At a 2016 Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar Topic “Money and Politics,” author and American investigative journalist Peter Schweizer discussed political fundraising, the high-tech industry, and how one example of the government model of extortion evolved.

Schweizer said, “And that brings me to the question of the high-tech industry itself when it comes to this whole model of extortion. And I think it’s a great example of how political fundraising and lobbying has become so extortive. Back in the 1990s, the high-tech industry, Microsoft, Apple, and the others barely at all had a presence in Washington, D.C. They didn’t make many campaign contributions. If they did, it was not an organized action by executives. It was something that individual employees made on their own behest. And they didn’t really even have a lobbying presence. Microsoft had somebody working in suburban Maryland that was selling software to the government that occasionally, when needed, would go and meet with people on Capital Hill. Then in 1998, the Justice Department said we might have to break up Microsoft as a monopoly. Now when this happened, forget the legal arguments for a second, that changed everything and it created an extortive environment to where the high-tech industry, which essentially would prefer to be left alone by Washington, D.C., is today the largest contributor to political campaigns in Washington. And that is by design. There are numerous quotes over the years from Republicans and Democrats that said, “We need to let the high-tech industry know that they need us and that they need to support us and they found a way to do that through these extortive practices.”

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Now just imagine that today’s Democrat legislators, related bureaucrats, and media puppets are the monopoly and that President Trump’s promise to drain the swamp is just like the 1998 Justice Department discussion of breaking up Microsoft. I think this promise has gotten their attention and that’s why they have attacked him almost everyday. Even many Republicans didn’t support him before he was elected President.

Introducing Bill and Hillary

Schweizer said,“Now, why is it that I singled out the Clintons in my recent book “Clinton Cash?” And I want to tell you today, it is precisely because they represent a fundamental transformation in the way that money is flowing into politics. How can I say that? Don’t they have to abide by the same rules as everyone else? Well, yes and no. If there is one consensus point on money and politics over the last 40 years, it’s this. Politics is a dirty game. There’s money in politics but by golly, its a dirty game that ought to be played just by Americans. … So there is a consensus in our country. We don’t want foreign entities trying to influence our political process. Here’s the problem. The Clintons have found a way around it and we have a circumstance today where by there’s a massive infusion of foreign money going to the Clintons that is unaccountable for and has had a corrupting influence on the decisions that Hillary Clinton made as secretary of state. And going forward, I believe, would have the same affect on her as president.”

And of course, Mr. Schweizer was right and certainly not alone in his thoughts about Hillary as president. Fortunately, by the grace of God, America dodged that bullet and Donald Trump won the election. Meanwhile, let’s re-visit some Clinton highlights, establish their character and try to explain why so many people voted for the Clintons in spite of being guilty of such egregious transgressions. How did they get away with it? We can learn a great deal about rectifying the deep state from these masters of corruption.

Some Americans just don’t like her

In 2016 special report called The Hillary Clinton Problem, Sky News U.S. correspondent Greg Milam said, “The presidency should be Hillary Clinton’s destiny but instead of a coronation it’s become a slog with familiar scandal and new controversies.” Political consultant Karl Rove said, “She is somebody who doesn’t think the rules apply to her and has consistently felt she doesn’t need to shoot straight with the American people.” Milam said, “Once American royalty, now one of the most polarizing candidates in history.” Atlantic staff writer Molly Ball said, “She’s quite unpopular. People don’t like her.” Milam said, “So what is the problem with Hillary Clinton. … She was first lady to one of America’s most charismatic and perhaps flawed presidents. A husband who turned their marriage into a soap opera for the world. Those White House years though became the foundation for what came next in her own political career. In 2016, the candidate who so many Americans just don’t like.”

While conducting interviews on the Washington Mall, Milam asked a mature woman, “What do you think of Hillary Clinton?” and she replied “Oh my, I’ll just say I’m not voting for her, thank you.” Milam then asked, “Okay, is there anything in particular that you don’t like about her?” and the woman replied, “Pretty much everything.” Milam then asked a middle-aged man, “What do you think of Hillary Clinton?” and he replied, “I think she’s terrible. I think she should be in prison.” Milam replied, “Not a fan then?” and the man replied, “Not a fan.”

Why Ddd they vote for her

And to think that Hillary Clinton was almost elected president. What on earth would possess so many citizens to vote for this person? Did the corporate press let them down that badly? Were they not aware of her husband’s transgressions? Were they really okay with Hillary’s handling of Benghazi as secretary of state? Didn’t they question her integrity after all that business about keeping top secret emails on a private server and having key evidence destroyed by wiping the server clean?

Could it be explained by their cookie cutter education from socialist school teachers who preached identity politics where Hillary was the victim woman class treated badly by her male white privileged husband? Could it be that the leftist media bashing of the outsider billionaire Trump soundly resonated with their socialist schooling that denounced all capitalists as no good? How could well informed citizens vote for Hillary Clinton?

In that 2016 Sky News special report, Molly Ball said, “The striking thing to me about covering Hillary Clinton has always been that there are so many people who go to see her and aren’t enthusiastic about her. You have a crowd of thousands of people who’ve come out to cheer Hillary Clinton on the day she announces her candidacy and you wade into the crowd and half of them turn out to be sort of well I’m a Democrat. She’s okay I guess or I have serious issues with her but she’s famous so I came out to see her. There are people who are enthusiastic about Hillary Clinton but there are also a lot of people who are voting for her out of a sense of duty or sort of partisan obligation.”

Everything including murder

Well, it sure makes one consider the possibility of a rigged election with massive voter fraud as the only way Hillary could possibly ever come close to being elected president. When Bill was president, didn’t these two practically get away with murder? What about Vince Foster’s supposed suicide in 1993 where he blew his brains out and then drove himself to Fort Marcy Park. Was that part of the deep state? The only thing I remember for sure was that Bill lied to America a couple of times on TV and a man really is only as good as his word.

And that 2016 Sky News special report shows Bill Clinton in a crowd hugging Monica Lewinsky and then Clinton said, “I want you to listen to me. I’m going to say this again. I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky. I never told anybody to lie not a single time never. These allegations are false and I need to go back to work for the American people. Thank you.” Then Clinton’s extra marital affair accomplice Jennifer Flowers said, “Yes, I was Bill Clinton’s lover for 12 years and for the past two years I have lied to the press about our relationship to protect him. The truth is I loved him.” Then Bill Clinton said, “I never ask anybody to do anything but tell the truth.” Then Hillary Clinton said on NBC News, “Bill and I have been accused of everything including murder.” Then a reporter said “ABC News reported someone else at the White House may have caught President Clinton and Lewinsky in an intimate moment.”

In the next scene, Bill Clinton said, “The allegations are false.” Then Hillary said, “Be patient, take a deep breath, and the truth will come out … (Then sitting with Bill she said,) I’m not sitting here like some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette. I love him and I respect him.” Then Bill said, “It’s almost impossible to prove your innocence.” Jennifer Flowers said on the Larry King show, “And he would try to pay me a great deal of attention with her there.” Then Hillary said, “Everybody says to me how can you be so calm or how can you just, you know look like you’re not upset and I guess I’ve just been through it so many times.” Then a reporter is heard saying, “Instead of speaking out, she stood smiling at her husband’s side.”

Willfully Corrupted And Manipulated

But this time, her husband’s infidelity involved violating his constitutional oath, betraying the trust placed in him as president, and acting in a manner subversive of the rule of law and justice to the manifest injury of the people of the United States with perjury and obstruction of justice.

According to a Feb. 12, 1999 CBS News video titled “Clinton Impeachment Trial- Senate Results,” Chief Justice Rehnquist proclaimed from the president’s podium of the U.S. Senate, “The clerk will now read the first article of impeachment.” CBS Dan Rather said, “This is live and this will be the vote.” The Senate Legislative Clerk David Tinsley read the following, “Article one, in his conduct while President of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton, in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of president of the United States and to the best of his ability preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, has willfully corrupted and manipulated the judicial process of the United States for his personal gain and exoneration, impeding the administration of justice in that, on August 17, 1998, William Jefferson Clinton swore to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth before a federal grand jury of the United States. Contrary to that oath, William Jefferson Clinton, willfully provided perjurious false and misleading testimony to the grand jury concerning one or more of the following: One, the nature and details of his relationship with a subordinate government employee. Two, prior perjurious false and misleading testimony he gave in a federal civil rights action brought against him. Three, prior false and misleading statements he allowed his attorney to make to a federal judge in that civil rights action, and four, his corrupt efforts to influence the testimony of witnesses and to impede the discovery of evidence in that civil rights action. In doing this, William Jefferson Clinton has undermined the integrity of his office, has brought disrepute on the presidency, has betrayed his trust as president, and has acted in a manner subversive of the rule of law and justice to the manifest injury of the people of the United States. Wherefore, William Jefferson Clinton, by such conduct, warrants impeachment and trial and removal from office and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust, or profit, under the United States.” Justice Rehnquist then said, “The chair reminds the Senate that each senator when his name or her name is called will stand in his or her place and vote guilty or not guilty as required by rule 23 of the Senate rules on impeachment.”

In the next and last part of this 3 part article, we summarize Bill’s narrow escape from justice, revisit his admission of guilt, and double down on some deep state exploits from team Clinton with Peter Schweizer.