Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Mainstream Media Ignores Hillary Clinton Past

As it has been said before here on this site, once elected, politicians beoome a protected class of people. The laws that apply harshly to the rest of us simply don't apply to "them." this occurs no matter the level of government, local, state, or federal where the elected are to serve the interests of the people, not their own self interests.

The media itself in turn protects the "favored." It happens time and time again.

The media had a hand in electing former President Bill Clinton when it didn't do its duty and report his well-known political appointments of women with whom he was involved at the time he was Governor of Arkansas. That info flew under the radar and to this day is ignored.

The same has happened with Hillary Clinton before becoming Senator - nobody has investigated her role in how it happened that the West Wing couple obtained FBI files on numerous persons...


Suppression of a "smoking gun" video which could implicate Hillary Clinton in potential illegal fundraising simply isn't surprising...

Judge confronted with Hillary 'smoking-gun' video
Clinton-appointee previously insisted in court senator not involved in alleged crimes
Posted: October 2, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern

By Art Moore
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

A federal judge who stated in court Sen. Hillary Clinton had nothing to do with the planning and preparation for a scandal-plagued Hollywood fundraiser, received by hand-delivery yesterday a transcript of a videotape that allegedly captures the New York Democrat committing felonies related to the event.

The transcript, along with a letter demanding a hearing, was hand-delivered to Federal Judge A. Howard Matz by Douglas Cogan, a regular contributor to FreeRepublic.com who has followed the case closely and helped produce a documentary.

As WND reported, the tape – held by the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York from 2001 to 2007 – documents a July 2000 phone call that purportedly shows Clinton taking an active role in the production of the fundraiser.

Business mogul Peter Franklin Paul, who has filed a $17 million fraud lawsuit against Sen. Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, contends the senator's participation in soliciting performers and planning for the August 2000 Hollywood fundraiser would make his more than $1.2 million in contributions to the event a direct donation to her Senate campaign rather than to a joint fundraising committee. That would violate federal statutes that limit "hard money" contributions to a candidate to $2,000 per person. Knowingly accepting or soliciting $25,000 or more in a calendar year is a felony carrying a prison sentence of up to five years.

Matz, who was appointed by President Clinton, presided over the 2005 trial of Sen. Clinton's campaign finance director David Rosen who was acquitted of filing false financial reports of the fundraiser.


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