Hillary ordering the White House staff to fire seven workers in the White House Travel Office for financial mismanagement, with Billy Dale accused of embezzlement. Hillary then lied to a grand jury about how she was not really involved in the firing scheme, even though staffers were writing there would be “hell to pay” if they didn’t do Hillary’s bidding. Billy Dale’s life was ruined. Two years later, it took a jury two hours to acquit him. Why did she do that? What would voters think, Bill?
Hillary making a mysterious $100,000 profit off a $1,000 investment in cattle futures with Tyson Foods lawyer Jim Blair making her trades. Was this a bribe for the governor’s wife? It certainly didn’t fit Hillary’s first fairytale explanation: that she made the trades just reading The Wall Street Journal. Would more focus on this still-unresolved scandal help Hillary’s campaign, Bill?
Hillary’s staffers rifling through Vince Foster’s office for documents in the hours after Foster’s death. One man seen leaving the scene with documents was White House aide and Hillary protégé Craig Livingstone. What was he taking away? Why won’t anyone in your administration give an honest answer, Bill?
Hillary’s Rose Law Firm records “disappeared,” only to reappear in the White House after years of requests for documents from the independent counsel investigating her lawyering for her corrupt business partner Jim McDougal. What were they doing right outside Hillary’s private office, Bill?
Hillary demanding a White House database of friends and enemies. The Clinton White House was found to be in possession of more than 1,000 FBI files of Republican White House employees. At the center of the controversy again was Craig Livingstone, who told friends he was Hillary’s hire. Why were they there? How were they used?
What a resume, filled with experience, if only she could show us her papers. Come on Bill release her papers, you do want her to be the first woman president now don’t you????
Joseph Farah, Paula Jones, et al.
Help me out here; I thought those were files of important Washington insiders, including congressmen and senators.
Were those files limited to White House staffers? If so I've been mistaken.