The recent release of additional private emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email servers based at her New York home provide a clearer picture of the “pay-to-play” connections between Clinton’s State Department, her and her husband’s and daughter’s Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative, and the private investment consulting and investment firm of Teneo Holdings, Inc. in Manhattan.
The list of (pressured) donors to the Clinton family's various businesses shows that Ireland and Norway are on top of a list that includes a number of other countries, wealthy oil sheiks, regimes, and even other businesses.
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It shows that Ireland has donated staggering $158,300,000 - Influence-buying by Irish government with the Clintons, according to Infowars.
In second place comes the wealthy oil nation Norway, who has given the Clintons Inc. $89,600,000 of the Norwegian tax payers money - The Norwegian government split up donations to make them look smaller than they actually were. Norwegian firms received investment opportunities in the developing world, courtesy of the U.S. Millennium Goals Corporation.
Saudi Arabia has given $25,000,000 for the State Dept. approval for U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia. And the United Arab Emirates has given $5,000,000 for the same thing.
Walmart Inc. has donated $5,000,000 and then HRC pressured the Indian government to open up India to Walmart, an action opposed by India’s small retailers.
Basically the Clintons have been running things like the Sopranos, only instead of 'blackmailing' people in New Jersey, the whole world has been the arena.
Yet mainstream media largely still refuse to report on this dynamite, and instead (they must have been ordered to) direct the focus on every woman Trump has ever met. The Wikileaks would normally be a journalist's inner desire, but zip. It's both fascinating and scary to watch.
The full list is here.
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