By now, everyone knows that there is one set of rules for the Bill and Hillary Clinton and another for the rest of us.
The feeble way the now-discredited FBI conducted its investigation into the private email server scandal is a perfect example.
That the Clintons have been able to get away with what appears to be a money-laundering, influence peddling scheme through the Clinton Foundation is another.
As Chris Wallace attempted to explore in the last presidential debate Wednesday, this is the same charity that critics claim is a pay-for-play scheme whereby foreign governments and multinational corporations made huge cash donations in exchange for favorable treatment from the US State Department while Hillary Clinton was in charge of the agency.
According to a WikiLeaks revelation in the ongoing email hack, Bill Clinton allegedly didn’t even follow the internal rules of the Clinton Foundation itself, as lax as they are.
From The Daily Caller:
Bill Clinton receives ‘expensive gifts’ and is ‘personally paid’ by sponsors of the Clinton Global Initiative, an annual gathering of the global elite that the former president hosts every year. The surprise claim was made by Doug Band, Bill Clinton’s longtime aide and the co-founder of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), in a Nov. 17, 2011 email released by WikiLeaks on Thursday.
Band appeared frustrated that he was forced to sign a conflict of interest policy for his roles as a CGI board member and adviser to the Clinton Foundation while Clinton did not.
Band, who is apparently no longer affiliated with the Clintons, is the same official that allegedly talked out another Clinton Foundation executive of committing suicide. He also referred to former first daughter Chelsea Clinton, 36, as a “spoiled brat” for meddling in Teneo, his consulting firm.
Hillary Clinton has famously claimed that she and her husband were “dead broke” since leaving the White House in early 2001, so it would seem they’ve been trying to make up for it ever since.