Monday’s Wall Street Journal has an article by Peter Schweizer, focused on Hillary’s efforts to help Moscow to get technology transfers which undermined US national security. Schweizer was the researcher who wrote the book Clinton Cash, which was the basis for the important documentary of the same name — watchable online at Breitbart: Clinton Cash Movie. The enormous size of the Clintons’ grift is astounding, in addition to the many dangers it created for America. Every voter should watch the Clinton Cash documentary.
KT McFarland appeared on Fox News on Monday and expressed her alarm about the level of public corruption in the Clinton Foundation:
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KT MCFARLAND: To me that’s always been the more serious question about the Clintons is frankly the public corruption. When the Clintons left the White House, Secretary Clinton herself said we were dead broke, but then they set up the Clinton Foundation. She was the senator from the state of New York donations poured into the Clinton Foundation from foreign, governments, from foreign corporations and from wealthy foreign individuals, as well as American corporations and rich Americans. But then somehow when she was Secretary of State, certain decisions were made that favored those people who donated to the Clinton Foundation. Now the Clintons have said that’s just a coincidence. Their friends in the mainstream media have said, oh that’s a conspiracy theory to make that connection, but I as an American say, well i’d like to see the books. I’d like to see… let’s have a little sunlight on this. Was there a connection between decisions she made as Secretary of State and donations that went into the Clinton Foundation? Because if that’s the case, what happens when she’s president? I think what they ought to do is either show everybody the books of the Clinton Foundation, let auditors pour through it to make sure there’s no public corruption, or secondly close down the Clinton Foundation if she becomes elected.
Does Hillary believe in anything beyond self-agrandizement through her crime-family business?
UPDATE: here’s a video of Peter Schweizer being interviewed about the Clinton-Kremlin connection on the Hannity show Monday night:
The Clinton Foundation, State and Kremlin Connections, Wall Street Journal, by Peter Schweizer, August 1, 2016
Why did Hillary’s State Department urge U.S. investors to fund Russian research for military uses
Hillary Clinton touts her tenure as secretary of state as a time of hardheaded realism and “commercial diplomacy” that advanced American national and commercial interests. But her handling of a major technology transfer initiative at the heart of Washington’s effort to “reset” relations with Russia raises serious questions about her record. Far from enhancing American national interests, Mrs. Clinton’s efforts in this area may have substantially undermined U.S. national security.
Consider Skolkovo, an “innovation city” of 30,000 people on the outskirts of Moscow, billed as Russia’s version of Silicon Valley—and a core piece of Mrs. Clinton’s quarterbacking of the Russian reset.
Following his 2009 visit to Moscow, President Obama announced the creation of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission. Mrs. Clinton as secretary of state directed the American side, and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov represented the Russians. The stated goal at the time: “identifying areas of cooperation and pursuing joint projects and actions that strengthen strategic stability, international security, economic well-being, and the development of ties between the Russian and American people.”
The Kremlin committed $5 billion over three years to fund Skolkovo. Mrs. Clinton’s State Department worked aggressively to attract U.S. investment partners and helped the Russian State Investment Fund, Rusnano, identify American tech companies worthy of Russian investment. Rusnano, which a scientific adviser to President Vladimir Putincalled “Putin’s child,” was created in 2007 and relies entirely on Russian state funding.
What could possibly go wrong?