EXCLUSIVE: Busted Clinton’s a WHORE

By Christopher R Rice

For those of you who are unaware of the law, it is illegal to receive campaign contributions from abroad. No, I don’t mean from a broad but like from overseas. Here the Clinton’s have been caught not once but twice taking money from the Chinese. I wonder if Al Gore is still the Clinton’s bag man? The FBI identifies him only as “Business Associate-1”.

CHINA GATE I:

Politically prominent Chinese millionaire Ng Lap Seng was identified in a 1998 Senate report as the source of hundreds of thousands of dollars illegally funneled through an Arkansas restaurant owner, Charlie Trie, to the Democratic National Committee during the Clinton administration.

“Trie’s contributions purchased access for himself and Ng to the highest levels of our government,” the Senate report said.

Ng and Trie made a number of visits to the White House to attend Democratic National Committee-sponsored events and were photographed with President Bill Clinton and then-First Lady Hillary Clinton. ABC News reported in 1997 that Ng had made six trips to the White House.

Senate investigators said Ng “refused to meet with or answer the investigators questions,” although he was never charged with a crime in the investigation.

Trie, an American citizen, pleaded guilty to violating campaign finance laws.

CHINA GATE II:

The FBI has arrested Ng, the alleged secret source of foreign money in a campaign finance scandal during the Clinton administration, on charges he lied about why he brought more than $4.5 million in cash into the United States over the last two years.

Ng Lap Seng was arrested in New York last weekend by FBI agents working with federal prosecutors assigned to the public corruption squad in the Southern District of New York, according to federal authorities.

His arrest came on the same day the Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Seattle for a state visit to the United States.

In addition to his role as a prominent real estate developer on the gambling center island of Macau, Ng has close ties to the Chinese government and is listed as a member of a senior advisory group, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

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A criminal complaint against Ng, filed in federal court, described a series of trips Ng made to the U.S., often by private jet, carrying large amounts of cash.

According to the complaint, Ng lied about the purpose for bringing the cash, falsely claiming it was for the purchase of real estate, art or for gambling.

FBI agents surveilled Ng on several of his most recent trips and found that “at no point” was he seen “looking at paintings available for purchase, purchasing paintings, or gambling,” according to the complaint.

The complaint does not offer details about who the government believes received the cash, other than identifying a “Business Associate-1”. There is no indication of any current ties to the Clintons or the Democratic Party, and a spokesman for the Hillary Clinton Presidential campaign, Brian Fallon, said there had been no contact between the campaign and Ng.

The complaint says Ng brought a suitcase full of $400,000 in cash to the United States on June 13 and later that day brought the suitcase to a meeting with “Business Associate-1” in Queens, New York.

Also arrested with Ng was an associate and translator, Jeff Yin, a naturalized American citizen who is also accused of lying about the use and importation of the funds. Both are being held at a federal corrections center and are scheduled to be in court on Oct. 5.

Ng’s lawyer, Kevin Tung, said Ng is being held without bail, and Tung said he could not comment as to where the money had allegedly gone.

In an interview with ABC News in July, 1997, Ng said, “My philosophy is that I should not break the law but I wouldn’t mind bending it.”

DNC Admits They Stole the Election From Bernie Sanders

DNC lawyers have just responded to a class-action lawsuit over their primary being rigged, arguing that maintaining a fair and balanced primary was merely a “political promise.”

The lawyers argued that “Courts have uniformly rejected attempts to litigate on the basis of purported political promises, including ‘statements of principle and intent in the political realm.”

Essentially, the DNC’s promise to remain neutral and fair during the primary is a political promise similar to “policy proposals made in campaign platforms that aren’t fulfilled when in office.”

What’s worse is that the DNC’s lawyers claimed that Bernie Sanders’ supporters were aware that the DNC and chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz were biased against their candidate, an argument that has never been substantiated.

Conveniently, the DNC lawyers are the same ones Hilary used throughout her presidential campaign, so it should come as no surprise that her personal lawyers would be defending the DNC’s favorable treatment of the party’s now-nominee.

H/T: The Observer

Explosive New Book: Hillary Stole Election From Sanders, Handed It To Trump

An explosive new book claims that Hillary Clinton gave away the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump by stealing it from Bernie Sanders.

The book, Hack: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House, is written by Donna Brazile, who served as interim chairman of the Democratic National Committee in 2016.

Brazile details how she discovered a document that showed Hillary Clinton had taken complete control of the Democratic National Committee finances and messages long before the first caucuses and primaries were held.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders came close to toppling the frontrunner, but he never had a chance, according to the Brazile book.

The man who eventually won the election, Donald Trump, made the same claim in a May 18, 2016 tweet.

“Bernie Sanders is being treated very badly by the Democrats. The system is rigged against him. Many of his disenfranchised fans are for me.”

Post-election polling proved a significant number of Sanders supporters voted for Trump, but more did not bother to vote at all.

In an excerpt of her book printed today in Politico, Brazile said that when she took over the Democratic National Committee on an interim basis shortly after Wikileaks revelations that indicated former Chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz had stacked the deck against Sanders’ insurgent campaign, she promised Sanders she would get to the bottom of what was going on.

Brazile said she stepped into a situation that was far worse than she anticipated. The national committee had little money and what money it had was being strictly controlled by Hillary Clinton’s national campaign committee.

Brazile received indications that the Clinton campaign was hoarding money that should have been going to state committees to help down ballot candidates. The Clinton campaign had complete control over money, strategy, message and choice of top party officials.

Brazile was unable to issue a press release without the permission of the Clinton headquarters in Brooklyn.

The smoking gun came when Brazile unearthed an August 2015 document that allowed the Clinton campaign to run the national committee in exchange for its help in paying off party debt that had been allowed to remain unpaid because of inaction by Wasserman Schultz and slow repayment by President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, according to Brazile.

Brazile’s book marks the first time that one of the Democratic Party’s veteran power brokers has given voice to criticisms from Sanders supporters that Hillary Clinton’s coronation was a foregone conclusion even before the 2016 primary season started.

It also appears to provide corroborating evidence to a federal class action lawsuit by Sanders supporters who claim the Democratic National Committee committed fraud when it claimed neutrality in the Clinton-Sanders race while it was supporting Clinton’s candidacy from the beginning.

In an April 25 hearing in that case, committee lawyers argued that the neutrality was just a “political promise” and the committee had no obligation to remain impartial.

A federal judge agreed with the committee in an August ruling and dismissed the case.