Roger Stone: ‘The Clinton Foundation Is Not a Charity; It’s a Slush Fund for Grifters’

NITED STATES, New York : NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 22: Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and husband, Former U.S. President Bill Clinton address the audience during the Opening Plenary Session: Reimagining Impact for the Clinton Global Initiative on September 22, 2014 at the Sheraton New York Hotel …
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Guest Roger Stone talked about the Clinton Foundation Monday with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Matt Boyle, saying, “The Clinton Foundation is not a charity; it’s a slush fund for grifters. But more precisely, it’s been a vehicle for the facilitation of multi-million-dollar bribes.”

Added Stone:

The Clinton’s defense on the Clinton Foundation issue has never been, “We didn’t do it.” It’s always been, “You have no proof.” In other words, they acknowledge that they took ten million dollars from the Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk, and they acknowledge that they supported a coup against the democratically elected president in the Ukraine. But then, they claim with great audacity that those two events have no interconnection. I believe that we will learn shortly that Julian Assange and the folks at WikiLeaks may, in fact, have the very proof the Clintons speak of.

Stone also discussed racist elements of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s past, saying:

There’s plenty on the record here. Whether it’s the execution of Ricky Ray Rector, a severely retarded man, who Bill sent to the electric chair shortly before the 1992 Democratic Primary, or whether it’s the fact that Bill as governor of Arkansas went to federal court in order to argue that the Arkansas police should be allowed to racially profile motorists and pull people, essentially, aside for the crime of being black while driving, these people have engaged in very deep dog whistle politics.

Stone continued, “For them to pretend now that that’s not the case is clearly absurd.”

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