Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s emails continue to expose the depth of corruption that marks her political career, providing more evidence as to why she should never be allowed to sit in the Oval Office.New emails from Clinton’s top aides during her time at the State Department have been made public today, revealing Clinton Foundation executives and donors often consulted with the then-secretary of state’s office.
Washington Examiner is reporting, In the email, Johnnie Carson, assistant secretary for African affairs, said he and “the ambassador believe that it would be useful for President Clinton in his private conversations with [Rwandan President Paul] Kagame to quietly encourage him to defuse tensions with the [Democratic Republic of the Congo].” Much of the rest of the July 2012 email was classified by the State Department before it was released to Citizens United through the Freedom of Information Act.Cheryl Mills, then Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff, later shared “talking points” with a Clinton Foundation executive for Bill Clinton to use on his trip.
The emails preceded a September 2012 swing through Rwanda to tour Clinton Foundation projects, on which a New York Times reporter was brought to document the charity’s work.
A spokesman for the Clinton Foundation did not immediately return a request for comment about the trip.The records were just the latest demonstrations of the cozy relationship between the foreign activities of the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s diplomatic office.
The question this should raise in the minds of the American people is how much more they need to see before it finally sinks in that Hillary Clinton is one of the most diabolically corrupt politicians of our time and isn’t fit to serve as president?
Still, even with all we already know, one can’t help but feel like these revelations we’re receiving are only the tip of the iceberg, as more emails are set to be released over the course of the next few months.[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]