For Hillary and Bill Clinton EVERYTHING in the United States has a price tag on it.
Whatever it is you want can be yours if you donate enough money…..If the check has enough zeros than you are good to go.
There is NOTHING more important than the National Security of the United States……… and that is why it is for sale by Hillary Clinton.
Do you want to be on a National Security board? Great than just donate a bunch of money (to Hillary) and you are in. Not even a problem.
You have no qualifications to be on the National Security committee?……. Well who cares? As long as your check clears than you are good to go.
Line up to get your National security clearance and you are in. Have fun. Oh but don’t talk to the media. There is freedom of the Press in the United States but if the press asks too many questions just threaten to have them arrested. Just like in a communist country.
When it comes to being total Scum bags there is nobody who does it better than the Clintons. NOBODY!!!!
Newly released State Department emails help reveal how a major Clinton Foundation donor was placed on a sensitive government intelligence advisory board even though he had no obvious experience in the field, a decision that appeared to baffle the department’s professional staff.
The emails further reveal how, after inquiries from ABC News, the Clinton staff sought to “protect the name” of the Secretary, “stall” the ABC News reporter and ultimately accept the resignation of the donor just two days later.
A prolific fundraiser for Democratic candidates and contributor to the Clinton Foundation, who later traveled with Bill Clinton on a trip to Africa, Rajiv K. Fernando’s only known qualification for a seat on the International Security Advisory Board (ISAB) was his technological know-how. The Chicago securities trader, who specialized in electronic investing, sat alongside an august collection of nuclear scientists, former cabinet secretaries and members of Congress to advise Hillary Clinton on the use of tactical nuclear weapons and on other crucial arms control issues.
Fernando’s lack of any known background in nuclear security caught the attention of several board members, and when ABC News first contacted the State Department in August 2011 seeking a copy of his resume, the emails show that confusion ensued among the career government officials who work with the advisory panel.
“I have spoken to [State Department official and ISAB Executive Director Richard Hartman] privately, and it appears there is much more to this story that we’re unaware of,” wrote Jamie Mannina, the press aide who fielded the ABC News request. “We must protect the Secretary’s and Under Secretary’s name, as well as the integrity of the Board. I think it’s important to get down to the bottom of this before there’s any response.
Fernando himself would not answer questions from ABC News in 2011 about what qualified him for a seat on the board or led to his appointment. When ABC News finally caught up with Fernando at the 2012 Democratic convention, he became upset and said he was "not at liberty" to speak about it. Security threatened to have the ABC News reporter arrested.