Skip to comments.It Gets Worse: Bill Clinton Paid To Install Hillary’s Private Server With Taxpayer Money
Posted on 09/01/2016 8:19:11 AM PDT by KeyLargo
It Gets Worse: Bill Clinton Paid To Install Hillarys Private Server With Taxpayer Money
by Charlie Spiering 1 Sep 2016
Former president Bill Clinton used taxpayer funds from cash provided to him as an ex-president to pay for employees to set up the familys private email server, according to a new report from Politico.
Clinton drew money from the General Services account to pay part of his aide Justin Coopers salary the same person who helped set up a private email server in Clintons home.
It goes deeper.
Clinton used taxpayer funds to boost the salaries of ten different Clinton loyalists, despite his growing wealth from delivering paid speeches. The funds were also used to purchase equipment for the Clinton foundation.
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
Bill Clinton used taxpayer money to help fund his familys foundation and his wifes controversial private email server, according to a new report.
Politico reported Thursday that Clinton used the decades-old Former Presidents Act, a pension set up in 1958 to subsidize staffers and Secret Service protection, to pay for private business and charitable expenses.
The report found the former president used portions of his taxpayer pension to pay for computer equipment, including servers, housed at the Clinton Foundation.
Clinton also used the federal program to supplement the pay and benefits of employees now at the center of the email and cash-for-access scandals dogging Hillary Clintons presidential campaign, reported Politico.
If justice were served the Clintons would live out the remainder of their miserable lives in the slam.
Former President Bill Clintons staff spent taxpayer money subsidizing the Clinton Foundation, an associated business and Hillary Clintons private email server, according to a new report.
The funds supplemented the benefits and pay of several foundation aides and purchased some of the organizations IT equipment, Politico said Thursday.
Politico said it obtained records from the General Services Administration (GSA) detailing the spending through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
Or in Poverty!!!
So are these line item expenses on an accounting form for his Pension account?
Who bought Hillarys e-mail server? You did
posted at 10:01 am on September 1, 2016 by Ed Morrissey
Back when Harry Truman left the White House, Congress worried that he and his family might end up in poverty. They created a presidential pension system to allow former chief executives to live comfortably in retirement. Bill Clinton found other uses for the pension, Politicos Kenneth Vogel reports, including the purchase of the infamous e-mail server system that Hillary Clinton used to thwart legitimate Congressional and judicial oversight of her tenure as Secretary of State:
<><> Taxpayer cash was used to buy the billionaire Clintons IT equipment including servers housed at the Clinton Foundation.
<><> Taxpayer cash also supplemented the pay and benefits of several aides now at the center of the email and cash-for-access scandals dogging Hillary..........the aides are also part of her campaign apparat.
But even as the Clintons got rich and grew their foundation into a do-good $2 billion organizationdrawing more cash from the President's Act than any other ex- president, according to a POLITICO analysis.
The analysis also found that Clintons representatives, between 2001, when the Clintons left the White House, and the end of this year, had requested allocations under the Act totaling $16 million. (Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
FREEPER ACTION PROJECT--Report Treasury Fraud and Abuse of the US Treasury
ITEM---The Clinton Foundation states on its website that All Foundation employees are paid for work through the Foundation payroll. As a former President, President Clinton has separately allocated funding for a private office and for associated costs (rent, utilities, and salaries and benefits for staff). No Foundation staff are paid for Foundation work with taxpayer dollars. But this latest report suggests that is not true.
<><>Politico finds that the Clinton Foundations chief operating officer, Laura Graham, was on the government payroll, as well.
<><> Clinton body man, Doug Band, received taxpayer funds until 2013, the report finds. Teneoe, launched in 2011, Band's powoerhouse financial firm, is said to be the route heavy hitters use to pay up to gain access to the Clintons.
ITEM---Clinton body man, Doug Band, received taxpayer funds until 2013, the report finds. Teneoe, launched in 2011, Band's powoerhouse financial firm, is said to be the route heavy hitters use to pay up to gain access to the Clintons.
ITEM----On Sept. 16, 2011, the government purchased a $7,707.98 Dell server. On Aug. 2, 2011, the government purchased an Apple Mac mini with Lion Server for $1,284.95. Both were shipped to the Clinton Foundation, according to invoices.
To say that politicians are the lowest form of human life does not even begin to describe the Clintons.
Bad optics or illegal?
These people are liberal democRATS. They don't use their OWN money for things like this. Why not just squeeze some more out of the government teat?
The Clintoons stuck it to the US taxpayers yet again.
Was it as good for you as it was for the Clintoons? How many in DC do this as well???
“Or in Poverty!!!”
I’d gladly give the Clintons a job to stay out of poverty.
Cleaning up chicken coops, pig pens and hauling manure all day
In the same cell!!!
Good call, Al. That would be worse than death for both of them.
The question is, was that legal?
I won’t go to Breitbart, site is a mess, not your fault. I’ll check the other links.
“The investigative report which the website reported does not reveal any illegal actions was based on records obtained from the General Services Administration through the Freedom of Information Act.”
from Raw Story.
Drudge has a link to the Politico story but way down the page. Seems like the kind of thing he would play up big. Odd.
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