Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Clinton.com and Ring of Doom

Best comment ever on Guccifer, the Romanian Hacker who bragged of reading Hillary's emails at breakfast. Via Wombat-socho's "In The Mailbox: 04.11.16"

The ring-bearer approaches Mt. Doom and the foundations of HillaryWorld tremble.
Democrats use Benghazi like it’s a four-letter word. I’d like to remind them it’s actually a place where four Americans died.
Former White House Staffer Spills The Beans On The ‘Paranoid’ Clintons But isn't that defaming real paranoids?

Running a crime syndicate has it costs. Are Hillary's big speaking fees being used to help fund her campaign?
A Yahoo News review of Clinton’s campaign disclosure reports finds that in the weeks after launching her bid for the presidency in April 2015, the former secretary of state paid $278,821 to her campaign to cover so-called testing the waters expenses. These included consulting and legal fees, travel bills and salaries for top staffers like personal aide Huma Abedin and deputy political director Brynne Craig that were incurred during the early months of last year, when Clinton was officially weighing whether to run for president.
And speaking of money: Five Clinton shell companies established in Delaware. Shell companies do have legitimate uses but. . .
According to the tax filings reported on Monday, the former secretary of state established ZFS Holdings, LLC, at the Wilmington address to process $5.5 million from her book publisher, Simon & Schuster, one week after she left the department 2013. Former president Bill Clinton established WJC, LLC to receive consulting fees in 2008.

The charitable Clinton Foundation established companies at the address in each of 2009, 2010, and 2013. Those are the Accesso Fund, LLC, the Haiti Development Fund, LLC, and the Accesso Worldwide Fund, Inc.

Delaware is commonly used as a tax haven within the United States for several reasons. Chief among them are the ease of establishing legal corporations in the state and the anonymity of incorporation permitted by the state's tax laws. As a result, the 900,000 person state has the most corporations per person of any in the country.
Clinton, De Blasio make awkward racial joke at NY dinner
The laugh-fest started with Clinton thanking De Blasio for his belated endorsement, “I just have to say…thanks for the endorsement, Bill. Took you long enough.” This was a reference to De Blasio’s belated October endorsement.

In response to Clinton and the laughter from the crowd, DeBlasio said, “Sorry Hillary, I was running on C-P time.” That’s a reference to “colored people’s time” a stereotype that suggests black people are always late.

Leslie Odom Jr., an actor from Hamilton, responded to DeBlasio with a setup line, “I don’t like jokes like that, Bill.” Finally the payoff of this awkward skit came from Clinton. She turned to Odom and said, “Cautions politician time.”

Was anyone at the dinner really offended by the “CPT” joke? Probably not. In a relatively sane world that would be all that matters. But let’s face it, no Republican presidential candidate who dared to perform a skit based on a racial stereotype about black people would be allowed to live it down. If Trump or Cruz had tried this, CNN would run the clip on a loop and either Don Lemon or Anderson Cooper would be asking in very serious tones if such humor was still appropriate in 2016. The media’s rules, as ever, are just different for Democrats.
Michelle Obama refused to invite Hillary and Bill Clinton to dinner, wanted Joe Biden to run and can't wait to leave the White House to make money on book deals and speaking fees. I can't wait to see her leave either. As for not wanting to eat with the molester and the enabler, I can see that, too.

Wishing this were literal instead of figurative: Clinton and Sanders trade low blows

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