Clinton big money donor wanted for theft:
A Democratic fundraiser who has raised $1 million for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says he has done nothing wrong and has asked no favors in return, but Norman Hsu didnâ€™t mention that heâ€™s a wanted man .A California prosecutor says Hsu pleaded no contest to grand theft, was sentenced to three years in prison and then disappeared, The Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday.
â€œHe is a fugitive,â€ Ronald Smetana, who handled the case for the state attorney general, said in an interview with the newspaper. â€œDo you know where he is?â€
Hsu, an apparel executive who made his first-ever political contribution â€” to John Kerry â€” in 2004, is listed as one of the top 20 Democratic fundraisers in the country and is one of Clintonâ€™s â€œHillRaisersâ€ â€” people who rustle up at least $100,000 for Clintonâ€™s campaign, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Hillraiser? I donâ€™t wanna know.
This comes as no surprise. Hillary will do anything and go to any length to get into office. Those who would argue with me on that point would be directed at the facts. NOT POLITICAL PROPAGANDA, but FACT:
1. Hillary purchased real estate in a state in which she had never resided in order to run for office against non threat candidates. This was a very premeditated move.
2. Hillary purposefully overlooked Bill Clintonâ€™s indiscretions in order to pursue her own career in politics. Had she not, the emotional side of her would have been revealed thus, ruining her chances of running for any office.This was also a premeditated move.
3. August 11, 1999, Bill Clinton commuted the sentences of 16 members of FALN, a violent Puerto Rican nationalist group that set off 120 bombs in the United States mostly in New York City and Chicago, convicted for conspiracies to commit robbery, bomb-making, and sedition, as well as for firearms and explosives violations. The commutation was opposed by U.S. Attorneyâ€™s Office, the FBI, and the Federal Bureau of Prisons and criticized by many including former victims of FALN terrorist activities, the Fraternal Order of Police, members of Congress, and Hillary Clinton in her campaign for Senator.Congress condemned the action, with a vote of 95-2 in the Senate and 311-41 in the House. The U.S. House Committee on Government Reform held an investigation on the matter, but the Justice Department prevented FBI officials from testifying.President Clinton cited executive privilege for his refusal to turn over some documents to Congress related to his decision to offer clemency to members of the FALN terrorist group. This was also a calculated move as it gave Hillary a lot of votes in her bid for the Senate seat she now occupies thanks to the votes of greatful Puerto Rican voters in New York, whom hold a significant percentage of the stateâ€™s population.
4. Hillary has the support of communist leader Fidel Castro.
5. July 20, 1993: Deputy White House counsel and Hillary Clintonâ€™s former law partner Foster commits suicide by shooting himself with an old handgun on a grassy hillside in Washingtonâ€™s Fort Marcy Park.
6. James B. (Jim) McDougal; (August 25, 1940 â€“ March 8, 1998), a native of White County, Arkansas, and his wife, Susan McDougal were financial partners with Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton in the real estate venture that led to the Whitewater political scandal of the 1990s. Starting in 1982, McDougal operated Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan.
He joined with his wife, from whom he was later divorced, and the Clintons to borrow $203,000 to buy land in the Ozark Mountains for vacation homes. When the development failed, he attempted to cover the losses with S&L funds. McDougal was prosecuted for fraud in 1984 and hired the Mrs. Clintonâ€™s Rose Law Firm to defend him. Questions remain in regard to Mrs. Clintonâ€™s Rose Law Firm billing records on Madison Guaranty and how much work she actually did. McDougal also held a fundraiser that paid off Clintonâ€™s then campaign debt of $50,000. Madison cashierâ€™s checks accounted for $12,000 of the funds raised.
McDougal died of a heart attack in federal prison in Fort Worth, Texas. The circumstances of his death remain questionable: he was apparently denied access to his heart medication, and he was placed in solitary confinement without the medication.
7. Susan McDougal served 18 months jail time for refusing to testify about Hillaryâ€™s role in the â€œWhitewaterâ€ Scandal
Like we didnâ€™t already know what millions of Americans seem to want to ignore?
Hillary is a crook.
But hey, there just seems to be determination by Democrats to ignore the facts, they would much rather believe the liberal media which produces nothing more than political propaganda to begin with.
Update by Nate
Here’s some video to cap it off:
I love the way Alan tries to give Hillary the benefit of the doubt. The same was not true for any Republican connected to Jack Abramoff.