American Spectator: ‘Clinton Cash’ Shows How Clintons ‘Enriched’ Themselves from a ‘Human Rights Who’s-who of International Criminals


R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., editor-in-chief of the American Spectator, writes in his latest column that the new documentary film “Clinton Cash,” based on Peter Schweizer’s bestselling book of the same name, reveals how the Clintons accumulated wealth from the world’s worst human right’s abusers.

. . . . . Hillary and Bill have since leaving office amassed a fortune last calculated at over $135 million.  The documentary was produced by the conservative, Steve Bannon of Breitbart, but he says it is aimed particularly at environmentalists, progressives, human rights groups, the kind of voters who turn out for Bernie Sanders, and even disgruntled fans of Hillary.

The documentary’s narrator and the book’s author, Peter Schweizer, says that during Hillary’s time at the State Department Bill’s speaking fees grew immensely from a mere $200,000 or so to staggering numbers: $500,000 (ten times) and $700,000 at least twice. The Foundation now is now worth an astounding $2 billion. Moreover, the Foundation’s list of donors and of those funding Bill’s speeches is a human rights who’s-who of international criminals, leaders of Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Russia to name but a few. Thus the ominous rumbles in the soundtrack. READ the REST here.

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