What Hillary did with that power is something Schweizer explores and, again according to reports from the book, which has not been released, he offers compelling examples of a quid pro quo.
And now she wants to be president to help “everyday Americans.” Imagine the cash that would generate!
Radio legend John Gambling asked me Tuesday why they do it, meaning why the Clintons always court trouble when, financially at least, they’re set for life. My answer speaks to their nature, and ours.
They do it because they get away with it. And they get away with it because we let them.
It’s time to stop the gravy train. The price of their brand of “public service” is more than America can afford. The accumulated burden of their greed is too much to bear.
Less than two weeks after she officially launched her campaign, it’s obvious that nothing has changed with them — and never will. It’s all scandal, all the time, and always will be. It’s who they are.
The gusher of money flowing their way also offers an explanation for the e-mail scandal, in which Hillary claimed to have deleted more than 30,000 e-mails from her private server.
What did she know about money coming into the foundation? What did she know about who was paying her husband to speak? How much coordination was there?
She claims the e-mails she deleted were purely personal, and her lawyer says the server was “wiped clean.” That’s not something that can ever be said about their reputation.
It is Tammany without the charm.