100,000 in the 1970′s were placed by James B. Blair, a friend and lawyer for the Tyson Foods Company, whose role Clinton Administration officials had previously described as only an adviser to Mrs. Clinton.” (Robert D. Hershey Jr., “Friend Did Futures Trades For Hillary Clinton,” The New York Times, 4/11/94)
In Her First Investment, Clinton Was Able To Order 10 Cattle Futures – Normally A $12,000 Investment – With Just $1,000 In Her Account And Turned Her Initial Investment Into $6,300 Overnight. “Hillary Rodham Clinton was allowed to order 10 cattle futures contracts, normally a $12,000 investment, in her first commodity trade in 1978 although she had only $1,000 in her account at the time, according to trade records the White House released yesterday. The computerized records of her trades, which the White House obtained from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, show for the first time how she was able to turn her initial investment into $6,300 overnight.” (Charles R. Babcock, “Hillary Clinton Futures Trades Detailed,” The Washington Post, 5/27/94)
Despite Hillary’s apparent ownership of the nomination, the Democratic Party may be scurrying for an different candidate. After all she has no apparent successes running the State Dept., but many failures which can be pointed toward her including Ukraine and ISIS. Her baggage of scandal during her state tenure is getting very heavy, and that baggage is sitting on top of her scandals as First Lady. All together Clinton’s baggage may finally out weigh what to the Democrats is seemingly her number one selling point, she has lady parts.