Skip to comments.Protesters greet Clinton outside fundraiser at Dallas mansion as $10/hour valets park luxury cars
Posted on 06/04/2015 6:37:42 AM PDT by maggief
Signs jab former secretary of state over email and Benghazi scandals as $2,700-per-plate fundraiser begins
One man driving by the $11.4 million mansion yelled 'F*** Hillary!' as he leaned out of his pickup truck window
Swarm of 16 valet attendants park dozens of luxury cars but earn $10 per hour for their work
'We're sunk if she gets elected,' one of the calets said; 'she's going to take us down the wrong path'
Texas Republican Party brings giant rack-mounted computer server to mock Hillary about her email controversy
Clinton arrives in a black Cadillac sedan not the 'Scooby' van
They came in Bentleys, BMWs, Maseratis and Porsches. A handful drove Mercedes-Benzes and Lexuses. At least two luxury Tesla eco-cars made the trip.
Valet attendants parked the cars of the deep-pocketed Democrats for $10 per hour and raced around the neighborhood two hours later as a line of millionaires formed.
The guest of honor, Hillary Clinton, arrived in a black Cadillac for her $2,700-per-plate presidential fundraiser.
As the former secretary of state's Secret Service escort pulled into the driveway of a $11.4 million home near Dallas on Wednesday night, a group of Republican activists were waiting.
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Redistributing the wealth - $10 at a time.....
Every protestor should wear a white t-shirt with a smeared red handprint.
I’d pay that guy in the pickup $10/hr to keep driving past and yelling that.
“Swarm of 16 valet attendants park dozens of luxury cars but earn $10 per hour for their work “
That’s the men. The females only got $8 per hour.
Great protest signs....
GRAPH CREDIT: media.mcclatchydc.com
At first glance, the Clintons lucrative speeches and astounding global foundation donations seem to provide the bulk of the couples income. Bill's honoraria increased dramatically---earning some $50 million during Hillary's four-year term as secretary of State....including an Irish scholarship fund, a Korean conglomerate, and, a Nigerian newspaper company......each of whom paid Clinton more than half a million dollars for a single speech.
The Wash/Post reports Hillary earned $11.7 million for 51 speeches since Jan 2014.....she pocketed an astonishing $625,000 for two speeches in one day!
But the calculated Clintons have also sought to branch out into other business activities......though little is known about the exact nature and financial worth of Bill Clintons non-speech business interests.
Recent reports indicate the Clintons were party to multi-billion dollar Mideast arms deals....Kazakhstan uranium mines....and Haitian gold mines...oil pipelines...and other lucrative business interests which they cunningly intertwine w/ their Foundation do-good activities.
Clinton made a big show of do-goodism in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
Bill and Canadian mining tycoon Frank Giustra in Haiti June 2014.
That day, the "Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership"
launched the Acceso Peanut Enterprise Corp. (Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images)
All of the Clintons have vast holdings they're not gonna let us peons know about:
(1) The missing State Dept $6 billion, (2) the cut of Hillary's brother's Haitian gold mine permit, (3) the gold Obama and Hillary got from invading Quadaffi; (4) the Russian uranium deal income.
And money secreted in (1) numbered offshore bank accounts,(2) investment holdings, (3) safety deposit boxes holding coins, gold, valuables, etc, (4) other holdings in real estate, businesses, (5) passive non-taxable income from rentals, interest accrued, investments, etc .....
Remember that scene in "Sopranos" when Tony's crew tied up the valet crew at the Jewish wedding and stole all the expensive cars? Where's Pauli and Chrissie when you need them?
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