In a nightmare scenario where Hillary Clinton is elected President of the United States, Bill Clinton would hold the role of the United States of America’s “First Man.”
Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, who sullied the office of the highest executive in the land by having an affair, then lying about it — and costing the taxpayers $70 million between the shady Whitewater business venture and the Monica Lewinsky scandal — would be back in the White House.
The well-known “I did not have sexual relations with that woman” liar with weak morals and ethics would be in his old stomping grounds once again.
As a sidelight, wife Hillary Clinton, who claims to be a rabid supporter of women’s rights, knew of his escapades, accusations of sexual harassment, and in one instance an accusation of rape, and didn’t say one word about how his immoral actions were an all-out assault on women everywhere.
In continuation of the Clintons’ shadiness, there are now questions regarding the unethical business practices at the Clinton Foundation, and questions continue to surround the source of Bill Clinton’s extravagant speaking fees for fundraising events.
The Clinton Foundation was created to address issues of “global importance,” and it has been used to advance the global warming hoax, control food choice in schools, advance “renewable” (higher cost) energy sources, and other unsavory liberal causes.
It has reportedly also been used to cover Bill Clinton’s legal fees generated by the Whitewater scandal, his proven affair with Monica Lewinsky, and his reported affair with Paula Jones.
In 2006, the Clinton Foundation spent $12.6 million on Bill Clinton’s 60th birthday party, and recorded the cost as “fundraising expenses.”
Questions abound regarding the fact that for years, only one or two of Bill Clinton’s closest friends were allowed to serve on the Board of Directors. Most non-profit organizations have large boards that keep the activities of the organization “honest.” It is a sign of a healthy organization and is considered to be ethical practice.
But not the Clinton Foundation.
As far as the fundraising lecture fees Bill Clinton has collected over the years, a recent review by the Washington Free Beacon found that Hillary Clinton often listed small foreign speaking firms as the source of Bill Clinton’s lecture payments in her Senate and State Department disclosures, even though the actual payment for the lectures came from undisclosed third parties.
Hiding the source of the payments is troubling from a transparency perspective. The Free Beacon found that at least 30 funders for his speeches remain a mystery.
In one case, Bill Clinton spoke to a crowd at a Hilton Hotel in London in 2009 for a whopping $290,000 speaking fee. Hillary Clinton listed “World Management Limited” as the company responsible for payment of the fee in her federal financial filings.
However, it was discovered that the fee was paid by a wealthy British businessman named Robert Whitton — a name not found in the Clintons’ public disclosure forms.
These examples of unethical business practices and shady dealings don’t even scratch the surface.
In the nightmare with Hillary Clinton as President and Bill Clinton as the “First Man” of the United States, there would surely be many more ethical and moral violations.
The U.S. would do well to have an honorable gentlemen as its “First Man.”
And Bill Clinton doesn’t fit the bill.