Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

New Emails Show Blurred Lines Between State Dept, Clinton Foundation

If you are Hillary, the rules don’t apply.

And when she is president, expect the lines among the White House, the Clinton family and the Clinton Foundation to be as blurry as those when Hillary was secretary of state.

As they say in the movies, “follow the money,” advice very applicable to understanding the Clinton kleptocracy.

Judicial Watch just released documents showing staffers to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton interacting with the Clinton Foundation. The internal State Department documents show Clinton’s aides helping orchestrate her public thanks to organizations that had made a commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative.

Doing this from the public platform of a high government office, and using taxpayer-paid staff to do it, is wrong, if not illegal. Hillary in fact claimed to have resigned and separated herself from the Foundation as part of her backroom deal with Obama to get the secstate job in the first place in return for throwing the 2008 election to him.

Judicial Watch on Tuesday said it had obtained 276 pages of documents from State as a result of a federal court order. An August 2009 email chain shows Clinton’s staff at the State Department communicating with Clinton Foundation staff on how she could thank their supporters in speeches she would be making as secretary.

“It would be helpful to have a list of commitments so she can reference more than just those around her speech,” wrote Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s then-chief of staff at State, in a message to Amitabh Desai, then the Clinton Foundation’s director of foreign policy.

The email chain additionally included Clinton’s former chief of staff, Huma Abedin, then-deputy chief of staff for Policy at State, Jake Sullivan at State, and Caitlin Klevorick, a former Foundation employee who became senior adviser to the counselor and chief of staff to the secretary of State.

The Clinton Foundation has been facing heightened scrutiny. The State Department’s Office of Inspector General reportedly issued a subpoena to the Clinton Foundation as part of an investigation into projects that may have required federal approval while she was secretary.

In a statement, Judicial Watch said “Secretary of State Hillary Clinton worked hand in glove with the Clinton Foundation on fundraising and foreign policy. Despite the law and her promises to the contrary, Hillary Clinton turned the State Department into the D.C. office of the Clinton Foundation.”

On to the White House!