Skip to comments.DHS nominee under investigation for allegedly helping Hillary Clinton's brother
Posted on 07/24/2013 11:18:36 AM PDT by NonValueAdded
Authorities are investigating the man President Obama tapped to take over the second highest spot at the Department of Homeland Security for allegedly using his position and power to unfairly obtain U.S. visas for foreign investors in a company run by Hillary Clintons brother, FoxNews.com has confirmed.
Alejandro Mayorkas, director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, was named by Homeland Security's Inspector General's Office as a target in an investigation involving the foreign investor program run by USCIS, according to an email sent to lawmakers late Monday.
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I thought The Sink Emproer would be the most corrupt Preis dent in history.
Looks like Hussein has taken the title
Tony and Hughie, the hazelnut tycoons just had to come back to the surface again. Hillary had better take the heat for this one. It’s not like the ethics of those two morons were a secret?
Every once in a while, the slime oozes under the door...
... Let me count the ways ...
This administration is making Richard Nixon look quite saintly!!!
The Chicagoization and Detroitification of America continue “Forward!” at top speed.
HITLARY AGAIN!!? Jeeez this lady is as crooked as her husbands penis.
IIRC Bill Clinton pardoned one of hillarys brothers.for drugs. I cannot remember which one....not the one who married Barbie Boxers daughter, and later ditched her!!
Role in pardons
As the Clinton administration came to a close in early 2001, it was discovered that Hugh Rodham received around $400,000 for legal services regarding gaining the Presidential pardon of fraudulent businessman Glenn Braswell and the sentence commutation of drug trafficker Carlos Vignali. While legal experts said that Rodham may well not have done anything wrong, the appearance of possible impropriety certainly existed. Moreoever, coming while the Bill Clinton pardons controversy was already in full force, this was a further embarrassment for the former administration and even got the attention of the Congressional House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Hillary Clinton, now a newly-sworn-in Senator, said, “He’s my brother. I love my brother ... I’m just extremely disappointed in this terrible misjudgment that he made ... I knew nothing about my brother’s involvement in these pardons. I knew nothing about his taking money for his involvement.” Both Clintons pressured Rodham to return the $400,000, which he promptly did. During this time, Rodham additionally collected media criticism for being overweight and a poor dresser.
Subsequently, Rodham stayed out of the public eye. When his sister’s 2008 presidential campaign came to the family summer home of Scranton, Pennsylvania, for the state primary, he hosted a reception
Is she coming back as a zombie, reflecting her intelligence, or a vampire, reflecting the harm that she has done to America? Or as a ghost, reflecting the substance of her body of work.
Or as she coming back the same as she was, a ghoul?
Inquiring minds want to know.
this seems to have gone on the wrong thread.
Is there no limit to the corruption of the people who have bartered their ways to power?
Zero is going to pay for all of this, either Here or “There.” Wherever “There” he ends up in when he is called to Account.
Jimmy Carter on Obama: “See, I wasn’t so bad”
and updating: “And Billy had nothing on those Rodham boys, they’re the real pieces of work.”
Not only that, but if America survives, I think they'll retire the jersey for the Usurper.
What thread was it supposed to be on?
Looks like a neat topic to me...
Did he return the money?
I recall at that time there were a whole bunch of situations the Clinton’s were in where the felt pressured to say they were returning various monies...but didn’t actually do so, at least not in a timely fashion.
It’s one about “Is it too soon to joke about Helen Thomas coming back from the dead”
despicable backward ass hillbillys.
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