Chelsea Clinton is a Bright Kid: Her Husband? … Meh. (Humiliating VIDEO)

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Hillary Clinton has more legal problems than just her email. As a matter of fact, she’s got so many legal problems will never get to the bottom of them.

The one in particular for today is the question of whether she intervened when she was Secretary of State on behalf of her son-in-law – a former Goldman Sachs investment manager – or one of his clients.

In 2012 Marc Mezvinsky, Hillary’s son-in-law, created a $325 million investment fund under the name of Eaglevale Partners. The fund was betting that bailouts of the Greek banking system would pump up the value of the countries near worthless bonds.

Here’s Judge Napolitano with a summary of the situation.

Federal regulations prohibit the use of nonpublic information to further private interests or the interests of others, like Hillary’s son-in-law’s investors. It’s called “insider trading” and the mere perception of a conflict of interest is unacceptable. Of course, as we know, Hillary Clinton doesn’t think U. S. laws apply to her or her family.

The Clinton campaign and Eaglevale Partners have declined comment. I couldn’t be more shocked.

While were not sure exactly what she did on behalf of her son-in-law, we do know that Hillary actively advocated for a bailout of Greek banks. At one point, driven by the belief that a bailout was coming the value of Greek bonds when skyhigh. When the central European bank refused a Greek bailout the value of the bonds assumed their previous value, slightly less than toilet paper. That didn’t stop Hillary from urging European leaders to commit to a Greek bailout.

The bottom line here is that Hillary was involved in the financial situation in Greece up to her eyeballs. The question is, did she pass information along to her son-in-law or did she advocate for the bailouts in order to help her son-in-law’s company?

The answers to those questions remain to be seen, but if you spent more than five minutes studying Hillary Clinton I think the answers are obvious. How did you see that

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