Thursday, July 28, 2016

Hillary Clinton has managed to escape the law, but perhaps her luck is running out.

The FBI took a pass on holding the scandal plagued former Secretary of State accountable for her criminal activity regarding her unsecure emails. But, now the IRS is stepping up and possibly taking another crack at Corrupt Hillary.

Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn has been holding Hillary’s feet to the fire over some incredibly suspicious activities from the Clinton Foundation. While Hillary was Secretary of State, she negotiated lucrative deals for foreign entities while those foreign entities were making significant contributions to the Clinton Foundation. It appears Hillary was in a “pay to play” scheme while America’s national security was in the balance. Blackburn received a letter from the IRS that they are now looking into this matter.


The Libertarian Republic reported on two suspicious cases that involve the Clintons.

Laureate hired former President Bill Clinton as “honorary chancellor,” paying him $16.5 million over five years. The Baltimore-based company, which operates for-profit universities in 28 countries, also donated between $1 million and $5 million to the Clinton Foundation, according to the foundation’s web site.

While Bill was collecting a paycheck from the company and his wife was secretary of state, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), an arm of the World Bank, invested $150 million in Laureate. It was the largest-ever single IFC investment to an educational company. The United States government is the largest contributor to the IFC. During that same period, the Department of State’s U.S. Agency for International Development awarded $55 million to the International Youth Foundation. Laureate CEO Douglas Becker is on the foundation’s board of directors. International Youth Foundation, the Clinton Foundation and Laureate jointly participated in foundation programs.

A Laureate spokesman denied the quid pro quo charges: “Allegations of any quid pro quo between Laureate, the International Youth Foundation and the Clintons are completely false,” she told TheDCNF, adding, “the IFC’s decision to invest in Laureate had no connection to and was not influenced in any way whatsoever by Hillary Clinton.”

The IFC also awarded $150 million to another company owned by Frank Giustra, a close friend of Bill Clinton. Giustra donated $100 million to create the “Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership” within the Clinton Foundation. The funds went to Pacific Infrastructure, a company in which Giustra had a significant financial stake. The company was to build a port and oil pipeline in Colombia that was strenuously opposed by environmental and human rights groups because the pipeline sliced through five indigenous villages and forcibly displaced the tribes.

Giustra also was an owner in Uranium One, a uranium mining company with operations in Kazakhstan and in the western United States. Giustra wanted to sell a share of the uranium business to Russia’s atomic energy agency, which required U.S. approval, including that of Secretary Clinton. The Russian investment was approved.

Judge Andrew Napolitano says he believes the FBI will start a second Clinton investigation on these matters. Watch what he has to say in the video below.

Let’s hope that justice is served this time. This is the United States of America and nobody should be above the law – not even if your last name is Clinton!

Please share this if you would like to see Hillary locked up for her crimes!

H/T: The Libertarian Republic

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