Skip to comments.Huma Abedin & Hillary Clinton - Who is Funding Huma Abedin's Lifestyle?
Posted on 11/06/2007 5:07:26 PM PST by KayEyeDoubleDee
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Hillary did SO EXTREMELY well “investing” ... what’s to say
she didn’t grease the wheels to get Huma a heads up from the many Clinton Wall Street friends on an IPO, insider stock info, etc.?
No, this is just speculation, at this point.
Thanks for your outstanding work. Great focus. BUMP-TO-THE-TOP!
Satan in a pantsuit bump.
We know that Huma has at least one sister [who has an apartment in NYC].
So if Huma, her sister, and her mother each received $1 Million [and if there are no other siblings], then that's a $3 Million life insurance policy, and, if you're correct in the factor of "10 or 15 times", then Huma Abedin's father would have had to have been earning $200,000 to $300,000 per year, circa 1992, as an academic in the social sciences and the humanities.
That's simply an unheard-of salary in the academic world.
Here's an article, from 2003, about the new president of the UC System:
Robert C. Dynes named 18th president of the University of California
June 11, 2003
...The Regents approved a salary of $395,000 per year for the new president. That figure is 18 percent less than the $465,872 average presidential salary of the public and private universities across the nation that UC uses for salary-comparison purposes. It is consistent with the $394,640 average presidential salary of UC's public comparison institutions...
Yes, follow the link above, and enter "Square 0273, Lot 2128".
You can see her actual street address, although I don't see what purpose would be served by posting her street address on the internet [which is why I chose not to post it in the first place].
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My point was that it is a public record and someone could go to the local municipal office and look up who owns the place, purchase price, etc. Maybe such info is available on line too.
All of the information is online.
Go to the link for "District of Columbia: Real Property Assessment Search", and enter "Square 0273, Lot 2128".
Huma Abedin is listed as the sole owner of the condo.
The sale took place on September 18, 2006.
The sale price was $649,000.
Hildabeast is her sugar mama. yup.
No, nothing about this story passes the smell test.
A 60-year-old woman, playing BFF with a 32-year-old girl, does NOT pass the smell test.
The leading presidential candidate, playing BFF with someone who spent her formative years in a closed, Wahhabi society, and who is the daughter of Wahhabi-funded religious scholars, does NOT pass the smell test.
A 32-year-old girl, who's never earned more than $28,000 in her life, plunking down $649,000 for a condo, does NOT pass the smell test.
Abedin has been called Hillary Clinton’s “powerful, mystery woman.
Is that what the LA Slimes is sitting on?
Great work...you and Doug prove just how lazy or just how corrupt the Mainstream Media has become...
Here is the obvious solution: Shrillery gives Huma “investment advice” on cattle futures, etc., teaching Huma how to turn each $1,000 into $100,000 at the snap of her fingers. How can Huma lack funds for her designer bags, etc. when she can turn each month’s paycheck into hundreds of thousands of dollars?
My speculation in #58 exactly .... Chelsea
for one, works at a hedge fund owned by
a Clintonista .. there’s dozens of high
caliber financial types who’ve drunk the
Klinton kool aid.
Thank you for the excellent research paper.
We are going to need all the help we can get to insure that Her Heinous stays out of the WH.
For me, the pictures of the hooded mother are all I need to see.
It is the Islamist part that bothers me. Here in NY, I know many women from Muslim countries, none are Islamists, and none wear the veil.
An understatement to say, 'great work'! And great link to share here.
Still leaves the question of someone making $15K per year buying a $600K home.
D.C. Home Sales
Washington Post, The (DC)
December 28, 2006
24TH ST., XXX, No. XXX — Huma and Saleha Abedin to Ivan, Jennifer and Joyce Goldstein, $349,900.
HOME SALES: District of Columbia
September 3, 1998
24TH ST., XXX #XXX-Bode and Ekunremi Olajumoke to Saleha and Huma Abedin, $80,000.
WOW! Excellent work!
Placemarker for later reading.
That’s worthwhile .. good hunting.
1) Do you know the DC real estate market? Is it realistic for a property to have increased by a factor ofin a mere 8 years, at the height [or depths] of the worst real estate market in decades?
349.9 / 80 = 4.37375
2) Is the Washington Post database online, or is it subscriber-only?
3) Do you know the Goldsteins? There are multiple hits for Jennifer and Joyce Goldsteins in the Opensecrets database [most to Democrats, with the exception of a Jennifer Goldstein in NY, NY], and there is a Jennifer Goldstein who works as a staffer in Dan Lungren's office [R-CA].
Actually, if it were the Jennifer Goldstein of Lungren's office, then it would make sense that her parents had to co-sign the loan, because she earns about as much money as Huma Abedin.
4) For more than three months, from September 18, 2006, to December 28, 2006, Huma Abedin was responsible for not one, but TWO different properties, both beyond her apparent financial means. Is this not highly unusual? Is there any legitimate loan officer who would approve a mortgage to a girl who was carrying those kinds of liabilities?
Who knows... but it sure could be!
And where is the outrage? Has the MSM lost it's great concern for campaigns, finance and fat cat money? Or didn't they ever care beyond creating an advantage for dems?
Hillary's money. Move-On's wallowing in multi-millionaire cash - and we hear crickets form the formally "oh so concerned".
Where's the New York Times? Does the Washington Post only care if it's a Republican?
Will Tim Russert - the last liberal journalist with a pair, continue to have principle beyond whose ox is being gored? Maybe.
“with her street address blackened out:”
Good man. (Of course, it could still found pretty easy, but it’s the right way to do things.)
In my experience you couldn’t even by a decent dog house in a livable part of DC for $80,000 10 or 15 years ago.
The info is from the Wapo archives. I’m not sure if it’s available online.
ABEDIN, HUMA MAHMOOD (Age 32)
Available(3) Available WASHINGTON, DC
PINE BROOK, NJ Possible Relatives:
ABEDIN, SALEHA M
ABEDIN, HASSAN (Age 38)
ABEDIN, HEBA MAHMOOD
Possible Roommates / Associates:
KHALID, SUMAIRA (Age 33)
SYED, KHALID I (Age 65)
Saleha S. Mahmood - Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs
S. Hassan Abedin - OCIS, Oxford University, UK
M. Hakan Yavuz - University of Utah, USA
Heba A. Khalid
Muslim groups want motherhood stressed -
Criticize `selfish’ U.N. platform
The Washington Times
August 19, 1995
Author: George Archibald; THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Muslim groups from 55 countries yesterday announced a major lobbying campaign to get a proposed U.N. women’s platform rewritten in Beijing to uphold the role of mothers and not perpetuate “gender” wars.
Their effort could block adoption of a final document at the Fourth World Conference on Women Sept. 4-15 because U.N. rules require a consensus among all attending nations.
As written, a 121-page draft U.N. platform calling on governments throughout the world to give women statistical equality with men in the workplace and government appears to carry a “hidden agenda” that is anti-male and biased against strengthening traditional families, said Saleha S. Mahmood, director of the London-based Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, at a news conference at the National Press Club.
Mrs. Mahmood, also representing the Muslim World League based in Saudi Arabia and the Muslim NGO Caucus, said the groups are asking delegations from Islamic countries to insist on platform language that “celebrates” women’s roles as mothers in the context of their own religious and cultural values.
She said the platform places more value on a woman’s workplace roles than on raising children, which will worsen problems of youth crime and violence.
“It [the platform] recommends `responsible’ sexuality but does not mention marriage, which is the only known means of ensuring it; it demands more opportunities and services for single mothers and female heads of households, but does not seek measures that would keep the fathers home and the family together,” Mrs. Mahmood said.
She termed the platform “selfish and self-centered,” saying it was crafted by a “minority of women” in feminist groups who have garnered control of government and U.N. women’s programs.
Women representing pro-family and pro-motherhood positions were excluded from most delegations, except those of the Vatican and Muslim countries, she said. “They have no voices.”
Anisa Abd El-Fattah, head of the Washington-based National Association of Muslim Women, said families in the United States and other countries would suffer economically from the platform’s current focus designed to “free women from any religious or cultural barrier or ideology that restricts their availability for the workplace.”
“Why would women be targeted for increase into the work force?” she asked. “Women usually get menial jobs and are willing to accept small salaries.” By bringing as many women as men into the job market, “men will have to adjust their salary demands” downward, she said.
The U.N. platform, set to be finished in Beijing and adopted by delegations from more than 170 countries, has been drafted in a series of meetings over the past six months.
Objection from just one delegation requires platform language to be bracketed as in dispute and not binding in the final document.
The Muslim effort was supported yesterday by Concerned Women for America, a conservative Christian group. Laurel Heiskell, the CWA’s legislative coordinator, said the group had initial problems getting U.N. accreditation to attend the conference but had no trouble obtaining Chinese visas.
David Johnson, the State Department’s deputy press spokesman, said yesterday that most Americans planning to attend the Beijing conference have not yet received visas. He said the U.S. government is pressing China to honor its commitment to speed up the process.
The Clinton administration, which has announced a 46-member delegation for the Beijing conference, supports the current focus of the women’s platform and is assembling its own list of “commitments” to implement hundreds of provisions calling for affirmative action and employment quotas for women.
dem Heba Abedin