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More Hilliary Fraud From NYT

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whatchamacallit 1
SoupIsGoodFood 6
Dr Aborto 1
Defcon1 1
Judas 1
a889324uu 2
Prolix Raconteur 1
mutton 1
jacobson 1
RayofHope 4

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RayofHope --- 3 years ago -

She could win the presidency, and it will be an amazing accomplishment: Winning the Presidency with millions gotten through fraud.

This story came out in the New York Times, not exactly a conservative news source. It appears some of the uranium flowing to Iran could be coming from the United States through Russia. Millions were donated to the Clinton Foundation in exchange for the sale of a (very) large Uranium company to Russia.

Imagine, Iran threatening the destruction of Israel and the United States with Uranium gotten through the Clintons.

it explains why she was anxious to destroy her emails (after she was ordered to turn them over)..

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RayofHope --- 3 years ago -

Here are a few details.

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SoupIsGoodFood --- 3 years ago -

It's starting to get deep for Hillary.

Watch her cheerleaders. 

RayofHope --- 3 years ago -

The latest news is that the Clintons are claiming the New York Times story is part of a "right wing conspiracy". Are Clinton supporters really that stupid? 

Prolix Raconteur --- 3 years ago -

The latest news is that the Clintons are claiming the New York Times story is part of a "right wing conspiracy". Are Clinton supporters really that stupid?

That's going to be a hard sell considering the NY Times has supported leftist causes historically and leans very liberal. But rest assured, the brainwashed will buy whatever HRC is selling. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 3 years ago -

Notice the silence from the KU Hillary Cheerlead Group on this one? 

Judas --- 3 years ago -

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a889324uu --- 3 years ago -

We are silent because you yourself said only stupid, low information people use pictures to argue their point.

So we are waiting for something of substance to be presented.

Or are pictures as good as it gets from your side?

I'll start referring to you silly boys as The Crayon Brigade. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 3 years ago -

Whistle. Whistle. 

Dr Aborto --- 3 years ago -

low information people use pictures to argue their point.

I have to disagree with that statement.

Here are my thoughts. The Clinton Foundation does wonderful things around the world. They fight disease, build schools, etc etc. God's work. It's headed by one of the most popular US president in recent history. The Clinton's are powerful, so it's not surprising that they know world leaders and giant corporate CEOs. These upper crust types want to have Bill talk at their events, they want to be a part of his scene. I can see filthy rich types meeting Bill for the first time and feeling so moved that they back a truck full of cash at his organization.

Do I think Hillary and this Russian Plutonium company had an agreement to rub each others backs? No. Do I think this Russian group hired Bill and donated to his Foundation in the hopes to be on the good side of the Clintons? Probably.

I don't think this will hurt Hillary in the long run. I think this story is kind of complicated and doesn't resonate with the average voter. But it will add to "Clinton Fatigue". If these stories keep popping up, people will start to get turned off and I think that that's what the GOP are looking to do before Hillary takes her campaign out of the low key, bus riding, chipotle eating stage.

The Clintons must have been watching their money carefully since 2007 so I can't imagine that they don't have evidence on hand that shows that the State Dept wasn't picking favorites. They also have to answer the question of why the complete donor list wasn't made public. I guess we'll see. 

a889324uu --- 3 years ago -

Soup, my chain on you trumps your silly whistle. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 3 years ago -

The Clintons must have been watching their money carefully since 2007 so I can't imagine that they don't have evidence on hand that shows that the State Dept wasn't picking favorites.

They obviously don't watch it that carefully. They're having to refile for 5 years because of money they "forgot" about. More like they got found out and are doing the quick step to try an fix it. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 3 years ago -

Soup, my chain on you trumps your silly whistle.

I whistled. You and Judas came running. 

mutton --- 3 years ago -

Wishing I had money to forget about, lol. Oh wait... 

jacobson --- 3 years ago -

The Clinton Foundation does wonderful things around the world. They fight disease, build schools, etc etc. God's work. It's headed by one of the most popular US president in recent history. The Clinton's are powerful, so it's not surprising that they know world leaders and giant corporate CEOs. These upper crust types want to have Bill talk at their events, they want to be a part of his scene. I can see filthy rich types meeting Bill for the first time and feeling so moved that they back a truck full of cash at his organization.

LOL. 

Defcon1 --- 3 years ago -

Vote Phillip Mamouf-Wifarts for redemopublicratic president 2016! 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 3 years ago -

Wifarts? For real? 

whatchamacallit --- 3 years ago -

RayofHope --- 1 days ago - quote - hide comments
The latest news is that the Clintons are claiming the New York Times story is part of a "right wing conspiracy". Are Clinton supporters really that stupid??



Oh noes! Not another vast right wing conspiracy! They just won't leave those poor, innocent, Clintons alone. 

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