H/T Joe LaVeque
So, exactly how long must we endure the charade that Hitlery Clinton is a competent, honest, trustworthy individual, worthy of the office of President of the United States?
I don’t care how the Alphabet Network Club forces the “sweet and benevolent Hillary” narrative down the throats of the mouth-breathing morons who slurp the media slop willfully and beg for more, Hitlery Clinton is a corrupt, incompetent, vile, nasty criminal of a witch, and you would have to have just returned to Earth from Mars to not know that. Or you would have to be simply mentally unfit to enter a voting booth.
Six billion dollars disappeared under Hitlery’s watch as Secretary of State, which is an incomprehensible amount of money to most Americans. This is how much money $6,000,000,000 is….
According to the 2010 census there are an average of 2.58 people per American household. Six billion dollars would pay each and every household in a city of 154,800 people $100,000. Think of the things your family could do with $100,000.
Six billion dollars is enough money to pay every family (household) in Philadelphia or Phoenix $10,000 each. Every single family in a large American city! It is YUUUUGE money, and under Hitlery’s leadership at the State Department it all simply disappeared. No accountability whatsoever. And yet she is not only running for President of the United States, she is leading according to the major pollsters, possibly another bit of liberal corruption underway. And there will be much, much more corruption and it will get worse as long as the Wicked Witch of Benghazi is in any position of power and authority.
According to The Daily Caller in the article below Hitlery may soon be forced to answer questions, hopefully under oath, regarding the missing fortune.
Each and every person in the United States who votes for such a vile, corrupt, incompetent, and sick person as Hitlery for president should have their voting rights revoked and/or forcibly exiled for treason.
From The Daily Caller
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton may soon have to answer questions about an estimated $6 billion in contract mismanagement, fraud and incompetence that happened under her watch at the Department of State.
Non-profit government watchdog Cause of Action Institute (CofA) filed a Freedom of Information Act request Friday for records related to a March 2014 management alert issued by the department’s Inspector General (IG).
“The total value of the contracts the [IG] reviewed exceeded $6 billion,” the CofA’s FOIA request said. “Many of these cases arose during the tenure of Secretary Hillary Clinton.” Clinton was the country’s top diplomat from January 2009 to February 2013.
The IG alert that unveiled the mismanagement was based on three investigations and two contract-related audits.
The alert revealed that State Department officials lost contract files and maintained incomplete contract files, thus exposing taxpayers “to substantial financial losses.” Federal law and State Department policy requires maintenance of all files required to document a government procurement from start to finish.
In a blistering summary, the IG alert said such failures create “conditions conducive to fraud, as corrupt individuals may attempt to conceal evidence of illicit behavior by omitting key documents from the contract file. It impairs the ability of the department to take effective and timely action to protect its interests and, in turn, those of taxpayers. Finally, it limits the ability of the government to punish and deter criminal behavior.”
Among the examples cited by the IG were:
- Modifications and task orders were awarded to a company owned by the spouse of the State Department official managing the $52 million contract. The contract’s file was missing documentation reflecting those modifications and task orders, an IG investigation uncovered.
- A State Department contracting officer on a contract valued at $100 million falsified technical review information and provided the contractor with advance pricing information.
- Forty-eight of the 82 files the IG reviewed related to $2.1 billion in contracts supporting the U.S. mission in Iraq lacked required documentation.
- None of the files reviewed by the IG for eight contracts issued by the department’s Bureau of African Affairs and valued at $34.8 million contained required documentation.
The CofAI said “the public has a significant interest in knowing whether the department implemented the recommendations the [IG] made in its previous reports … the requested records will further inform the public about the resolution of contract management problems with the Department of State.”
The State Department has 20 working days to prepare an initial response to CofAI’s request.