Hillary Clinton’s lucrative life of crime | The Japan Times

Peter Paul with the Clintons at Gala Fundraise...

Peter Paul with the Clintons at Gala Fundraiser He Paid for Hillary (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This must read article is currently top of the most-read list for the Japan Times. It’s written by Ted Rall, a syndicated columnist at the Los Angeles Times. It asserts that corporations and banks bribe the Clintons to buy political favors. The speaking racket that has earned them at least $30 million over the past 16 months is a (flimsy) cover.

Source: Hillary Clinton’s lucrative life of crime | The Japan Times

Personally, I think that the headline is overstated but there’s some red meat in the substance of the article.


One response

  1. The article, courtesy of Dr.Alf, has a misplaced title in that lots of people including our own Tony Blair, make lucrative speeches which in itself is not a crime.

    Hillary Clinton, and for that matter Bill, may have committed crimes and failed to take actions which caused people to die when they need not have done but these actions and acts of negligence are not listed in this article. Even Bill Clinton’s abolition of Glass-Steagall Act which created the seeds for the 2008 banking crisis cannot be fully laid outside his door because he acted on advice and instructions from the true criminals who are known and still at large.

    Certainly, Hillary Clinton is an odious and cruel woman (she laughed on live television at the pictures of Gaddafi trussed up like a bloodied and battered chicken being driven off at high speed in a pickup truck in Libya surrounded by heavily armed jihadists who would later murder him) and she will almost undoubtedly become the first female President.

    However, that makes her odious and cruel, descriptions that could be applied to a great many politicians and important people, rather than a criminal.

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