Clinton’s Emails Causing Trouble Once Again

Clinton’s Foundation Causing Problems

Hillary Clinton has been the target of the right for a long time. Sometimes for good reasons, sometimes for not so good reasons. Benghazi, for example, is a rabbit hole and there’s been no definitive connection between Hillary Clinton and that tragedy. The Clinton Foundation is a different situation. 44 newly released emails from Hillary Clinton’s time as secretary of state are showing a conflict of interest with her role the Clinton Foundation.

Here’s one example – top Clinton Foundation official Doug Band lobbied Clinton aides for a job for someone else in the State Department. And Hillary’s aide Huma Abedin helped him out. That’s completely inappropriate cronyism. It gets worse. In another email, tells Band directs Abedin to put Gilbert Chagoury, a Lebanese-Nigerian billionaire and Clinton Foundation donor, in contact with the State Department’s “substance person” on Lebanon. And she hooks him up.

The Attorney General is already opening up another investigation into this situation. The FBI is also involved and they are looking to possibly press corruption charges against the Clinton Foundation.

“No wonder Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin hid emails from the American people, the courts and Congress,” Judicial Watch President Tom Filton said in a press release. “They show the Clinton Foundation, Clinton donors, and operatives worked with Hillary Clinton in potential violation of the law.”

Filton also said that there were 44 emails hidden on purpose. Yet again, Clinton and those pesky emails are getting in the way.

Special access. Cronyism. Corruption. These are the apparent hallmarks of Hillary Clinton. And they would be the hallmarks of a Hillary Clinton administration. Donald Trump sometimes says some crazy things. But you’ve never heard of him selling access like this.

Don’t forget these emails or the ones that weren’t turned over to the government when you go to vote this November.

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