Alana Goodman in the Daily Mail reports that Hillary Clinton headlined a 2015 fundraiser for a group called Common Good VA that brought in $1 million shortly before the political committee bankrolled a Virginia state Senate candidate who is married to the FBI agent who oversaw of the Clinton email investigation.
In addition, Common Good VA received big donations from Clinton loyalists including then-Clinton Foundation operative Doug Band who wrote a personal check of $50,000.
The story adds important new details to the original October 24 report in the Wall Street Journal that Common Good VA headed by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe was the largest single donor the unsuccessful 2015 campaign of Dr. Jill McCabe, wife of Andrew McCabe, now FBI deputy director.
From the Daily Mail:
The National Legal and Policy Center, a Virginia-based government watchdog group, said the financial
In the Observer, investigative reporter Ken Silverstein details how a prominent Hillary Clinton fund raiser named Freddy Balsera was partners in a company called Global Development Consultants with an Argentine named Carlos Molinari, who is a key figure in a scandal involving Cristina Kirchner, the former president of Argentina. While president, Kirchner received tens of millions in kickbacks on government contracts and moved the cash out of the country. Prosecutors believe that much of the loot ended up in Florida.
From the article:
Curiously, in May 2011 Global Development Consultants and another firm formed an LLC called Stambul Ventures to manage the luxury Langford Hotel in downtown Miami. Molinari’s divorce records, which included a list of his assets, and Florida corporate records show that he had an interest in the property as well.
The Langford’s developers raised millions — 35 percent of the total costs — through
When conservative talk radio personality Dennis Prager launched an
educational video project in 2009 that was named for him, he probably couldn’t have imagined that the widely utilized delivery platform he employed – YouTube – would be the biggest hindrance to reaching his audience.
But in 2016 we are in a hotly contested election year, and the parent company of the popular and diverse service is deeply embedded in the Clinton campaign. That may or may not be why some of the increasingly popular videos produced by Prager University have been restricted by the subsidiary of unabashedly liberal-leaning Google. But if it isn’t, the obstruction is at minimum a byproduct of the intolerant Left’s incessant wailing against anything that touches race relations, gender, homosexuality, abortion, religious absolutes, or Islam.
Not surprisingly, reports of the discrimination against PragerU have only been reported in conservative-leaning media such as …