Well, this sounds like a problem for Hillary Clinton.
And yet, there is zero chance the mainstream media will ever let this report see the light of day.
Back in 2008, Hillary and other prominent Democrats accepted thousands of dollars from a sex slave cult.
From Daily Mail:
It seems that Hillary Clinton may have unknowingly played a large role in the racketeering charges that Nxivm founder Keith Raniere is currently facing in court.
Court documents filed by the US Attorney’s office prior to the trail detail how multiple members of he cult – including all five of the defendants who were indicted in the case – exceeded the legal limit for campaign donations when giving money to Clinton’s first campaign for president.
That motion, which sought to have evidence admitted to the case to support the racketeering allegations against the defendants, said that the funds were donated in hope of gaining influence over Clinton.
‘Witness testimony, corroborated by documentary evidence, will demonstrate that at least 14 members of the Nxivm community, including at least five defendants and co-conspirators, made the maximum campaign donation to a primary campaign with the understanding that they would be reimbursed by Bronfman or Nancy Salzman,’ reads the filing.
‘At the suggestion of a political operative, who has since pleaded guilty to an unrelated New York state bribery charge also involving campaign contributions, the contributions were “bundled” and presented to the candidate at a fundraising event attended by conspirators, including Nancy Salzman.’
More on Nvixm, via AP News:
TV actress Allison Mack pleaded guilty Monday to charges she was involved in a scheme to turn women into sex slaves for the spiritual leader of a cult-like upstate New York group, a development that came on the same day jury selection began for a federal trial in the case.
Mack, 36, wept as she admitted her crimes and apologized to the women who prosecutors say were exploited by Keith Raniere and the purported self-help group called NXIVM.
“I believed Keith Raniere’s intentions were to help people, and I was wrong,” Mack told a Brooklyn judge.
Mack – best known for her role as a young Superman’s close friend on the series “Smallville” – said that after months of reflection since her arrest, “I know I can and will be a better person.”
Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was asked her thoughts on how Democrat candidates could defeat President Trump in 2020.
Sounds funny, huh?
You know, considering Hillary couldn’t do it herself!
WATCH: Hillary Clinton gives her advice to 2020 Democrats challenging President Trump. pic.twitter.com/RWNNn5ViCG
— The Hill (@thehill) April 13, 2019
“Everything I did….? Just do the opposite….”.
— MoneyandtheHammer (@MoneyandHammer) April 13, 2019
“Go to Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan”
She didn’t say that, so she didn’t give worthy advice. There’s no reason for candidates to listen to her.
— CriticOfEverything (@CriticOfEvery1) April 13, 2019
Literally the last person on earth worth asking
— KaratePlops (@suicidepets) April 13, 2019
John Podesta served as White House chief of staff to then-President Bill Clinton.
Podesta went on to work for Barack Obama before becoming the campaign chairman for Clinton’s 2016 presidential run.
Now, it is being reported that a Podesta-connected company took $35 million from Russia – prompting new allegations of collusion.
The mainstream media is sure to jump at this story, say nobody.
Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager, John Podesta, played a central role in another potential Russian collusion scandal that has not yet been investigated.
Podesta, the former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, served on the board of Joule Unlimited, a now defunct alternative energy company, from January 2011 to January 2014. He resigned from the company’s board to accept the powerful job of Counselor to President Barack Obama.
During Podesta’s tenure on the board of Joule Unlimited, a significant investment in the company by a firm owned by the Russian government escaped review and scrutiny by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
In September 2011, eight months after Podesta joined the board of Joule Unlimited, Rusnano, a venture capital fund wholly owned by the Russian government, announced it was investing one billion Russian rubles, $35 million, in the company, which accounted for 46 percent of the $75 million invested in it up to that time from its launch in 2007. Founders Afeyan Noubar and Dr. David Berry invested an estimated $10 million in the 2007 first round. The venture firm Noubar heads, Flagship Ventures – now known as Flagship Pioneering – led a second round investment of $30 million in 2010, as the Boston Globe reported.
There is far more proof that Hillary’s campaign colluded with foreign governments to get the skinny on then-candidate Donald Trump.