Take it away Ace; after this I have nothing left to add except disgust:Clinton Political Advisor Sydney Blumenthal Has Been Paid by the Clinton Foundation for Years; "Advised" Hillary on Libya at Same Time He Was Seeking Business Opportunities There
I keep calling the Clinton Foundation the "Foundation for Clintons" because that's clearly what it is.The Clintons are to politics as the Gambinos are to business. And Sid Blumenthal is a button man.
Not only does the Foundation pay for the Clintons' travel, not only does it create shopportunities for foreign governments to pay the Clintons $500,000 a speech for Administrative action, but the Foundation for Clintons also serves to keep the Clintons' key political people paidbetween Clinton presidencies.
Otherwise these people would have to find real jobs besides plumping Hillary for President.
Well, Sydney Blumenthal turns out to be an employee of this fraudulent charity. Blumenthal's previous charitable works consist of spreading the slander that Monica Lewinsky was a delusional stalker to the press.
What the hell is this slimy monster doing working for a "charity"?
Supposedly he's guiding them on "messaging." That is a Political concept, not a charitable one.
The Foundation for Clintons is NOT a charity. It is a criminal political enterprise that does some charity as window dressing to conceal the grubby, selfish motives of the organization.*
And we're finally seeing some news breaking on that.
. . .
Mr. Gowdy's chief interest, according to people briefed on the inquiry, is a series of memos that Mr. Blumenthal -- who was not an employee of the State Department -- wrote to Mrs. Clinton about events unfolding in Libya before and after the death of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi. According to emails obtained by The New York Times, Mrs. Clinton, who was secretary of state at the time, took Mr. Blumenthal's advice seriously, forwarding his memos to senior diplomatic officials in Libya and Washington and at times asking them to respond. Mrs. Clinton continued to pass around his memos even after other senior diplomats concluded that Mr. Blumenthal's assessments were often unreliable.
But an examination by The New York Times suggests that Mr. Blumenthal's involvement was more wide-ranging and more complicated than previously known, embodying the blurry lines between business, politics and philanthropy that have enriched and vexed the Clintons and their inner circle for years.
While advising Mrs. Clinton on Libya, Mr. Blumenthal, who had been barred from a State Department job by aides to President Obama, was also employed by her family’s philanthropy, the Clinton Foundation, to help with research, "message guidance" and planning of commemorative events, according to foundation officials. During the same period, he also worked on and off as a paid consultant to Media Matters and American Bridge, organizations that helped lay the groundwork for Mrs. Clinton's 2016 campaign.
Much of the Libya intelligence that Mr. Blumenthal passed on to Mrs. Clinton appears to have come from a group of business associates he was advising as they sought to win contracts from the Libyan transitional government. The venture, which was ultimately unsuccessful, involved other Clinton friends, a private military contractor and one former C.I.A. spy seeking to get in on the ground floor of the new Libyan economy.