Why is no one investigating how the Clinton Foundation made $28.5 million disappear? Biased left-wing media repeatedly ignores Clinton charity fraud

Isn’t it amazing how the law seems to apply to some people in this country and not to others? Take Hillary Clinton, for example – if somebody committed even a fraction of the questionable acts that Hillary and her husband Bill have committed over the past few decades, there’s no doubt that they would be thrown in prison for years. Somehow, though, the Clintons always manage to escape the law – no charges, no jail time, and no accountability.

Last month, it was reported that the fraudulent Clinton Foundation may soon be wrapped up in yet another large controversy – not that any consequences will come of it, of course. According to LifeZette.com, the Clinton Foundation borrowed a total of $28.5 million on February 20, 2004. However, “the foundation’s accounting firm, BKD LLP, issued on June 9, 2006, ‘Independent Accountants Report and Financial Statements’ that contradict earlier IRS filings by claiming that proceedings from the $28.5 million in borrowing arrived at the Clinton Foundation by December 31, 2003, or 51 days before the loans were actually secured.” (Related: Here is a list of 181 Clinton foundation donors that lobbied Hillary Clinton’s state department.)

The reason why changing the date of these borrows is significant is because it has allowed Clinton Foundation trustees, BKD and professional advisers to mask what appears to be theft of at least $28.5 million. This alleged fraudulent activity can be seen more clearly by visiting page seven of the Independent Accountants Report and Financial Statements for the Clinton Foundation, which lists proceedings totaling $10,350,000 from two other loans in 2004 but does not include $28.5 million in additional proceedings.

“What is particularly surprising,” LifeZette goes on to say, “is that the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) were actively investigating the Clinton Foundation before, during and after Feb. 20, 2004. So how did investigators and prosecutors avoid finding obvious bank and wire frauds?”

This is the question that millions of Americans have been asking themselves for years – how, and more importantly, why does the FBI and the Department of Justice let Hillary Clinton off the hook each and every time? Are they all just a bunch of Clinton supporters that don’t want to see their preferred political leader get thrown behind bars? Does Hillary Clinton secretly pay FBI officials in exchange for immunity from the law? What exactly is going on here?

It’s just business as usual

The answer to those questions might not be revealed for years (if ever), but what we do know is that this pattern of Hillary Clinton skirting the law continues to this day.

As most people will likely recall, former FBI Director James Comey made several edits to his draft statement on the Hillary Clinton email probe, which ultimately watered down the criminal activity that took place and led to Hillary walking away without so much as a monetary fine. For example, in an early draft, Comey stated that it was “reasonably likely” that “hostile actors” were able to gain access to Clinton’s private email account during her time as Secretary of State under the Obama administration. This was later changed to say that the scenario was merely “possible.” Another edit that was made involved changing the term “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless” in reference to the way in which Clinton and her colleagues acted. (Related: A legal expert now claims that James Comey may have committed criminal espionage by releasing the memos.)

The rule of law needs to apply to everybody, regardless of how wealthy you might be or whether or not you reside in Washington D.C. Otherwise, if some people can act lawlessly without any repercussions whatsoever, what’s the point of having a rule of law in the first place?

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