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State Department Benefited Companies who paid Bill Clinton

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posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 10:42 AM
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The Clintons are steadily sliding down that slippery slope...toward criminal corruption charges.

An investigative report by the Wall Street Journal finds that:

1) UBS was under intense pressure, by the Justice Department, to hand over mounds of documents (and information on secret bank accounts) related to "tax avoidance/evasion" practices...Hillary interceded and arranged for a very narrow scope of investigation...subsequently, UBS paid Bill over $1 million in "Speaking Fees".

2) The Government of Abu Dhabi wanted their national airline to be able to process US Visas before departure (providing them with a huge competitive advantage over U.S. Airlines)...Hillary interceded, and this unprecented procedure was allowed...just prior to the State Department approval, Abu Dhabi paid Bill $1 million in Speaking Fees (for two $500,000 speeches)

Among others...



150 FBI Agents assigned to this and the Clinton email probe...if it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck, it's probably a duck.




posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 11:11 AM
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For further background/reading pleasure, here is more comprehensive information on just how much the Clintons have been paid to make speeches...and to whom...over the last few years.


...based on Hillary Clinton's latest tax disclosure, she and her husband had made $139 million in gross income since 2007 most of its from private speaking fees, the one aspect that readers founds most fascinating was the breakdown of all the bribes better known as speeches given by the two Clintons (who in Hillary's words came out of the White House "dead broke") in 2013 as well as the going rate.



Since 2013 Bill Clinton has been paid $26.6 million for 94 speeches; Hillary's grand total is slightly less: $21.7 million for 92 private appearances.


That works out to an average of $260,000 per speech.

Who can afford (ie. benefit from) such enormous fees for a few words from a Clinton? Well, people like:

Morgan Stanley
Deutsche Bank
Goldman Sachs
Bank of America
Mediacorp
GE
Xerox
Samsung
Amway
JP Morgan

Well, you can read the list for yourself...

The Clinton Gravy Train...they're not "broke" anymore


edit on 13-1-2016 by mobiusmale because: typo



posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 11:21 AM
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We all know the Clintons are dirty as sludge, but they have mastered the technique of obfuscation. They are careful to fly just below the radar of legality and don't really mind all that much wallowing in the space of unethical behavior. You always hear, "it may be unethical, but is it illegal?". They are masters and it is going to take masters to put this puzzle together. They may have real problems this time, however. Greed may have done them in.

The investigating team that does it will go down in history as the greatest Team of Investigative Agents in history, because the Clinton's are just that good at the art of deceit.



posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 11:40 AM
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a reply to: queenofswords

Yes, you are quite right. The Clintons are masters of this dark craft.

It puts me in mind of the "Imitation Game". After the British broke the Enigma Code, during WWII, they made very sure that every time they acted on the intelligence thus gathered (and they acted on a limited/judicious number of the facts gathered) that they had an alternative explanation in place for why they had attacked here, or defended there.

This was to ensure that the Germans never actually figured out that England was able to read all of their encrypted radio communications.

In the same way, I think, the Clintons (going all the way back to Whitewater) always have a pre-determined deflection strategy in place for if/when they are questioned on any particular transaction. They probably will not move forward on any deal unless and until they have this firewall in place.

The problem, though, is like the embezzler who gets away with a little bit...then a little bit more...then a little bit more...eventually the temptation (and the sense of invincibility) becomes so great, that they can't resist growing the scam so large that it is ultimately uncovered - and then it all becomes perfectly obvious to people who start to examine things closely.

They are like two lobsters in a pot. They are already cooking...they just don't know it yet, because they don't have the sensory apparatus required to know that the temperature has been slowly rising for quite some time.

I mean, look at Hillary out stumping for the Democratic nomination like none of this is even going on.



posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 11:46 AM
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a reply to: mobiusmale

Excellent analogy!

I used to like Bill Clinton. But, now, after all the Clintons have done, when I see him or hear him speak, he seems to be playing a part like an actor. He is still a smooth talker, never needing a note one, but he just seems to be smiling and hiding something at the same time.



posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 12:21 PM
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a reply to: queenofswords


originally posted by: queenofswords
I used to like Bill Clinton. But, now, after all the Clintons have done, when I see him or hear him speak, he seems to be playing a part like an actor. He is still a smooth talker, never needing a note one, but he just seems to be smiling and hiding something at the same time.



Hiding his coke addiction....oh wait the nose makes it obvious.
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posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 01:25 PM
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...and he blamed his heart condition on a Big Mac addiction! LOL.



posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 01:36 PM
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150 FBI Agents assigned to this and the Clinton email probe...if it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck, it's probably a duck.


The FBI itself will be under the public microscope.



posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 01:41 PM
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a reply to: mobiusmale

In other news.

The sky is blue.

Come on man. You don't think she got into politics for the good of the country?

Rich people don't take a job that only pays 200K a year unless they stand to make even more from it.




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