Hillary Clinton Scandals

The Clinton Foundation continues to be the subject of a great deal of controversy long after Hillary Clinton lost her election to Donald Trump. The most recent stems from the Obama administration’s controversial approval of a Russian company’s purchase of Uranium One. That purchase gave Russia control of 20% of the uranium in the United States. While that deal was under consideration, however, the Justice Department was investigating a series of criminal acts inside the U.S. committed by Russian nuclear officials, including bribery, extortion and racketeering. In addition, they uncovered evidence that Russian nuclear officials had routed millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation, creating the appearance, at least of a conflict of interest, since Hillary Clinton, who was then Secretary of State, signed off on the Uranium One purchase. Source: investors.com

No.# Description Background External urls Year
1 Money Laundering Note1)Yet the mainstream media took no notice of last week’s federal court filing that exposes an $84 million money-laundering conspiracy the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign executed during the 2016 presidential election in violation of federal campaign-finance law.
 
 That lawsuit, filed last week in a DC district court, summarizes the DNC-Clinton conspiracy and provides detailed evidence from Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings confirming the complaint’s allegations that Democrats undertook an extensive scheme to violate federal campaign limits.
 
 Dan Backer, a campaign-finance lawyer and attorney-of-record in the lawsuit, explained the underlying law in an article for Investor’s Business Daily: Under federal law, “an individual donor can contribute $2,700 to any candidate, $10,000 to any state party committee, and (during the 2016 cycle) $33,400 to a national party’s main account. These groups can all get together and take a single check from a donor for
The Federalist 2016
2 Altering Evidence Note2)Before turning over her emails to the State Dept., Clinton was found to have altered them in at least six case, deleting entire passages. The Wall Street Journal 2015
3 Failure to Produce Note3)After having the emails on her private server subpoenaed, Clinton eventually turned many of the work-related ones over to the State Department. Despite claiming the batch constituted “all” of her emails, the State Dept. subsequently acknowledged they had many of her work emails she hadn’t sent over. The Wall Street Journal 2015
4 ‘No Classified Material’ Note4)When she finally acknowledged her secret server, she claimed she never sent or possessed classified material. She later began saying the material wasn’t “marked” classified. The Wall Street Journal 2015
5 Women’s Rights Note5)Clinton began her 2016 campaign with a focus on “women’s right’s” issues; yet the biggest contributor to the Clinton Foundation is Saudi Arabia, where women have almost no rights (per the State Dept.). National Review 2015
6 $6 Billion Missing Note6)Under her watch, the State Dept. misplaced $6 billion due to improper filing of contracts. The Washington Times 2014
7 Covered Up Scandals Note7)The State Dept. Inspector General reports investigations into illegal and inappropriate behavior (sexual assault, prostitution, drug trafficking) within the Diplomatic Security Service were shut down. CBS News 2013
8 Benghazi Note8)Hillary acknowledged the night of the attack that al Qaeda was the culprit, but in the midst of an election season, instead blamed an obscure Internet video for sparking a protest that got out of control. She was later caught withholding documents related to the investigation. National Review 2012
9 Afghan Consulate Note9)Directs $80 million to build a U.S. consulate in N. Afghanistan, but abandons the plan after security concerns. The Washington Post 2012
10 Secret Server Note10)Clinton create her own email server to conduct government business, which she claimed was for convenience but appear designed to skirt FOIA requests. It’s also a federal crime to “knowingly” store classified material at “an unauthorized location.” The Wall Street Journal 2009-2013
11 Secretary of State Note11)Despite setting a record most time spent abroad, Hillary Clinton has been unable to cite a single achievement from her time in office. Forbes 2009-2013
12 Boko Haram Note12)Clinton declined requests by the FBI, CIA, DoJ to designate Boko Haram a terrorist group. It’s believed a donation from a Nigerian developer to the Clinton Foundation influenced her decision. Judicial Watch 2008-2012
13 Clinton Foundation Note13)During the campaign, foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation increased 70 percent as foreign countries sought influence over American foreign policy. Wikipedia 2008
14 Near-Death Experience Note14)During the 2008 presidential campaign, Clinton claimed she arrived at the airport in Bosnia in 1996 under heavy sniper fire. CBS footage later revealed the arrival to be very peaceful and ordinary. The Telegraph 2008
15 Campaign Finance Violations Note15)One Hillary bundler, Jeffrey Thompson, pled guilty to violating campaign finance laws. CBS News 2008
16 Robert Congel Note16)Hillary channelled federal funds to a N.Y. developer who donated $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation. The New York Times 2004
18 PardonGate Note17)As Bill Clinton left office, he pardoned 400+ people, many of which which helped Hillary’s then-Senate bid). BuzzFeed 2001
19 Norman Hsu Note18)Illegally accepted money from convicted felon Norman Hsu, despite FBI warnings. Wikipedia 2000
20 Peter Paul Note19)Convicted cocaine trafficker arranged the most lucrative fund-raiser for then candidate Hillary Clinton in Senate history — which was illegal). Wikipedia 2000
21 FALN terrorists’ pardons Note20)Hillary brokered the pardons of many FALN terrorists in exchange for NYC Councilman Jose Rivera helping recruit Puerto Rican support for her Senate bid). Wikipedia 1999
22 ChinaGate Note21)The People’s Republic of China attempted to sway the 1996 presidential race, illegally donating to the re-election campaign, Clinton Legal Defense Fund & DNC. Wikipedia 1996
23 Charlie Trie Note22)Clinton friend who raised hundreds of thousands in illegal contributions; helped arrange a meeting with her and a Chinese arms dealer. Wikipedia 1996
24 Lincoln Bedroom Note23)Clinton’s rented out White House bedroom to more than 800 donors. The Washington Times 1996
25 IRS Abuses Note24)In 1995, the Clintons created an “enemies” list — conservative think tanks, activists, Bill Clinton mistresses, most of whom were targeted for IRS audits. Laissez Faire Books 1995-1997
26 Commerce Dept.’s “pay to play” junkets Note25)Trade mission trips sold to corporate donors to Clinton’s re-election campaign. CNN 1995-1996
27 Clinton Legal Defense Fund Note26)The Clintons created a fund allowing people who needed favors from the president to donate to his legal bills. Los Angeles Times 1994
28 HillaryCare Note27)Elicited popular anger after, despite having no official elected position, attempted overhauling America’s medical system. She was sued after refusing to provide documents related to the plan’s creation (largely orchestrated in secret), resulting in $285,864 fine. The New York Times 1993-1996
29 Filegate Note28)Clinton W.H. ally procured FBI backgrounders on previous Republican administrations. Wikipedia 1993-1994
30 Vince Foster files Note29)Clinton lawyer committed suicide and files were removed from his office before investigators arrived. Wikipedia 1993
31 Travelgate Note30)Fired W.H. staff to hire firm with Clinton ties instead. Wikipedia 1993
32 Rose Law Firm Note31)When investigators subpoenaed docs related to her role with a firm tied to Whitewater, they mysteriously went missing. The New York Times 1992-1994
33 Cattlegate Note32)Turned a $1,000 investment in cattle futures into $100,000; claimed to have made the trades herself, but that was later proven untrue; refused to release associated tax returns. Wikipedia 1978-1979
34 Whitewater Note33)Clintons-tied Ark. investment firm that went under after accounting irregularities. Wikipedia 1970-1980

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1. Yet the mainstream media took no notice of last week’s federal court filing that exposes an $84 million money-laundering conspiracy the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign executed during the 2016 presidential election in violation of federal campaign-finance law.
 
 That lawsuit, filed last week in a DC district court, summarizes the DNC-Clinton conspiracy and provides detailed evidence from Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings confirming the complaint’s allegations that Democrats undertook an extensive scheme to violate federal campaign limits.
 
 Dan Backer, a campaign-finance lawyer and attorney-of-record in the lawsuit, explained the underlying law in an article for Investor’s Business Daily: Under federal law, “an individual donor can contribute $2,700 to any candidate, $10,000 to any state party committee, and (during the 2016 cycle) $33,400 to a national party’s main account. These groups can all get together and take a single check from a donor for
2. Before turning over her emails to the State Dept., Clinton was found to have altered them in at least six case, deleting entire passages.
3. After having the emails on her private server subpoenaed, Clinton eventually turned many of the work-related ones over to the State Department. Despite claiming the batch constituted “all” of her emails, the State Dept. subsequently acknowledged they had many of her work emails she hadn’t sent over.
4. When she finally acknowledged her secret server, she claimed she never sent or possessed classified material. She later began saying the material wasn’t “marked” classified.
5. Clinton began her 2016 campaign with a focus on “women’s right’s” issues; yet the biggest contributor to the Clinton Foundation is Saudi Arabia, where women have almost no rights (per the State Dept.).
6. Under her watch, the State Dept. misplaced $6 billion due to improper filing of contracts.
7. The State Dept. Inspector General reports investigations into illegal and inappropriate behavior (sexual assault, prostitution, drug trafficking) within the Diplomatic Security Service were shut down.
8. Hillary acknowledged the night of the attack that al Qaeda was the culprit, but in the midst of an election season, instead blamed an obscure Internet video for sparking a protest that got out of control. She was later caught withholding documents related to the investigation.
9. Directs $80 million to build a U.S. consulate in N. Afghanistan, but abandons the plan after security concerns.
10. Clinton create her own email server to conduct government business, which she claimed was for convenience but appear designed to skirt FOIA requests. It’s also a federal crime to “knowingly” store classified material at “an unauthorized location.”
11. Despite setting a record most time spent abroad, Hillary Clinton has been unable to cite a single achievement from her time in office.
12. Clinton declined requests by the FBI, CIA, DoJ to designate Boko Haram a terrorist group. It’s believed a donation from a Nigerian developer to the Clinton Foundation influenced her decision.
13. During the campaign, foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation increased 70 percent as foreign countries sought influence over American foreign policy.
14. During the 2008 presidential campaign, Clinton claimed she arrived at the airport in Bosnia in 1996 under heavy sniper fire. CBS footage later revealed the arrival to be very peaceful and ordinary.
15. One Hillary bundler, Jeffrey Thompson, pled guilty to violating campaign finance laws.
16. Hillary channelled federal funds to a N.Y. developer who donated $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
17. As Bill Clinton left office, he pardoned 400+ people, many of which which helped Hillary’s then-Senate bid).
18. Illegally accepted money from convicted felon Norman Hsu, despite FBI warnings.
19. Convicted cocaine trafficker arranged the most lucrative fund-raiser for then candidate Hillary Clinton in Senate history — which was illegal).
20. Hillary brokered the pardons of many FALN terrorists in exchange for NYC Councilman Jose Rivera helping recruit Puerto Rican support for her Senate bid).
21. The People’s Republic of China attempted to sway the 1996 presidential race, illegally donating to the re-election campaign, Clinton Legal Defense Fund & DNC.
22. Clinton friend who raised hundreds of thousands in illegal contributions; helped arrange a meeting with her and a Chinese arms dealer.
23. Clinton’s rented out White House bedroom to more than 800 donors.
24. In 1995, the Clintons created an “enemies” list — conservative think tanks, activists, Bill Clinton mistresses, most of whom were targeted for IRS audits.
25. Trade mission trips sold to corporate donors to Clinton’s re-election campaign.
26. The Clintons created a fund allowing people who needed favors from the president to donate to his legal bills.
27. Elicited popular anger after, despite having no official elected position, attempted overhauling America’s medical system. She was sued after refusing to provide documents related to the plan’s creation (largely orchestrated in secret), resulting in $285,864 fine.
28. Clinton W.H. ally procured FBI backgrounders on previous Republican administrations.
29. Clinton lawyer committed suicide and files were removed from his office before investigators arrived.
30. Fired W.H. staff to hire firm with Clinton ties instead.
31. When investigators subpoenaed docs related to her role with a firm tied to Whitewater, they mysteriously went missing.
32. Turned a $1,000 investment in cattle futures into $100,000; claimed to have made the trades herself, but that was later proven untrue; refused to release associated tax returns.
33. Clintons-tied Ark. investment firm that went under after accounting irregularities.

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