The election soon will be over, but not the Hillary Clinton hijinks

New disclosure: lots of cash from Hillary Clinton’s big fundraisers was funneled to the senate campaign of Jill McCabe, who just happens to be the wife of the guy who was involved in  the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s emails.

If that’s not kinky, then Chicago is the least politically corrupt city in the world.

This was disclosed the day before election day, too late to have any impact on voting, but it’ll provide even more fodder for probes into corruption by the presumptive president elect.

Here are the detail as summarized by the Washington Free Beacon:

Bundlers for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign joined Clinton ally and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe in donating to the state senate campaign of Jill McCabe.

The Wall Street Journal first reported on donations from Common Good VA, McAuliffe’s political action committee, to McCabe’s Virginia state senate campaign in 2015. McCabe is the wife of Andrew McCabe, the FBI deputy director who helped in the investigation into Clinton’s email practices.

McAuliffe contributed $467,500 to McCabe’s campaign through his PAC, making her the third-largest recipient of contributions from McAuliffe in 2015. The Virginia Democratic Party provided an additional $207,788 to McCabe in the form of mailers, the Wall Street Journal noted.

And the beat goes on.

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  • Too bad your candidate is going to lose.And apparently I was not referring to Jill Stein or Gary Johnson.
    It also appears that your candidate is going to spend the next 4 years sitting for depositions in thousands of lawsuits and before the NLRB and IRS.
    The Republicans might not be in charge of the House to do their promised investigations, either. They sure didn't get much out of Hillary the last time they grilled her.

  • In reply to district299reader:

    How do you know who my candidate was?

  • In reply to Dennis Byrne:

    Easily deducible from the preponderance of your posts and comments, especially when a Jill Stein voter prompted you and you didn't write anything in support.

    That is unless you complain about everyone, but then didn't bother to vote, or you were like Kirk and Dold and were writing in, except you posted that didn't count, either.

    While you don't have to say what box you filled in, any way you look at it you have painted yourself into some corner. Otherwise, as you noted, your Hillary obsession comes too late to affect this election.

  • In reply to district299reader:

    Here's an update:

  • All they got out of her was "What difference does it make?!?!"

    If you've read any of Dennis's columns before, you'd know he doesn't support Donald Trump. So Trump is not "his candidate". See what happens when you ASSume?

    And the Republicans will likely regain control of the House.

  • In reply to Teddy:

    That should be retain control, not regain

  • In reply to Teddy:

    Might, but the power of the Tea Partiers will be greatly diminished. Dennis might not like that. I don't think he wants Brad Schneider putting a monkey wrench into the Freedom Caucus investigations/witch hunts. In fact, it would cause serious division of powers issues for some Congressional committee to subpoena the President.

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    Well, I think, that elections were totally clear and honest. And the hilarious thing is that guys from south park just totally predicted all the behavior and even exact phrases of Trump. I think, my freshman guide can help him hehe

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