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Clinton Campaign Has No Problem Taking Money From Foreign Agents?


The MSM continues to go after Donald Trump with unsubstantiated allegations that happened 15-20 years ago, but willfully ignore the hard facts of Hillary Clinton’s “pay-to-play” scandals that have helped her rake in millions of dollars.  Of course, we all know it’s illegal for political candidates to take money from foreign entities, but we also know it’s a crime to commit perjury too don’t we?

As long as the Democrats are in charge, Hillary Clinton is like Teflon…nothing sticks. She denied her private email server, she denied she deleted emails – over 33,000, and even denied she knew what that “C” stood for classified. Seriously? This along with the fact that the press hasn’t even touched upon ANY of Clinton’s “pay-to-play” scandals. It just doesn’t matter, because the MSM is NOT interested in ANY corruption related to Hillary, only Trump.

Yet Clinton has accepted from $10-$25 million from Saudi Arabia and $1-$5 million from the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Oman. Who cares that Hillary says she supports women’s rights, but accepts money from countries that support assault and rape against women and even children? Who cares that her campaign manager, Robby Mook says it’s ok to take money from foreign agents? It’s not like they’re going to get punished for committing a crime…



H/T American Thinker:

Sunday’s Wikileaks dump includes an email discussion within the Hillary Clinton campaign about whether they should continue to take money from people who were registered with the U.S. government as foreign government agents under the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

At first, on April 15, high-level campaign officials met by telephone and made the honorable decision to not take money from foreign government agents, but, as Hillary’s national finance director, Dennis Cheng, wrote, when he reopened the decision later that same day, “we are leaving a good amount of money on the table.”

The final decision appeared to have been made on April 16.  Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, put it this way: “I’m ok just taking the money and dealing with any attacks.”  The next day, Clinton’s communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, summarized the decision in three words and two exclamation points: “Take the money!!”

It’s a good thing we have WikiLeaks, because otherwise we’d never get the TRUTH about Clinton and many of her “dirty deeds” from ANY news agency. Here’s the emails from WikiLeaks on the subject of “foreign registered agents” and Hillary Clinton’s staff.

Of course, Clinton and her campaign have not denied any of the accusations from WikiLeaks…because these emails exist and they are REAL! WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange has said he will continue to release Clinton emails up until election day.

Although, today it seems the internet connection was “cut off” by the “state party”.

I’m guessing, another donation was made from another “foreign entity” to the Clinton Foundation. Or maybe Bill will be making a speech soon. Either way…just follow the money! Because it’s ALL about the money when it comes to Hillary Clinton and her campaign and they don’t care if your donation is domestic or foreign…they accept donations of all forms from all countries.



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Nancy Hayes

Nancy Hayes is a Digital Media Specialist and Conservative, Grassroots Activist.

Over the past 6 years – she has worked on 31 campaigns nationwide. She has been involved in several key elections, including Ted Cruz for President and Herman Cain for President. She has served in such positions as Social Media Specialist, Phone Bank Director, State Director of Volunteers, and Grassroots Activist.

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