New emails show Huma scheming for Hillary

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Via NY Post: Another 296 pages of Hillary Clinton’s emails were released Tuesday — exposing key Clinton aides doing favors for billionaires and, on one occasion, leaving the then-secretary of state’s daily schedule in an unlocked hotel room.
The documents were released by Judicial Watch, which is suing to recover Clinton’s emails under Freedom of Information Act laws.

Cheryl Mills behind her "cute" boss.

Cheryl Mills behind her “cute” boss.


In an April 2009 email to Clinton’s State Department aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, President Clinton’s former body man, Doug Band, the founder of corporate consultant Teneo, urgently asked them to set up a meeting with an ambassador for a major donor to the Clinton Foundation.
“We need Gilbert Chagoury to speak to the substance person re lebanon. As you know, he’s key guy there and to us and is loved in lebanon.” “Its jeff feltman,” Abedin wrote back, referring to Ambassador Jeffrey Feltman, America’s former top diplomat to Lebanon. “I’m sure he knows him[.] Ill talk to jeff.”
Less than 20 minutes later, Band replied, “Better if you call him. Now preferrable. This is very important.” Chagoury is a Lebanese-Nigerian billionaire and a Clinton Foundation donor, giving somewhere between $1 million and $5 million.
The construction magnate has financial interests around the world and was convicted in Switzerland in 2000 for money laundering. He paid $66 million in a plea deal.
The emails also show Clinton’s closest aide, Abedin, left her boss’s daily schedule in an unlocked hotel room in Trinidad and Tobago, where the secretary of state was attending a conference.
“Hi Huma,” aide Melissa Lan wrote in an email to Abedin. “Would it be possible to get one of the Secretary’s day book binders back for tomorrow’s product?”
Abedin replied, “Yes its [sic] on the bed in my room. U can take it. My door is open. I’m in lobby. Thx.”
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said in a statement: “No wonder Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin hid emails from the American people, the courts and Congress. … They show the Clinton Foundation, Clinton donors, and operatives worked with Hillary Clinton in potential violation of the law.”
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Hey, it’s not corruption when Democrats do it…

Dr. Eowyn
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Such cavalier carelessness and recklessness! Imagine what a President Hillary and her aides would do with the nuclear “football” and Gold code that authorizes a nuclear attack.

truckjunkie
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And THEY have the balls to question TRUMP’S behavior??

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Lophatt
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Well sure. It all makes perfect sense when one realizes that she is running a “pay-to-play” scam using her “foundation” as a secret bank. It’s a full-service institution. You can launder your dirty money, provided you make a suitable “contribution”, and the Secretary of State arranges for whatever you need. No money is sent directly to her office. It goes into the fund. Her and Bill have been using this scam since the Arkansas days. Government, or “office” is just a commodity for them to sell. The sick thing is that they all do it, the Clintons are just more… Read more »

stlonginus
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This sorta kinda shows the connection between those who call themselves par of the mishpocheh and part of the ‘aa’ila.
They seem to work for the same people.

Steven Broiles
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A Changing of the Guard is about to occur, but the players here, all fronting for Ruling Elites unseen, are getting desperate. Which is it? Is it just Hillary and her foundation? Or is a good chunk of Washington in on her foundation? Who’s blackmailing whom?
Let’s hope Julian Assange spills everything he knows, in time.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Well, that’s the “beauty” of it. The longer it goes on, the more they reel in. Pretty soon all of them are beholden to their private BCCI operation. Anyone who needs government action of any kind must pay the bribe price. All of their filthy lucre is under Clinton control. Who’re they gonna call? Recynd’s video with Stephen Molyneaux and the lawyer says it all. He isn’t nearly critical enough. He is still at that stage where he thinks “I’ll just tell someone about this and it’ll get sorted out”. No it won’t. He could get seriously dead doing that.… Read more »

Recynd77
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Yes, you’re totally right about the lawyer guy: he still thinks there’s no nefarious intent. Molyneux is the same, most of the time: too Polyanna-ish for this old girl.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Yeah, I’m afraid you’re right. I suppose I should be more “upbeat”, but it would just be a lie. I think I’d have to be insane to believe some of these problems were fixable. I like your videos, I do admit that Molyneaux is fun to watch but strangely irritating at the same time. Is he South African? He’s “pleasant” but you’re right, he’s “polyanna-ish”. One thing in the video that struck me was the lawyer’s belief that the Clintons were “homeless”. Think about that. Besides the illegal money (which must be HUGE), he makes an “honest” $500K/yr. In addition,… Read more »

Recynd77
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I watch a lot of Molyneux’s videos, but I always listen with a skeptical ear. He won’t entertain “conspiracy theories”, even the clearly obvious ones. His “The Truth About” videos never stray from the official narrative, and usually come out too quick to have any real substance to them. And I can’t help but wonder where his adoration for Trump has come from. It feels a lot like hero-worship to me. And he clearly loves the sound of his own voice. All that aside, he’s entertaining, and I get value from much of his content. I like his presentations about… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Oh yeah. He’s “interesting”. He’d make a good host for a program. If one just watches for entertainment I suppose its refreshing to see someone with manners. I couldn’t place the accent. I spent time in England and I couldn’t place it there. I’ve known a few South Africans (not quite right). So……I was guessing. We’re on the same page. I wouldn’t want a steady diet of him and I don’t think anyone would discover anything earth-shattering. That’s one of the problems with “knowing too much”. You can listen to someone and start to appreciate them, then they say something… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Oh, I just remembered that I wanted to tell you something about your comments on Josephus and Moses. The Moses story comes from another, older one that I believe is Persian. I’m too lazy to look it up right now but, if I remember, I’ll do it later. Anyway, the story is virtually identical, including being educated at court, etc.. Having said that, I very much enjoy Josephus. He was writing what he knew or had access to. Mostly his material came from interviews with people. The point being, both that and Scripture can be informative, entertaining and useful so… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Hmmmmm, “Scheming Huma”. There’s a song in there somewhere.
https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=bela+fleck+arjuna&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
Maybe this is it.

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Lophatt
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She looks good in orange.