Powell Says What He REALLY Thinks About Clinton in X-Rated Rant

Powell Says What He REALLY Thinks About Clinton in X-Rated Rant–39gh.

A website claiming to have hacked former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s personal emails released one dialogue between Powell and Democrat donor Jeffrey Leeds that showed how Powell truly felt about both Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

The emails were published on a password-protected site called DCLeaks.com, which may have some connection to Russian intelligence operatives, according to security experts who spoke to Bloomberg News.

One email in particular grabbed everyone’s attention because in it, not only did Powell state that he wished he didn’t have to vote for Hillary Clinton in November’s general election, but also he slammed the former president, accusing him of ongoing adultery in on uncertain terms (WARNING: Graphic language ahead).

“I would rather not have to vote for her, although she is a friend I respect. A 70-year-old person with a long track record, unbridled ambition, greedy, not transformational, with a husband still d***ing bimbos at home (according to the NYP).”

The email dated, July 26, 2014 showed a true disdain for all things Hillary Clinton … and this coming from a self-described friend!

Bill Clinton’s career has been plagued by infidelity scandals, most notably the affair with Monica Lewinsky that led to his impeachment. It seems that other Washington insiders give some credibility to more recent allegations about his serial infidelity.

Other conversations showed Powell sharing concerns over Hillary Clinton’s health with the same recipient, Jeffrey Leeds.

While Powell could not be reached for comment on the authenticity of these emails, spokesperson Peggy Cifrino admitted to The Washington Post on Wednesday: “The general has been hacked and these are his emails.”

source- conservative tribune, jeffrey leeds, bloomberg, wash post, peggy cifrino


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