When Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, the money flowing into the coffers of the Clinton Foundation seemed to dissipate. Nations that had contributed mightily to the Hildebeasts pay to play scheme just were not going to waste any more money.
What was also dropped at the time, was any serious inquiry as to how much various countries did pay to play? Now that a rather unusual confluence of “scandals” has popped up with the Democrats accusing President Donald Trump of impeachable offenses during a phone call with the president of Ukraine, it isn’t just Joe Biden and his son Hunter who are on the hot seat for dealings with the eastern European nation.
Looks like they tried to keep this hidden, didn't they?
— Wayne Dupree 🎙🎥 (@WayneDupreeShow) October 4, 2019
Going back to 2016, and the John Podesta emails that were all the rage at the time, it looks like there was additional information there that has been ignored.
The latest release shows more Clinton Foundation pay-to-play arrangements, but not with Morocco kings or Saudi princes, but with a Ukraine oligarch.
In an email from President Clinton’s Director of Foreign Policy, Amitabh Desai, to Hillary Clinton’s inner circle (including Huma Abedin and John Podesta), we see the Clinton Foundation’s biggest donor, billionaire Victor Pinchuk, push Hillary Clinton staff to either set up a “private” meeting with Bill Clinton (aka WJC), or “bring together a few western leaders to show support for Ukraine”…with WJC present at the event to show his commitment to “the county [sic] and for him [Victor Pinchuk].”
We are betting that Pinchuk was planning on leveraging Bill Clinton’s presence to display that the future President (via her husband) was fully behind the oligarch and his faltering plan to pivot west.
The email exchange paints a picture of a Ukraine oligarch “relentlessly following up” to expose his connection to the Clinton family, given that (as Desai wrote) Pinchuk “is under Putin’s heel right now, feeling a great degree of pressure and pain for his many years of nurturing stronger ties with the West.”
It’s important to note that Pinchuk was a big supporter of the Maidan coup…a foreign policy debacle that Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland (another Hillary Clinton state department protege) helped spearhead.
From 2009 up to 2013 (the year the Ukrainian coup erupted), the Clinton Foundation received at least $8.6 million from the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, which is headquartered in Kiev.
Oops. We were supposed to forget about this.
No such luck. DC Clothesline did a deep dive and came up with just who was bribing, uh, contributing to the Clinton Foundation:
And now, the Bidens and even the Pelosis are having to explain themselves and their Ukrainian dealings.
Wow, what a show. Can’t wait for the next plot twist.