Recollections: the last time the Clinton’s were in the White House

  1. Bill and Hillary turned the IRS into a gestapo-like organization used to attack political enemies.
  2. As 1st Lady, Hillary hired private investigators to intimidate those sexually abused by Bill.
  3. Upon exiting their tenure as the 1st couple, Hillary looted the White House of art, furniture, and flatware.
  4. Bill and Hill illegally obtained FBI files of perceived enemies.
  5. The “suicide” of Vince Foster (White House counsel and longtime friend and business associate of Hillary): the night of Foster’s death, Hillary launched one of the most shameful – and illegal – cover-ups of her entire career.  She sent two of her most trusted White House loyalists – Maggie Williams, the First Lady’s chief of staff, and Patsy Thomasson, who was in charge of White House administration – into Foster’s office to retrieve embarrassing and incriminating documents related to Whitewater and Hillary’s other personal affairs. While White House Counsel Bernard Nussbaum barred investigators from entering Foster’s office, Maggie Williams, Patsy Thomasson, and Craig Livingston, Hillary’s director of White House security, removed armloads of files and loose-leaf binders.
  6. China-gate and the sale of high tech secrets: technology companies made donations of millions of dollars to various Democratic Party entities, including President Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign, in return for permission to sell high-tech secrets to China. Bernard Schwartz and his Loral Space & Communication Ltd. later allegedly “helped China to identify the cause of [a rocket failure], thereby advancing China’s missile program and threatening U.S. national security,” according to records.
  7. Travel-gate:  Hillary  fired seven longtime employees in the White House travel office and gave the positions to her Arkansas friends.  In addition, Hillary reportedly had the FBI investigate the former head of the travel office, Billy Dale, who was fired without notice and removed from White House grounds.  Dale was charged with embezzlement but found not guilty of the crime in 1995.  He was later audited by the IRS.
  8. Whitewater: it began as a failed Arkansas real-estate venture involving the Clintons in the 1980s that was linked to the collapse of Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan, a Little Rock savings bank run by the Clinton’s’ Whitewater business partners.  Clinton friends James and Susan McDougal went to jail for fraud (James died while serving his sentence), as did former Arkansas Gov. Jim Tucker and municipal judges David Hale and Eugene Fitzhugh.
  9. Liar under fire: in her March 17, 2008, foreign-policy speech on Iraq, then-Sen. Hillary Clinton recalled a trip she made to Tuzla, Bosnia, in 1996  “I remember landing under sniper fire,” Hillary said of her visit while she was first lady. “There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.”  Problem is, nothing like that actually occurred.
  10. Missing records:  in 1994, federal investigators subpoenaed Hillary’s billing records from her days as a partner in the Rose Law firm during the Watergate scandal. The White House said it didn’t have the 115 pages of files.  While Hillary claimed she had a minor role in the affair, the Washington Examiner reported that “when the records mysteriously turned up in the White House in 1996, they showed she met repeatedly with key figures in the scandal.”
  11. Pardoning a big-time crook, Mark Rich: the Associated Press reported that Rich had been “indicted by a U.S. federal grand jury on more than 50 counts of fraud, racketeering, trading with Iran during the U.S. Embassy hostage crisis and evading more than $48 million in income taxes – crimes that could have earned him more than 300 years in prison.” Rich fled to Switzerland in 1983 after his indictment and remained on the FBI’s Most Wanted List until President Clinton pardoned him.  Interestingly, his wife gave contributions to Bill’s library and Hillary’s senate election run.
  12. Cattle-gate: Hillary – with no previous experience – made massive profits from cattle futures trading between 1978 and 1979, when Bill Clinton’s salary as Arkansas attorney general had been modest.  She reportedly made $99,537 in profit on a $1,000 investment (a 9,987 percent profit) in just nine months because of a highly placed connection at Tyson Foods, which was the largest employer in Arkansas and a big Clinton donor.
  13. “You’re fired”–Young Hillary the Lawyer:  Hillary actually played a role in the Watergate saga in 1974 until was fired by her supervisor, lifelong Democrat Jerry Zeifman, who called her a liar and much worse.
  14. The Private (illegal) Email Server: Hillary kept all her official correspondence as secretary of state, as well as her personal emails, on a private email server located at her home – instead of using the government-mandated process while serving in the high appointed position.

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