Hillary sure likes to talk the big talk, but she sure can’t seem to walk the big walk against Russian President Vladimir Putin.
And she still has the audacity to invite Putin and other top Russian officials to her Foundation gala directly after becoming Secretary of State.
I guess she saw nothing wrong with attacking Putin during her 2016 campaign when she tried linking Donald Trump to the Russian leader on multiple occasions.
According to libertywriters:
New emails from Hillary Clinton’s time as secretary of state have just been released — and one of them might SHATTER the Russian collusion story once and for all.
Shortly after Clinton was appointed to the head of the State Department, the failed presidential candidate began to use her influence to raise funds for the Clinton Foundation.
This isn’t surprising. After all, she didn’t get the nickname “Crooked Hillary” for nothing.
But the individuals she targeted ARE surprising. Among the world leaders Clinton solicited for money was VLADIMIR PUTIN.
According to the Daily Wire, Clinton Foundation director of foreign policy Amitabh Desai invited Putin and several other prominent members of the Russian government to a gala being hosted by Clinton’s “charitable” foundation.
This may not be shocking at face value, considering Clinton’s role required her to work with the Kremlin, but the Clinton Foundation is completely separate from state business.
Or it should be. Clinton has long been accused of using the foundation as a way to personally profit from her public role. If you paid money, you got Clinton’s attention. If not, you were ignored.
Clinton has accused the Trump campaign of collusion wit the Russian government for almost a year now. Meanwhile, she excused her own dealings with the Kremlin because they were done on official business.
But this development blows that narrative up completely. Her involvement with the Kremlin wasn’t limited to the State department. She was dealing with them privately and asking them for cash.
And Trump was the one who was colluding?