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Hillary Clinton’s Cayman Islands Tax Hypocrisy

Woman-of-the-People Saint Clinton spent a lot of time in the last debate trying to position herself cheek and jowl with socialist Bernie Sanders in going after the One Percent to defeat economic inequality in America. But like nearly everything else out of the Mouth of Hillary, it was a load of horse hockey, what one newspaper called “her most flagrant fit of hypocrisy yet.”

So with Bernie surging, Hillary took new aim the rich people’s use of tax dodges, particularly the way they can avoid U.S. taxes by off-shoring their money, dumping it into banks in the Caribbean outside of Uncle Sam’s reach.

Hillary told MSNBC that “We can go after some of these schemes… the kind of misclassifying of income, trying to make it look like it’s a capital gain, when it’s really ordinary income, going ahead and routing income through the Bahamas or the Cayman Islands or wherever.”

Well, she should know.

Bloomberg News reported in 2014 on the Clintons’ use of a prime tax dodge, putting their Chappaqua, New York home, the one with that naughty private email server inside, into a “residence trust.” Such trusts can save hundreds of thousands of dollars in estate taxes.

Meanwhile, the Clintons’ family wealth has grown big-time thanks to firms with significant holdings in places like the Caymans.

As The Daily Caller notes, Bill Clinton spent years as a partner in his buddy Ron Burkle’s investment fund, Yucaipa Global, registered in the Cayman Islands. In five years, Bill pocketed at least $10 million.

In 2011, Bill also earned at least $225,000 in speaking fees from Whisky Productions for an “event that will target the business community in Grand Cayman.”

And it’s a family thing: Chelsea Clinton’s hubby, Marc Mezvinsky, is a partner in a hedge fund with multiple holdings incorporated in the Cayman Islands.