Susan Rice’s road to fortune

I would like to know why Susan Rice hasn’t been unmasked the same way she did others, like was done to Michael Flynn? Where was all the vetting information on Rice?

She was famous as the go to liar for hire under Obama, a job that paid political dividends but the salary wasn’t close to 7 figures. How come more attention hasn’t been on her, I mean aside from scandals she was instrumental in?

So how did she go from a nest egg of 20 million to 50 million in 5 years? Inquiring minds would like to know. Measly government and a UN diplomat salary doesn’t pay that well. Great work if you can get it, eh?

Rice only spent a couple years in middle management in the private sector. Other than that she’s been “all in” in politics and government — or public service as they like to call it.

So make 30 million in around five years? I thought only Clintons could do that.

See unmasking on Kevin Jackson’s The Black Sphere

7 comments on “Susan Rice’s road to fortune

  1. Peppermint says:

    Rice sure is on the money train, most likely a corrupt one. What boils me is this kind of stuff never comes out on the lack luster media.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bullright says:

      It’s so well concealed isn’t it. I mean if you bring it up they say “what…..what are you talking about. I don’t understand what you mean.” [in that whiny voice]


  2. Hardnox says:

    Froggy, you’re such a racist! Always trying to keep black peoples down. Where’s Cracka Trump’s tax returns?

    Seriously… $30 million?????????? WTF! 30 mil buys a lot of loyalty and especially silence. It sure would be nice if we actually had a press.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bullright says:

      I can’t help myself. You know its only cause she’s black. Hell, I wouldn’t care if she was white. LOL But does she really have to act the racist part?

      We could use some of that first amendment all over her,,, I digress. (up close and personal)


  3. Bullright says:

    Maybe she could do a book:
    “How I made 6 million a year as Liar for Hire”

    Sequel: “How I avoided any consequences.”


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