For the Hillary Clinton loving suckers, you have to wonder when they will understand she’s more crooked than Bill’s pecker.
Yet again email reveals the influence peddling that I predict will be Hillary Clinton’s ultimate undoing.
As reported here, Hillary Clinton connived with her son-in-law in a mining deal:
As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton intervened in a request forwarded by her son-in-law on behalf of a deep-sea mining firm to meet with her or other State Department officials, according to the recently released Clinton emails.
One of the firm’s investors had asked Clinton’s son-in-law, Marc Mezvinsky, who is married to Chelsea Clinton, for help setting up such contacts, the emails show.
The lobbying effort on behalf of Neptune Minerals Inc. came while Hillary Clinton — now the leading Democratic presidential candidate — was advocating for an Obama administration push for Senate approval of a sweeping Law of the Sea Treaty. The pact would have aided U.S. mining companies scouring for minerals in international waters, but the Republican-dominated Senate blocked it.
Clinton ordered a senior State Department official in August 2012 to look into the request. Her action came three months after an investor in the mining firm emailed Mezvinsky, a partner in Eaglevale Partners LP, a New York hedge fund, asking for his help in setting up State Department contacts.
Clinton relayed a copy of the investor’s email to Thomas Nides, then a deputy secretary of state and now vice chairman at Morgan Stanley, a major New York financial services firm. “Could you have someone follow up on this request, which was forwarded to me?” Clinton asked Nides. He replied: “I’ll get on it.”
How many “regular” citizens get that kind of access? And more importantly, Clinton ACTED on the request.
I’m willing to bet that if any reporter simply followed the money, he (or she) would find that Clinton got paid eventually. It would have come in the form of a $350,000 “appearance” or “speech.” That’s how it works.
But Hillary and all other Liberals claim to represent “the little man.” They fight against Wall Street to protect Main Street, right?
Surely there is ONE investigative reporter willing to put his (or her) life on the line to go after the Clintons. They can’t kill everybody! By the way, has anybody seen Nides?