• Bill Clinton Laughs at Foundation Scandal Questions: “I just Work Here, I Don’t Know”

    You’d think that allegations of corruption and favoritism by a former secretary of state and a former president would be met with more seriousness and candor. But honesty and humility is way too much to ask from the Clinton Crime Family.

    During a Clinton Global Initiative event in Marrakesh on Wednesday, Bill Clinton was asked why he isn’t out there fiercely “defending” the Clinton Foundation and allegations of favoritism by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from increased scrutiny.

    “I just work here,” Clinton said with an uncontrollable chuckle. “I don’t know.”

    “I opened the newspaper and I was shocked to see these attacks on the foundation,” said billionaire Mo Ibrahim to Clinton. “I didn’t see anybody from the foundation standing up and really having a go at that. I don’t know what your board members–I know my daughter [a board member], she’s useless. Because you should have stand up and really take issue. What is this money for? What have you done with it? And that’s what people should ask.”

    Indeed in reaction to the dozens of mainstream media reports of undisclosed foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation–a broken promise Hillary Clinton made to President Obama–Bill Clinton chose not to defend his family’s “charitable” outfit, but instead insisted on attacking Peter Schweizer whose book Clinton Cash started the initial reporting that the elite media picked up on.

    “Even the guy that wrote the book apparently had to admit under questioning that we didn’t have a shred of evidence for this, we just thought we would throw it out there and see if it flies,” Clinton said in an interview with CNN. “It won’t fly!”

    This is a new approach for Bill because his first attempt to deflect the foreign donations scandal consuming his wife’s presidential bid, failed miserably.

    Be sure to expect fewer answers and explanations and more smugness and arrogance from the Clinton Camp in the days and weeks to come.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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