Criticism of Clinton Foundation’s Close Relationship with Saudi Financiers is Legitimate Journalism, Not Evidence of a “Anti-Clinton Conspiracy”

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Hillary Clinton, meeting with Kuwaiti Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Mohammed Al-Sabah Qlors and Prince Saud Al-Faisal Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia, in Marrakech , in November of 2009, during her time as US Secretary of State

Hillary Clinton, meeting with Kuwaiti Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Mohammed Al-Sabah Qlors, and Prince Saud Al-Faisal Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia, in Marrakech , back in November of 2009, during her time as US Secretary of State

Clinton Aides Complain About Double Standard But Media Also Went After Bush Foundation:
https://theintercept.com/2016/09/13/clinton-aides-complain-about-double-standard-but-media-also-went-after-bush-foundation/

(CLAIMING VICTIMHOOD AFTER critical coverage of Saudi donations to the Clinton Foundation, Hillary Clinton campaign Press Secretary Brian Fallon recently whined on Twitter that comparable Saudi links to a Bush family foundation didn’t receive anything like the same level of media scrutiny.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Conspiracy theories are only valid when being spewed by your overlords, and their minions.

The doublethink is strong with Americans…

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