The Men Who Tried to Save Hillary Clinton’s Big White Buttocks

Hillary Clinton is a man-hater. Yet men constantly save Hillary Clinton’s big fat buttocks.

Bill Clinton performed yeoman’s work carrying Hillary Clinton around for years. Sure, she did all the dirty work, like tormenting all of Bill’s paramours. But he didn’t twist her arm. Hillary was on a mission to be bigger than life, and Bill was a necessary evil.

Nevertheless, every American including brain-dead Liberals know that without Bill, there is no Hillary.

Then there was John Podesta. He warned Hillary that The Clinton Foundation was about to blow up in her face, like Monica under the Oval Office desk with Bill. The warning came just a bit too late, as the New York Times ran with the email story, and as they say: we are where we are.

Then there was Man #3. We didn’t know who he was until WikiLeaks.

HOLY MOLE, the “deep throat” at the DOJ is Assistant Attorney Peter Kadzik. Kadzik has been feeding the Hillary Clinton campaign intel on potential investigations.

As WikiLeaks confirms, Kadzik gave Podesta ergo the entire Clinton staff involved a “heads up” of what will occur in a Hillary Oversight Hearing about the email issue before it actually occurs. They can be nice and prepared for what’s coming at them. Oh yeah, just like the debates!



The Clintons have established moles throughout the fed. How else could you run a criminal enterprise with such immunity?

Flashback: The FBI has posted old case files on Twitter.  The latest FBI release was on the Bill Clinton presidential pardon of the very corrupt Marc Rich. Peter Kadjik was the attorney for Marc Rich seventeen years ago. Here’s a bit about Marc Rich, according to the New York Post:

Fifteen years ago this month, on Jan. 20, 2001, his last day in office, Bill Clinton issued a pardon for international fugitive Marc Rich. It would become perhaps the most condemned official act of Clinton’s political career. A New York Times editorial called it “a shocking abuse of presidential power.” The usually Clinton-friendly New Republic noted it “is often mentioned as Exhibit A of Clintonian sliminess.”

Congressman Barney Frank added, “It was a real betrayal by Bill Clinton of all who had been strongly supportive of him to do something this unjustified. It was contemptuous.”

Marc Rich was wanted for a list of charges going back decades. He had traded illegally with America’s enemies including Ayatollah Khomeini’s Iran, where he bought about $200 million worth of oil while revolutionaries allied with Khomeini held 53 American hostages in 1979.

What bothered so many was that Clinton’s clemency to Rich reeked of payoff. In the run-up to the presidential pardon, the financier’s ex-wife Denise had donated $450,000 to the fledgling Clinton Library and “over $1 million to Democratic campaigns in the Clinton era.”

The conflict of interest between Podesta and Kadzik is pretty epic.  From

“Kadzik represented Podesta during the Monica Lewinsky investigation. And in the waning days of the Bill Clinton administration, Kadzik lobbied Podesta on behalf of Marc Rich, the fugitive who Bill Clinton controversially pardoned on his last day in office. That history is cited by Podesta in another email hacked from his Gmail account. In a Sept. 2008 email, which the Washington Free Beacon flagged last week, Podesta emailed an Obama campaign official to recommend Kadzik for a supportive role in the campaign. Podesta, who would later head up the Obama White House transition effort, wrote that Kadzik was a “fantastic lawyer” who “kept me out of jail.” “

Let’s see if Kadzik can keep Podesta and himself out of jail this time. And now they can’t even save Hillary.

Believe it or not, Kadzik had been slated to work on “DickiLeaks”–Weiner’s emails. That’s right; the man who leaked information to the Clinton campaign could have been the person who “investigates” the Clintons. Cancel that subscription.

This time an army of men won’t save Hillary Clinton. She confronted the Tea Party Community, then got run over by the Trump train.

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