New Revelations Beg The Question, How Is Hillary Clinton Not In Jail?


The latest scandal involving Hillary Clinton’s political career proves that over half of her personal meetings during her time at State were with donors to the Clinton Foundation.

When Hillary Clinton was at the Secretary of State, appointed by Obama, she had 154 meetings with people that had private interests.

Of those 154 meetings, 85 were donors to the Clinton Foundation. It takes incredible access to meet with the Secretary of State, but if you are a donor you have over a 50% chance.

Not just any donor though. The ones that met with Hillary, at least 40 of them donated more than $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation.

Almost 25% of the 85 game more than a million dollars each.

If this isn’t pay-for-play access, then we don’t know what is. Neither does Donald Trump, and he has called for a special investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

Email releases from hacked servers show that Huma Abedin, Hillary’s top aide, connected and dealt with many of the requests personally and not all went to Hillary.

Over 50% of her meetings were with donors though.

Now the public is starting to take notice because of the email hacks, and she said that Bill and her would stop taking foreign donations if Hillary won the presidency.

That is like saying; I’ll stop writing answers on my hand when the test is over.

It doesn’t matter what scandal the Clinton’s are involved in, they get out of it somehow, but is this what we can expect from a Clinton White House?

During Bill Clinton’s second term, all his team did was try to stop scandals. At this point we know what we are going to get with a Hillary Clinton White House. More scandals and more cover-ups, but seriously, how is Hillary not in prison?

What do you think about the unique access granted to Hillary’s donors at the Clinton Foundation? Let us know in the comments below.

Morgan is a freelance writer for a variety of publications covering popular culture, societal behavior and the political influences of each.