While the phony, corrupt media focuses on Donald Trump’s alleged latest “gaffe,” the shadowy sources of the Clintons’ massive cash haul by selling access are a ho-hum.
When it comes to the Clintons, the hits just keep on coming. As it turns out, we don’t actually know who is paying those breathtaking speaking fees. The supposed payers listed on Mrs. Clinton’s financial disclosure forms aren’t the actual parties writing the checks. How can this be? The Clintons covering something up? You expect us to believe that? Speaking of shadowy payments, after telling us it wasn’t possible to wire funds to his BFF’s, the terror-enabling mullahs in Iran, journalist Claudia Rosette discovered 14 wire transfers, 13 of which are each 1 penny under $100 million, and one of which is $10 million, but we don’t know to whom the money was wired, and the Obama Regime won’t say because of “confidentiality.” Huh?
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Links to stories we discussed on the show are below.
In this episode:
- The Stunning Corruption of the Clintons-does it ever end?
- The late Christopher Hitchens warned us about Hillary Clinton back in 2009
- Iran-Why is Obama’s #1 priority enabling and assisting America’s enemies, in this case the number 1 terror regime on the planet?
- Did Trump “flip flop” on amnesty? I’ll break it down and explain what it really means and how to make sure we get the right policy on this critical, actually existential, issue
Never Doubt Me-The Clintons’ Stunning, and Excused, Corruption
Iran Deal, Con’t.
Little Precedent for $400 Million Cash Payment to Iran – ABC News (Once again, Obama is “historic!”)
Remaking America File-Donald Trump’s Alleged Amnesty “Flip Flop”
The Emerging Democratic Majority: John B. Judis, Ruy Teixeira: 9780743254786: Amazon.com: Books (explains that 1965 immigration law pushed by Ted Kennedy was greatest gift democrats ever gave the democrat party)
Thanks to danasongs.com and incompetech.com for some of the music that we use on the program. Also thanks to Steve Vaus for “Come and Take it.” We also use music from Kevin MacLeod, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license