The Clinton crime family fraud

The Clinton crime family fraud—47ih., b43

RUSH: In the meantime, there’s a little story here at PJ Media: “I just thought I’d contribute a detail to the latest news about the Clintons’ byzantine financial arrangements, specifically the limited-liability company Bill Clinton used to channel his ‘consulting’ profits.” This is something we learned yesterday, he’s got a shell corporation, a pass-through, and he was using that to hide money.  He was using that to shelter money. He started a consulting business, in addition to everything else, the Crime Family Foundation, the Clinton Library and Massage Parlor, the charitable foundation, all these things, he then added a consultancy business to it, and the payments were funneled through the shell corporation.

“The original Associated Press story said that WJC, LLC,” William Jefferson Clinton “the ‘shell company’ in question, was formed in Delaware in 2008. It’s more interesting when you find out the specific date.”  So PJ Media researched this.  “I searched the database of the Delaware Department of State’s Division of Corporations. There is one listing for WJC, LLC.” That’s Clinton’s.” According to the information on file, the company was formed December 3, 2008.”

So you’re saying, okay, big deal, big whoop.  Well, no.  Because Obama confirmed Hillary as his choice for secretary of state just two days prior.  Obama names her secretary of state on December 1st, 2008.  Two days later, Clinton forms his shell corporation, his pass-through corporation to accept payments for his new consultancy group.

The point of this is that everything this couple has done, every dime they’ve raised — well, the vast majority of every dime they’ve raised, has been on the come. It has been bribes. It has been payoffs for what people donating expect to get in return.  Hillary secretary of state, maybe Hillary the next president, Bill the former president, they’re giving money to people powerful enough to make what these people want to happen, happen.  And here Clinton sets up this shell corporation to facilitate these people that want to donate all of this money to his consultancy group or hire him to consult for them.

And of course, as they point out here in PJ Media, nobody’s drawing any conclusions here.  Just simply note that this is a pattern in the ongoing Clinton controversy.  For instance, the domain name for the, Hillary’s private e-mail system, that domain name was registered on January 13th, 2009, eight days before Hillary was confirmed as secretary of state.

So in about a one-month period, the Clintons established numerous and massive secret, private ways to collect money from people who wanted things done by a secretary of state and a potential future president and a former president.  And just the appearance of this makes it look like this was the express reason why these things were set up.

Our buddies at Campus Reform have uncovered some truths about Arizona State University, which has almost doubled its tuition over the past 10 years amid claims they just need more money, they need more state money.  Arizona State has been in trouble.  But they somehow had the money to give half a million dollars to the Clinton Foundation.

According to the Arizona Republic, the public university paid 500 large to the Clinton Foundation to host the former president, former secretary of state and their daughter, Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea.

Global Initiative.  And over here you got Arizona State, which is crying the blues about being out of money.  They don’t have any money, state funded, and they’re running low on money.

So they call the Clinton Crime Family Foundation, “Hey, you’ve got this Clinton Global Initiative thing, right?”

(imitating Clinton) “Yeah, yeah, we sure do.  What can we do for you?”

“Well, we’d like you to have a session of it here.”

“Oh, really?  You want us to come out and do a — you mean like we do in New York every year with the UN?”

“Exactly right.”

“Well, you know, it’s gonna cost you.”

“It is? I thought you were a charity.”

“Ho.  Yeah, we are, but you pay it.”

“What are you talking about?  We need some help.  We need you to come out here and do one of your three-day Clinton Global Initiative things, and it will attract people, and we can charge admission. It would be a great thing, university setting.”

“Well, I agree with all that, but you’re gonna have to pay me to do it.”  And they did.  Arizona State, amid finance problems, paid the Clintons half a million dollars just last year to come out and do a three-day Clinton Global Initiative event.  Mark Johnson, an ASU spokesman told the Republic, the Arizona Republic newspaper, the university was a payment for the event, not a contribution to the Clintons.  (laughing)  Right.  See, that’s the fine line.  “Oh, no, we weren’t we weren’t paying for the event.  We were donating to the Clinton charity.”

It featured Clinton and Hillary in a program aimed at bringing together college students to find practical, innovative solutions to global challenges. The CGI U website also boasts that more than 1,100 students attended the event to raise $60,000 and participate in a ‘Day of Action’ in the community.”

See, exactly, it’s just meaningless stuff, it’s feel-good stuff.  So they paid the Clinton Global Initiative half a million dollars to show up and raised 60.  The Clintons come to town, leave town half a million dollars richer, and Arizona State is ecstatic because they raised $60,000 in — I don’t know whatever, tickets or this.

Now, the other thing I mentioned in the first hour, and in no less than the New York Times: “To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami –” what an anniversary to commemorate.  Who are these people, to commemorate the tenth anniversary of something as destructive as the tsunami?  But they did it.

Clinton for all the great work he’s done in Haiti, in tsunamis and all that. And he charged her a half a million dollars at her tenth anniversary fundraiser for tsunami relief. He charged her half a million; she paid it happily.


RUSH:  No, no.  No, no.  My point is here’s a woman, a model who barely escaped the tsunami alive, she is very thankful and is seeking to raise money for people victimized by it, people whose lives were wiped out, everything they had was wiped out in the tsunami.  She has made it a cause of hers to help raise money to restore them, and Bill Clinton was an official UN envoy, by the way, to the tsunami relief. And Bill Clinton was an official UN envoy to Haiti, and in both instances he used both occasions to get filthy rich.

And to get him there, you offer him a lifetime achievement award for all the great work he’s done to help all the people around the world who are suffering from tsunamis or poverty or hurricanes or earthquakes or whatever. And the guy has the audacity to charge her half a million dollars?  I guarantee you she didn’t raise that much during this night with all the expenses she had.

And in the midst of this, Clinton and his wife continue to be regaled as some of the greatest, most compassionate people doing more for the poor and downtrodden around the world than anybody in the world.  What they’re doing is getting rich off the misery and suffering of others.  Which, by the way, is exactly what they accuse us of doing, and the Koch brothers, and whoever else happens to be their enemy of the day.  And yet look at what they are doing.

“The donation, made late last year after the foundation sent the charity an invoice –” They actually invoiced her?  They freaking invoiced her!  “It amounted to almost a quarter of the evening’s net proceeds.”  Clinton ate up nearly a fourth of what this poor woman’s charity generated.  And as it’s pointed out here, that half million dollars would be enough to build 10 kindergartens in Indonesia.  And what do we always hear from the Clintons?  (imitating Clinton) “You know, we believe in education and job training programs and infrastructure, rebuilding roads and bridges and schools and so forth. Oh, yeah, we’re big on that, big on that, yeah.”

source–rush, pj media, campus reform, arizona republic, mark johson, petra nemcova,




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