Clinton University : Extortion U

The Clintons are racketeers, and have figured out a way to have their fingers in more than Monica Lewinsky.

In another pay for play scheme, the Clintons have yet again fallen under scrutiny, as they try to point the finger at Donald Trump.

As reported in WND,

The for-profit college with close ties to the Clinton Foundation that paid Bill Clinton through a shell corporation more than $16 million since 2010 to be its “honorary chairman” and international pitchman plans to go public despite some $4.7 billion in corporate debt.

Those who stand the most to gain when Laureate Education goes public include top-name, left-leaning investors attracted by the cache of Bill Clinton’s endorsement such as George Soros, Henry Kravis of Wall Street investment banking firm KKR and Paul Allen of Microsoft fame.

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Until the farce of global climate change, the big money-maker for the Left has been education, and at all levels. The Clintons figured out a way to cash in on education, in full frontal nudity of the taxpaying public. Why nobody has ever questioned the high speaking fees paid almost exclusively to Leftists is beyond me. And the Clintons seized on this, and took these fees into the stratosphere.

While the Clintons were collecting millions, Hillary Clinton’s State Department funneled at least $55 million to a group run by the CEO of the college company, Laureate Education Inc. In addition, attorneys suing Trump U paid $675,000 to the Clintons for speeches, and the firm suing Trump University was founded by a wealthy San Diego lawyer who served a two-year sentence in federal prison for his role in a kickback scheme to mobilize plaintiffs for class-action lawsuits.

It won’t take a genius to untangle to the Clinton web.

 

 

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