Clinton Foundation Is A “Vast, Criminal Conspiracy”… FBI Boss Comey Connected To Clinton Foundation – House Calls For a Special Prosecutor



Claim: Deals featured payments from foreign governments that benefited from State Department decisions

The Clinton Foundation was set up and approved by the IRS to assemble funding for Bill Clinton’s presidential library.

But that was years ago.

Now, it is a “vast, criminal conspiracy,” according to the author of the explosive new book, “Partners in Crime: The Clintons’ Scheme to Monetize the White House for Personal Profit.”

“In ‘Partners in Crime,’ you’re going to read many instances where Hillary Clinton used her office as secretary of state to engage in making policy decisions, official acts of the secretary of state, to influence donors to contribute money to the Clinton Foundation,” said Jerome Corsi, a New York Times bestselling author and WND senior staff writer.

There were two major components of the FBI’s now-concluded criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, according to Corsi. The most widely talked about component was her use of a private email server to conduct State Department business, including transmitting classified information.

But the other dimension involves her “official acts violations” – the idea that her official acts as secretary of state were meant to enrich her own family by encouraging donations to the Clinton Foundation.

Corsi said proof of these official acts violations comes from “the emails which we now have, where Hillary Clinton and her aides, including Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, made sure copied on the State Department policy emails, including classified emails, [were] various employees of the Clinton Foundation and related companies to the Clintons like the Teneo consulting company that Bill Clinton was being paid by.”


FBI Boss Comey Connected To Clinton Foundation – House Calls For a Special Prosecutor

Republicans are demanding answers from FBI boss James Comey.

On Monday, they sent a letter demanding to know why he didn’t recommend federal charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of private email servers. Clinton “clearly placed our nation’s secrets in peril,” the letter states. “No one is above the law, and the American people deserve a more robust explanation for your decision to not recommend criminal charges.”

The letter sent by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia, and committee member Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, also mentions emails deleted by Clinton and forensically recovered by the FBI. They want to know if the emails had anything to do with the Clinton Foundation.

James Comey did not recommend federal charges in part because he is connected to the Clinton Foundation through the Swiss bank HSBC.

Special Prosecutor

Comey may be on the periphery of Clinton’s use of foreign policy to raise money for her foundation, but his position at HSBC may explain in part why she received kid glove treatment while others accused of similar crimes were prosecuted. His connection, however tenuous, should be reason enough to revisit the case and appoint a special prosecutor, as Rep. Matt Salmon of Arizona has demanded.

Ohio Republican Mike Turner accused the FBI of being “steeped in political bias” and said there should be an “independent and impartial decision” made about the legality of Clinton’s use of email.


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