Sunday, August 14, 2016

(Video) Dem senator on Chicago-style Clinton pay-to-play: "I'm not sure that was a good idea"

On this Chicago-style pay-to-play maneuver where $1 million Clinton Foundation donor Rajiv Fernando--who is from Chicago--receiving an appointment to the secretive International Security Advisory Board (ISAB), Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) told Chris Wallace today on Fox News Sunday, "I'm not sure that was a good idea."

As for the Clinton Foundation, while it does some charitable work here and there, it's real purpose is to serve as an influence-peddling slush fund and an employment program for Clinton cronies.

Hey McCaskill: Appointing Fernando was a terrible idea.

If the play-to-play manner of government is something you like, then vote for Chicago-born and ILL-inois-bred Hillary Clinton in November.

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