Apr
27
2015

It’s Monday, so it’s time for a new Hillary Clinton ‘Hand in the Foundation Jar’ story.

This is… this is special prosecutor territory. For real. I hate saying that, because special prosecutors are awful – but then, so is this.

More here, but the header – “Twenty-two of the 37 corporations nominated for a prestigious State Department award — and six of the eight ultimate winners — while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State were also donors to the Clinton family foundation” – pretty much says it all, huh?  Especially when you couple it with the fact that the Clinton Foundation is apparently flat-out lying about how much money it directly distributes to actual charities every year. As the Federalist rather wrathfully put it, “In just a few short years, the Clinton’s primary philanthropic project transitioned from a massive player in global pharmaceutical distribution to a bloated travel agency and conference organizing business that just happened to be tax-exempt.”

Gosh, it’s like the Clintons had the parts of their brains that say Do not gorge yourself on this cake surgically removed, or something. This is like some sort of evil, over-the-top political scam that you see (and roll your eyes over) on television… except that it’s apparently happening.  It’s not supposed to happen in real life! That’s a bad thing!  Bad! Awful! Stop doing that!

Great. Now I’m talking to the current frontrunner-Democratic candidate as if she was nine. Worse, I’m justified in doing so. Surely the Other Side has a functional adult who can run, yes?

Moe Lane (crosspost)

 

 

2 Comments

  • Jeffstag says:

    I would find this more amusing if there wasn’t a not-zero chance she will be President….

  • Mikey NTH says:

    This is a metaphor – remember that:
    All three Clintons have now pulled down their pants and have pressed their buttocks right up to a plate-glass window at the DNC, mooning everyone – politicians to press inside – and are taunting them to do something about it.

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