But hey, don’t mention it: the nutroots from the MSM will blame Bush until the cows come home.
NRO/thanks to Counter Jihad:Â Saudis bribed Clinton with $10,000,000.00
The Saudis Gave At Least $10 Million To the Clinton Foundation
In recent years, the Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaÂ gave between $10 million and $25 million to the foundation run by the husband of our current Secretary of State.
“Friends of Saudi Arabia” donated at least another million, perhaps another $5 million. So in short, since 1997, the Saudi Kingdom and its affiliated organizations have provided the Clinton Foundation at least $11 million, and perhaps as much as $35 million.
But I’m sure our Secretary of State held a hard line against them. Remember, it was thelast President who was a pawn of the Saudis, or at least the left insisted that was so.
Other foreign governments contributing to the husband of the nation’s chief diplomat: The government of Norway, Kuwait, Qatar, Taiwan’s Economic and Cultural Office, Ministry for the Environment & Territory, Italy and the Sultanate of Oman.
Jamaica is listed as a donation between $50,000 and $100,000, with the specification, “100% pass through for commodity procurement.”
For foreign countries to be able to put money into an account controlled by the household of our top diplomat is an egregious conflict of interest, andÂ I cannot believe that the Obama administration shrugged its shoulders at this. The Foundation should have been put into a blind trust; there’s just too much potential for foreign governments to try to buy friendship (or access!) under this arrangement.
Also donating $250,000 to $500,000? Denise Rich, wife of infamous Bill Clinton pardon subject Marc Rich.
UPDATE: Freddie Mac donated between $50,001 and $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
ANOTHER UPDATE: Insert your own punchline here: The Clinton Foundation received between $10,001 and $25,000 from theÂ ‘I Won’t Cheat’ Foundation.
This one surprises me: between $10,001 and $25,000 from “Newsmax Media, Inc.”That Newsmax?
And where is Willie Clitman’s wife? Â The secretary of state hasn’t been seen since December 22nd:
“Her striking absence from the world stage is a damning indictment of the lack of American leadership at a time of tremendous upheaval on the streets of Tehran, and when the United States is facing a mounting threat from an increasingly dangerous and hostile Islamist regime.” Â More>>