Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Clinton Foundation Donors And Their Sweetheart Weapons Deals

Kickbacks can be expensive – but this was a big deal.

After the Clinton Foundation received more than $10 million from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and more than $900,000 from Boeing, Hillary’s State Department formally approved the sale of  $29 billion worth of advanced fighter jets to the oppressive – but very generous nation.

The International Business Times is reporting it was a deal opposed by the Israelis and went against documented concerns the State Department had about Saudi Arabia’s rampant human rights violations.

But this was important. Very important. A “top priority” for Clinton – personally. And you could certainly understand why.

But that’s not an isolated case, the Times reports:

 Under Clinton’s leadership, the State Department approved $165 billion worth of commercial arms sales to 20 nations whose governments have given money to the Clinton Foundation, according to an IBTimes analysis of State Department and foundation data. That figure — derived from the three full fiscal years of Clinton’s term as Secretary of State (from October 2010 to September 2012) — represented nearly double the value of American arms sales made to the those countries and approved by the State Department during the same period of President George W. Bush’s second term.

The Clinton-led State Department also authorized $151 billion of separate Pentagon-brokered deals for 16 of the countries that donated to the Clinton Foundation, resulting in a 143 percent increase in completed sales to those nations over the same time frame during the Bush administration. These extra sales were part of a broad increase in American military exports that accompanied Obama’s arrival in the White House.

All in all, foreign nations and multinational corporations donated between $54 million and $141 million to the Clinton Foundation and hundreds of thousands of dollars directly to the Clintons themselves.

Not a smoking gun yet? How’s this:

“Countries that donated to the Clinton Foundation saw a combined $75 billion increase in authorized commercial military sales under the three full fiscal years Clinton served, as compared to the first three full fiscal years of Bush’s second term.”

There’s more:

In its 2010 Human Rights Report, Clinton’s State Department inveighed against Algeria’s government for imposing “restrictions on freedom of assembly and association” tolerating “arbitrary killing,” “widespread corruption,” and a “lack of judicial independence.” The report said the Algerian government “used security grounds to constrain freedom of expression and movement.”

That year, the Algerian government donated $500,000 to the Clinton Foundation and its lobbyists met with the State Department officials who oversee enforcement of human rights policies. Clinton’s State Department the next year approved a one-year 70 percent increase in military export authorizations to the country. The increase included authorizations of almost 50,000 items classified as “toxicological agents, including chemical agents, biological agents and associated equipment” after the State Department did not authorize the export of any of such items to Algeria in the prior year.

During Clinton’s tenure, the State Department authorized at least $2.4 billion of direct military hardware and services sales to Algeria — nearly triple such authorizations over the last full fiscal years during the Bush administration. The Clinton Foundation did not disclose Algeria’s donation until this year — a violation of the ethics agreement it entered into with the Obama administration.

The article – all 3,000 words – goes on and on detailing legal and ethical violations by Clinton’s State Department.

Is anybody paying attention?