Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign failed to list a registered lobbyist for Morocco in its legally required disclosure of all bundled fundraising done by lobbyists, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis.Compliance with campaign finance laws is for little people, and Republicans.
Edward Gabriel, who was named U.S. Ambassador to Morocco by former President Bill Clinton in 1997, now runs the Gabriel Company, a Washington, D.C., lobbying firm that has had the government of Morocco as a client since 2002 and has been paid more than $3.7 million by the nation since that point.
Though Gabriel appeared on a list posted to the Clinton campaign website on Wednesday afternoon of all the bundlers that have raised over $100,000, his name is absent from documents filed to the Federal Election Commission listing all the other registered lobbyists that have been fundraising for the campaign.
All contributions bundled by registered lobbyists must be disclosed to the FEC each quarter.
"In the Mailbox: 07.20.14" Now Hillary Clinton Isn’t Even Letting Supporters Talk To The Press
The Clinton campaign is getting even more creepy. Now they are forbidding supporters from speaking to the press. I wonder if that bothers any of her supporters. If not, there’s something really wrong with them.Scratch a democrat and you'll get a glimpse of the totalitarian hidden inside.
“Here’s what struck me,” said Susan Page of USA Today, “when I read the coverage in the Des Moines Register this morning. Jennifer Jacobs, who’s been on your show, was covering this last night. Big demonstrations outside of young people for O’Malley and Hillary Clinton. She went up to the Clinton supporters — these are protesters for Clinton — and they were told they were not allowed to [speak to] a reporter.” . . .
How the Clintons Lost Arkansas
Mike Beebe, a popular former governor who braved the Republican tsunami and was elected as recently as 2010 with 55 percent of the vote, carrying all 75 counties, says the usual things expected of a loyal alum. He says it’s possible for Hillary to lay on the grits and gravy thick enough to win the state.Them country boys may be slow, but they ain't that stupid.
“She has to connect,” he tells the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, the newspaper voice of the state. “Arkansas will vote for you if they feel comfortable with you, believe in you and it can override whatever the flavor of the day may be. And I’m living proof of that.”
All that requires of Hillary is to persuade the good ol’ boys that she isn’t who she is, that she’s not really the queen of avarice, and that her race to the left-most edge of the earth is not really a frantic race to that left-most edge. Who should the voters believe, Hillary or their own eyes and ears?