Circle the Wagons! Hillary Clinton to be investigated by Senate over ‘charity’ corruption

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During her campaign, Hillary Clinton had an enormous amount of anti-police rhetoric flow from her mouth especially in front of African American and Muslim audiences.
During her campaign, Hillary Clinton had an enormous amount of anti-police rhetoric flow from her mouth especially in front of African American and Muslim audiences.


With so many House and Senate hearings and probes occurring, there’s no surprise that a disgraced political loser would regain the interest of corruption investigators in the federal legislation as well as those who work for watchdog organizations.

As if pushing an alternate reality, Hillary Clinton appears to have decided her devastating loss can be used to torpedo President Donald Trump. In fact, last week she uttered statements that reminded Americans why she was not victorious on Election Day.

Although the Democrats’ news media puppets will disagree — she has been extremely vitriolic in her speeches damning Trump. This is even more pronounced when one considers that Trump is willing to bury the hatchet and has not directed his Attorney General to re-open the Clinton email probe nor to open an investigation into allegations of rampant corruption within the Clinton Foundation.

“As far as the Democratic Party’s news media, there is no such thing as a Democrat sore-loser. Only Republicans — conservative ones — are sore-losers if they dare to criticize a Democratic Party politician, especially a president,” said former police counter-intelligence analyst, Peter Richter.

While President Trump has kept his word and hasn’t pursued legal action against Hillary Clinton’s alleged crimes while Secretary of State, some GOP lawmakers have their own ideas. While the news media managed to ignore allegations made about corruption within the Clinton Foundation, Clinton’s departure from reality has increased the outcry for a full criminal investigation of her so-called charity work.

One of the GOP lawmakers seeking a full investigation of Clinton’s years as Secretary of State is Senator Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, has initiated a new investigation. Grassley wishes to  discover whether or not Hillary tried to end a Bangladeshi corruption investigation.

The probe in question addressed the activities of a major Clinton Foundation cash contributor and how it is believed Clinton used her Secretary of State office to pressure Bangladesh government into abandoning their own investigation.

Equally disturbing is the news that while the State Department is supposedly investigating Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, she and her top aides continue to hold onto security clearances despite the FBI acknowledging they carelessly handled top secret and other classified intelligence through an insecure email server.

The U.S. State Department headquarter building..
The U.S. State Department headquarter building..

According to Grassley, the State Department has been told he wishes acquire evidence, and that he is seeking conclusive data to show if she committed any crimes. This spells even more bad news for the Clintons, their foundation and the Democratic Party.

Look for the Democrats and their propaganda machine to circle-the-wagons to protect their favorite political family.

In a recent letter from the State Department to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, the Department outlined its procedures for safeguarding and addressing potential mishandling of classified material and answered questions raised by Grassley in March, according to a press statement from Grassley’s office.

In their letter, the State Department confirmed that it is reviewing the mishandling of classified information in the unauthorized server matter following the conclusion of the FBI investigation.  That review is ongoing and could result in loss of security clearances for violators of the department’s protocols guarding sensitive material.

The State Department also indicated that Clinton may still access materials that were originated, reviewed, signed or received by her during her tenure at the department, which includes classified information. The State Department had previously informed the Judiciary Committee that seven of Clinton’s former aides were designated as “research assistants,” which allows them to take their State Department-issued clearance with them after their official service at the department concludes, and to retain access to specified information originated by Clinton during her tenure as secretary.

Often, during the course of reviews into mishandling of classified information, security clearances of individuals responsible for a potential breach are suspended.

Bangladesh a Muslim Nation

According to the British Broadcasting Company (BBC): “Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, with its people crammed into a delta of rivers that empties into the Bay of Bengal.

“Poverty is deep and widespread, but Bangladesh has in recent years reduced population growth and improved health and education.

“Formerly East Pakistan, Bangladesh came into being only in 1971, when the two parts of Pakistan split after a bitter war which drew in neighboring India.

“Bangladesh spent 15 years under military rule and, although democracy was restored in 1990, the political scene remains volatile.

“Islamist extremism has been rising in the usually tolerant country.

“The low-lying country is vulnerable to flooding and cyclones, and stands to be badly affected by any rises in sea levels.”


Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.

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