There’s always been something rather slimy about Hillary Clinton and her ability to weasel her way out of any trouble (even if she was responsible for the deaths of four Americans). The same can be said of the most recent instance after one fundraising company for her, “Hillary for President,” was found to have accepted illegal campaign donation.
Of course, as all the other occurrences that implicate the corrupt politician, she has yet again managed to sustain her plausible deniability. It really doesn’t matter who you are, usually those who are found guilty of criminal wrongdoing for the purpose of someone else, usually was on the radar of that person.
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It seems highly unlikely that a man would go out of his way to illegally donate thousands of dollars on account of someone else, and expect nothing – not even acknowledgement – from the person they are working so hard to support.
Apparently this isn’t what Hillary and her clan of hooligans would have you believe as Sant Singh Chatwal, chairman of Hampshire Hotels Management, has recently been found guilty of just that. Going out of his way to obtain willing participants to be used as straw donors for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential run, Chatwal has since been arrested.
According to reports, Catwal used recruited donors that would use their own money in order to pad Hillary’s campaign fund and would then reimburse those donors, with a little bit extra. As reported by the Financial Times, “He raised at least $100,000 for Hillary Clinton in her 2008 presidential campaign against Barack Obama.”
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Hillary’s grubby little mits however are remarkably clean as the article goes on to state, “The justice department did not comment on whether Mrs. Clinton was one of the three candidates, but it said there was no allegation that candidates took part in or were aware of Mr. Chatwal’s scheme.”
As the limits per donor were capped at “$2,300 in 2008 and $2,400 in 2010,” contributors that were more ambitious in nature were forced to find other ways of slipping the weasel money. According to the Associated Press, Chatwal was able to secure straw donors to contribute some $69,000 under the cover of an associate’s bill.
Chatwal even went so far as to coach his donors in case they were ever approached by the authorities. The AP reports, “In a conversation recorded in 2012, Chatwal instructed the associate that if he were asked if Chatwal gave him the money back, he should respond, ‘Never.’”
In an attempt to persuade those who were reluctant at first, he played on ego and potential future success noting, “Without the contributions “nobody will even talk to you,” Chatwal said. “That’s the only way to buy them, get into the system.”
No surprise there, but what do you think – did Hillary know what was going on? Let us know your opinion by leaving a comment below.