Tag Archives: Bill Clinton
Looks like the couple incited the man to beat the crap out of them (see “sarcasm at its finest”).
Related: FLASHBACK: An Open Letter to Hillary Clinton from Juanita Broaddrick
By: Juanita Broaddrick APFN.org 15 October 2000 As I watched Rick Lazio’s interview on Fox News this morning, I felt compelled to write this open letter to you, Mrs. Clinton. Brit Hume asked Mr. Lazio’s views regarding you as a … Continue reading →
Us mortals could never get away with this crap. Via Politico: An organization spun off from the Clinton Foundation has no plans to refile its tax returns due to mistakes in prior years, an official said, contradicting a highly publicized … Continue reading →
By: Ken Silverstein Byline.com October 26, 2015 The Clinton Foundation has until November 16 to amend more than ten years’ worth of state, federal and foreign filings, but it’s going to be virtually impossible to do so without acknowledging that … Continue reading →
Investigative journalist extraordinaire, Sharyl Attkisson, gives us a rundown on the mysterious case of the “missing documents.” Note: The following series of tweets are screencaps, and not necessarily in chronological order.
FUNNIEST CHART O’ THE DAY: Breakdown of Where Bill and Hillary Clinton’s ‘Charitable’ Donations Went
MRC’s Tim Graham Slams George Stephanopoulos For Donating $50K $75K To Clinton Crime-Family Foundation: Bob Woodward: Not sure what $75,000 can buy except ‘a four-minute speech by Bill’: Woodward on George Stephanopoulos: What Was He Thinking?
YouTube/The Joe Walsh Show: It was revealed today by the Washington Free Beacon that ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos gave at least $75,000 in donations to the Clinton Foundation over the last couple of years. Reaction on social media … Continue reading →
YouTube/PJ Media: The blockbuster book Clinton Cash has hit the bookshelves. You won’t believe what Bill Clinton said in response to allegations of shady payments he and the Clinton foundation received. Hear more as Scott Ott, Stephen Kruiser and John … Continue reading →