What is wrong with Hillary Clinton? When she left the White House and the new Bush administration scrubbed things down and inventoried the home, they found that the Clintons had stolen lots of furniture and other art.
Evidently, Queen Stickyfingers struck again while at the State Department. She took furniture and other State Department property home. No one knows if she ever brought it back. From The Examiner:
Hillary Clinton and her staff removed “lamps and furniture” from State Department offices and brought them to her home, the FBI revealed in 100 pages of notes made public Monday.
Witnesses did not know if she ever brought the items back.
The move was just one of many that irritated members of her security detail, who described her treatment of security agents as “contemptuous.”
“Prior to Clinton’s tenure, being an agent on the Secretary of State’s protective detail was seen as an honor and a privilege reserved for senior agents,” the FBI wrote in its notes. “However, by the end of Clinton’s tenure it was staffed largely with new agents because it was difficult to find senior agents willing to work for her.”
That last tidbit is delightful. Hillary is so horrible, seasoned agents didn’t want the Secretary of State’s detail. I wonder if she’s going to have trouble finding secret service agents to guard her should she become President.
The idea of Hillary Clinton and her hound-dog husband pilfering the White House again is sickening. These people are easily bought, crassly commercial when it comes to selling their access, and steal the silver like desperate ragamuffins.
Donald Trump wouldn’t need to steal to have fine things. His home is a gilt-filled lair. The Clintons could only dream of such over-the-top indulgences. They don’t have to dream. They just steal.
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