Hillary’s paid speeches


 Political donations disguised as speeches. Companies are limited in the amount they can donate to political candidates and it is NOT tax deductible. BUT if a company hires someone to give a speech there is no limit on what they pay that candidate and it is a business expense which IS tax deductible. Pretty cool. I love the creativity.It is embarrassing that our country put someone like this in the election.

Here’s The FULL List of 92 Paychecks Hillary Collected From Wall Street By Robert Gehl
Feb. 10, 2016

The media’s going nuts that Hillary Clinton took three big pay checks for three speeches at Goldman Sachs. At $225,000 a pops that’s pretty good scratch – but it’s just the tip of the iceberg.

She’s been very, very busy, raking in millions in a three-year stretch since she left her post as the Secretary of State.
Her defense? It varies from “It’s what they offered me” to the hilarious, “I happen to think we need more conversations about what’s going on in the world.”
Pricey “conversations” indeed.
Here’s a list of the 92 “conversations” that Clinton has had in just the past three years. The total: $21.7 million.https://i1.wp.com/thefederalistpapers.integratedmarket.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Hillary-Clinton-Speeches-2013-2015_1.jpg
She’s been very, very busy.
What did Hillary promise in all these speeches?

What was her advice to Deutche Bank, Cisco and the Council of Insurance Agents? What did she tell eBay?

What Hillary discloses to us peasants is on a “need to know” basis only. Now think about the two billion in the Clinton foundation. What was given to the international community for two thousand million?

About Robert Gehl

Robert Gehl is a college professor in Phoenix, Arizona. He has over 15 years journalism experience, including two Associated Press awards. He lives in Glendale with his wife and two young children

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