Are you ready for this?
Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, stated the Democratic presidential candidate has “little consideration for ethics.”
Noooo, you don’t say.
Even those who work closest to her, those who should be supporting and defending her at every turn, cannot help but share how the C in Clinton stands for corruption and conspiracy.
According to The Daily Caller:
Mook’s comment was included in a devastating list he compiled of problems associated with Clinton’s decision to appoint a longtime friend to her campaign after he helped her raise $72 million for the U.S. Expo at the 2010 Shanghai World’s Fair.
The comment — “When soliciting contributions, Clinton had little consideration for ethics” — appeared in an attachment to a March 11, 2015, email made public Sunday by WikiLeaks in its latest release of materials hacked from Clinton national campaign chairman John Podesta’s Gmail account.
Mook questioned the appointment of Jose Villarreal as an officer in the campaign, telling Podesta that he “found a potential flag about Jose Villarreal” and that “it looks like he’s snared up in the conflict of interest stuff at State” and “there’s a real argument here that he was at the nexus of foundation/state issues.”
Villarreal was Clinton’s choice to serve as commissioner general of the U.S. Expo, which was supposed to showcase American values at the Shanghai event. But Mook’s 10-page attachment to the Podesta email highlighted how Clinton mixed corporate donations to the U.S. Expo with favorable Department of State treatment.
Such actions are reportedly at the heart of a continuing multi-city FBI political corruption investigation that began in February of this year.
Now, before you get confused, this is a different investigation from the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails.
I know, it’s hard to keep track of all the things that she is under investigation for.
Corporations that donated to Clinton’s foundation “were featured in Shanghai and received accolades from the State Department.”
Indeed, according to The Daily Caller, “Nine of the top 10 contributors to the U.S. Expo also were Clinton Foundation donors.”
Even the Washington Post described the relationship Clinton had with Boeing as a “mutually beneficial relationship” (Boeing pledged $5 million to the foundation).
Maybe that is why Hillary wears pant suits. Its the only clothing she can wear that has large enough pockets to stuff politicians and corporations.