COMPROMISED and the Clinton Foundation Pay-To-Play Model Now Under Investigation


Clinton Foundation ‘Pay to Play’ Model Under Investigation [Infographic]


Excerpt from COMPROMISED:

“The memorandum of understanding went on to detail a “set of protocols” to mitigate and indeed absolve Clinton of any conflicts, or even the appearance of conflicts. However, the MOU was simply a formality—a means to an end. Over time, Clinton repeatedly violated the spirit and terms of the agreement, primarily by concealing payments. The Clinton–Obama MOU should have been invalidated from the start. Two parties cannot agree to disregard laws like the conflict of interest and bribery statutes delineated in Title 18 of the U.S. criminal code. Signing such a document is unseemly at best and a political liability at worst.146 Furthermore, an MOU may not even be legally binding nor enforceable. This means that the Clinton–Obama MOU was basically a “gentleman’s” agreement—largely toothless.147

That may be the reason why President Obama never signed the document. Rather, Obama’s top advisor, Valerie Jarrett, signed the document in her capacity as co-chair of the transition team—a private, tax-exempt entity, or 501(c) (4). Another co-chair of the transition team was none other than Clinton-fixer John Podesta. Inexplicably, the MOU not only continues to protect Clinton from conflict of interest and bribery allegations to this day, but it has also allowed the Clintons to collect untold billions of dollars in speech payments and donations to their foundation. The MOU is at the heart of the Uranium One scandal, as it was repeatedly violated due to the concealment of foreign donors like Uranium One’s chairman Ian Telfer and others implicated in the deal. The fact that concealed Clinton donations were only disclosed years later (and only after they were discovered independently) demonstrates the MOU was essentially toothless. This is especially true given the fact there are over 1,000 undisclosed Clinton-affiliated donors.

Laura Ingraham Show Guest Host John Hinderaker Discusses “Dynamite New Book”– COMPROMISED

Bruner: “Mueller was only making $400,000– and I say only but that’s a lot of money to most Americans– before he became FBI Director. According to his most recent financial disclosure he made over $3.5 million in about a year. That’s a lot of money and a big increase.”

Host: “This is really interesting. I practiced law for many years and [Mueller’s] $400,000 is the kind of income a good lawyer can make. You can make that honestly practicing law.  These multi-million dollar incomes, you don’t get that for practicing law. You get that for having connections. You get that for being a fixer.”

The List: 25 Top FBI, DOJ Officials Who Have Been Recently Fired, Demoted, or Resigned

Screen Shot 2018-08-22 at 1.48.06 AM“FBI agent Peter Strzok was finally fired Aug. 10 after more than a year of intrigue surrounding his bias against President Donald Trump.

He joins more than two dozen other top FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) officials who have been fired, demoted, or resigned in the wake of investigations of the 2016 presidential election—in yet another confirmation that the DOJ/FBI swamp is being drained…”

Here is the full list, with sources:

FBI Departures:

  1. James Comey, director (fired)
  2. Andrew McCabe, deputy director (fired)
  3. Peter Strzok, counterintelligence expert (fired)
  4. Lisa Page, attorney (demoted; resigned)
  5. James Rybicki, chief of staff (resigned)
  6. James Baker, general counsel (resigned)
  7. Mike Kortan, assistant director for public affairs (resigned)
  8. Josh Campbell, special assistant to James Comey (resigned)
  9. James Turgal, executive assistant director (resigned)
  10. Greg Bower, assistant director for office of congressional affairs (resigned)
  11. Michael Steinbach, executive assistant director (resigned)
  12. John Giacalone, executive assistant director (resigned)

DOJ Departures:

  1. Sally Yates, deputy attorney general (fired)
  2. Bruce Ohr, associate deputy attorney general (twice demoted)
  3. David Laufman, counterintelligence chief (resigned)
  4. Rachel Brand, deputy attorney general (resigned)
  5. Trisha Beth Anderson, office of legal counsel for FBI (demoted or reassigned*)
  6. John P. Carlin, assistant attorney general (resigned)
  7. Peter Kadzik, assistant attorney general, congressional liaison (resigned)
  8. Mary McCord, acting assistant attorney general (resigned)
  9. Matthew Axelrod, principal assistant to deputy attorney general (resigned)
  10. Preet Bharara, U.S. attorney, SDNY (fired along with 45 other U.S. Attorneys)
  11. Sharon McGowan, civil rights division (resigned)
  12. Diana Flynn, litigation director for LGBTQ civil rights (resigned)
  13. Vanita Gupta, civil rights division (resigned)
  14. Joel McElvain, assistant branch director of the civil division (resigned)

*Status Unclear

To Read the Full Op-Ed by COMPROMISED Author Seamus Bruner, Click Here.