This latest revelation of official malfeasance while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State is comparable to an organized crime hitman having trouble remembering how many “wise-guys” he actually rubbed out, after a while and to borrow Hillary’s infamous line “what difference does it make!”
In that this latest announcement of yet another potential ethical or criminal act will do little in putting this corrupt woman in prison where she belongs.Moreover, as much as we’d like to believe that there’s truly one justice system for all, the Clinton’s whether we like to admit it or not, have proven us wrong, in that there is indeed a double standard of justice.The issue once again involved Hillary Clinton abusing her high office as Secretary of State in 2011, by personally attempting to pressure the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, on behalf of a donor to the Clinton Foundation.
The donor, Dr. Muhammed Yunus, had donated over $250,000 to the Clinton Global Initiative, and between $25,000 to $50,000 from another financial source.
The donations came from the Grameen Bank the country’s most famous micro-credit bank, and which Yunus was the chairman until he was removed.
And that’s when Hillary Clinton usurped her authority as Secretary of State and personally called Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina demanding that Dr. Muhammed Yunus be reinstated despite federal ethics laws that require government officials to recuse themselves from matters that could impact their spouse’s business.
Deputy Press Secretary Md Nazrul Islam confirmed in an email; “Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton telephoned Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in March 2011 insisting her not to remove Dr. Muhammad Yunus, (a 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner) from the post of Managing Director of Grameen Bank.”
The Prime Minister informed Clinton that according to the banking rules that govern Grameen Bank regulations, nobody can hold the position of the Managing Director of Grameen Bank after an individual turns 60-years old. Yunus was long past the bank’s regulations and at the time of his removal he was 70-years old.
Moreover, Grameen Bank is part of a statutory body of the government and therefore according to the Bangladesh government is subject to the banking laws.
The Prime Minster also informed Clinton, “Dr. Yunus drew salaries and allowances illegally for 10 years.”