Hillary Clinton Reminder of What Could Have Been

Hillary Clinton Reminder of What Could Have Been

Finally, there is a bright side for Hillary Clinton’s butt-kicking on November 8 of last year.

Had Hillary Clinton gotten elected she likely would have found herself embroiled in controversy.

And she need look no further than another female head of state.

According to Reuters,

Ousted South Korean leader Park Geun-hye was behind bars in the Seoul Detention Centre on Friday after her arrest, on charges including bribery, in a corruption scandal that has brought low some of the country’s business and political elite.

In a dramatic fall from power, Park, 65, became South Korea’s first democratically elected leader to be thrown out of office. She is accused of colluding with a friend, Choi Soon-sil, to pressure big businesses to contribute funds to foundations that backed her policy initiatives.

She and Choi, who is already in custody and on trial, deny any wrongdoing.

In the early hours of Friday, the Seoul Central District Court approved prosecutors’ request for an arrest warrant for Park after she gave about eight hours of testimony.

Park was arrested for the exact same crimes for which Clinton was freed. Sounds like South Korea practices Asian discrimination. OR America practices “white Democrat privilege”?

What Did Hillary Clinton Do?

Unlike Park, Hillary Clinton put herself under house arrest and quickly scurried down her rat hole. She only recently emerged, feeling that “time served” exonerates her. Personally, I think she acted prematurely. Though Hillary Clinton now views earth at street urchin level, her political career ended last election night.

In her most recent litmus test about running for Mayor of New York City, she failed to ignite her anemic base. The results were frankly embarrassing when you consider how the current mayor’s political quagmire.

But had Clinton snaked her way into the presidency, the ground under her feet would have quickly turned to quicksand, as it did for Park.

The article continues,

Park’s removal from office capped months of paralysis and turmoil over the corruption scandal that also landed the head of the Samsung Group, South Korea’s largest “chaebol”, or family-run conglomerate, in detention and on trial.

Consider the parallels between Hillary Clinton’s crooked foundation and the governments and companies that “donated” to the organization. The comparison makes what Park did look benign by comparison.

Clinton’s corruption hit every continent, except Antarctica.

That said, I suggest we wait for NASA to provide satellite photos of the ice continent before we rule that out. 

Here’s what we wrote of the “dead broke” Clintons, who went from $1 million net worth to over $100 million net worth in short order:

Here’s what we wrote of the “dead broke” Clintons, who went from $1 million net worth to over $100 million net worth in short order:

Recall, Hillary claimed she and Bill Clinton were dead broke when they left the White House. After she ran for president in 2008, and her campaign purportedly owed $25 million. As CNN reported:
Clinton’s debt reached its peak in June 2008 shortly after the former New York senator suspended her campaign. At that point, her presidential committee owed $12 million to almost 500 creditors and $13.2 million to the candidate herself, who dipped into her personal funds to help finance her campaign.
She took the Secretary of State job for $250,000. Over 4 years, she earned $1 million. How did she pay off $25 million in debt with her salary and Bill Clinton’s $20,000 per month pension?
She must have done the Bloomberg plan for wealth management, where you work full-time and go from $4 billion to $32 billion net worth. Nice work, if you can get it.
The Clintons entered the White House with a combined net worth of $1 million. Now they are worth over $111 million.

Hillary Clinton should thank her Lucky Goldstar she didn’t get elected. Because like her husband, she would have been impeached.




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