A cloud of fraud and corruption has followed both former President Bill Clinton and his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton around their entire careers. In 1998, Hillary famously decried allegations of an affair and subsequent cover-up against her husband as the result of a “vast right-wing conspiracy.” Of course, after the DNA on Monica Lewinsky's infamous blue dress proved to belong to President Clinton, he finally admitted to the affair.
Although allegations of corruption, cronyism, conflicts of interest, and even rape against the Clintons date back to the 1970s, many of the recent scandals have proven equally disturbing.
Last Spring, Peter Schweizer's book, Clinton Cash, brought to light a myriad of new allegations against the Clintons — many of which were even confirmed by the Clinton-loving, liberal mouthpiece New York Times.
In addition to innumerable other corruption charges, Schweizer claimed that Bill Clinton — an honorary chancellor — received millions of dollars from the for-profit Laureate University while Hillary Clinton's State Department funneled back millions more to the “university” and its liberal activist founder and chairman. To read more about yet another instance of “Billary” using their money and power to influence the government — as well as the university's ties to George Soros — continue reading on the next page: