As $ecretary of $tate, Hillary Clinton may have shifted positions on the human rights record of Colombia for Clinton Foundation Cash.
The New York Post reports, “one example of an alleged quid pro quo cited by the Times and other sources involved the State Department’s backing of a free-trade agreement with Colombia that benefited a company founded by a big donor to the Clinton Foundation.”
Evidently, Hillary opposed the deal when running in 2008 because of a worker rights issue. Friend of the Clintons whose company would benefit from trade deal donates millions to Clinton Foundation. Check clears.
Two short years later, Hillary’s State Department reports that Colombia has a laudable human rights record. Donor makes big money.
Hillary is proving to be a champion. Not for average Americans, but for being the best at raising money from government service.
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