Clinton Foundation proved to be a pay to play network for Hillary as hacker drops bombshell report

On Oct. 4, Julian Assange and Wikileaks was expected to drop a bombshell that was rumored to be so dire it would ‘end’ Hillary Clinton’s run for the Presidency.  Yet while Assange appeared to backtrack earlier today by disclosing pretty much nothing in his worldwide broadcast, another hacker known as Guccifer 2.0 provided all the ammunition needed to validate that Hillary Clinton, and her family Foundation, is little more than a slush fund to pay off politicians for Congressional votes, as well as what one folder in the database reveals is a Pay to Play mechanism.

For months now people have heard just a little but of the inner workings of the Clinton Foundation, and its use to receive donations from both sovereign governments, and business moguls to buy favors from Hillary while she was in the office of Secretary of State.  But few believed that the foundation was truly a tax free slush fund that as of today was proved to have been the conduit for payoffs and perhaps even direct payments from taxpayer funds (TARP) to Congressmen like Barney Frank for their vote to bail out the banks.


This next screenshot is about payoffs to elected officials and the amount of TARP money each bank received through their voting into law the taxpayer funded bank bailout.


And this last one shows direct payments or contributions to elected officials from corporations.

The Clinton family has never been known for their ethics, as seen by the fact that former President Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury, and Hillary Clinton running the State Department as a pay to play institution.  Thus it is not surprising that their trustworthiness by the American people is incredibly low.  But now that this bombshell information provided by Guccifer 2.0 proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Clinton’s use their public offices as a means to enrich themselves, and often to the detriment of National Security, how anyone could trust Hillary to become the next President is simply a matter of cognitive dissonance, or validation that the American people no longer care about corruption in their government.

Kenneth Schortgen Jr is a writer for, and To the Death Media, and hosts the popular web blog, The Daily Economist. Ken can also be heard Wednesday afternoons giving an weekly economic report on the Angel Clark radio show.