I came to the conclusion that the Clinton Fundation is actually the lynch pin of or to Hillary being president. It is critical to the effort of her candidacy. It is integral to it.
Now you can file this under conspiracy theories, but with Clintons it is a lot more about conspiracies and much less about theory — as they have proven over the years. Yet it is good cover for them to blame conspiracy theorists, when they are the conspiracists.
What I mean is that if you listen to all the cries to shut the Foundation down, not just stop Bill’s speeches and taking foriegn money, it becomes a serious issue should Hillary become president. So in the Clinton’s greedy world, I don’t know which one is really more important, the Foundation or the White House? It’s the chicken or egg dilemma.
I believe is they are both necessary, together, to the Clintons because one compliments and depends on the other. I’d say you need both, for both to run according to the plans for each. But that really makes the Foundation the critical one.
So a presidency without the Foundation in operation just does not have the same impact, does it? And the the Foundation without getting her the presidency just does not have the same attraction for all those influences and donors. So that’s where I’m at. You may get to different conclusion than me, and I could be wrong.
Should she lose, the Foundation goes on in the same way it does now, though deflated to what it would be with a Clinton presidency. There would be no restrictions on money or speeches or whatever — the corruption that they’ve been involved in. But if she has the Presidency, it ups the attraction of money and influence of the Foundation. (cha-ching) Perhaps I’m making too much of the money and influence? I don’t think so. The puzzle pieces are there but we aren’t supposed to put them together.
My determination, then, is that they optimally need both to make it all work and really be lucrative. That’s the incentive. I mean it is not about the paltry salary or just prestige of the presidency. Its more about the influence of the Foundation — or their ends.
What is supposed to be a charity is really more about the self-interests of the Clintons — a vehicle rather than an avenue to help people. The presidency then could be so much tied to the interest of the Foundation that basically without the Fundation, having the presidency is almost pointless. She needs both. With it, they get the benefit of both worlds and everyone wins, in their corrupt minds.
And this is why, as the voices call for the Foundation to be shut down, Clinton loyalists get so defensive about it. James Carville says “if they shut it down, people are going to die!” And that talking point is repeated by them all — it’s life or death. The last thing they want is to shut the Fundation down — for many reasons we don’t have to list.
A shut down constitutes a sacrifice to the Clintons in order to get the presidency. They don’t sacrifice for anything or anyone. Others sacrifice for the Clintons, that’s how it works. There will be a bloody feud if they are forced to shut it down. They will fight for it.
Of course, they could always find alternative routes for their influence game. But that takes time to set up, an added burden to Clinton loyalists. Better to keep the racket they have.
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