The latest law enforcement official to join hands with what has now become a subversive and rogue judiciary is the new Attorney General elect of New York, Democrat Letitia James. Ms. James announced today, that she intends to begin comprehensive investigations into President Trump, his family and “anyone” in his circle who may have violated the law once she settles into her new job next month.
Ms. James told NBC News during a recent interview that, “We will use every area of the law to investigate President Trump and his business transactions and that of his family as well.”
Ms. James, by all means investigate the Trump Foundation for any improprieties or illegal activity.
But while your office is conducting its investigation, those of us who have developed a cynicism about lawyers, the law and abuses of power and prosecutorial discretion at the highest levels of government, would like to know why no Democratic New York Attorney General has started an investigation into the money laundering operation devised and implemented by the Bonnie and Clyde of American politics. I speak of course about the Clinton Foundation.
The Clinton Foundation was pure genius, a beguiling scheme for generating astronomical wealth under the guise of engaging in charitable activities. Upon scrutiny, it would be revealed that this fraudulent organization with barely a patina of legitimacy, would be used to leverage Hillary’s tenure as Secretary of State and later the inevitable prospect of her presidency, for influence peddling.
To implement the scheme, Bill Clinton would be pimped out as a conduit to collect astronomical speaking fees from “donors” who either had pending business before the U.S. Government or were seeking access to the Secretary of State. The self-dealing was shameless and pursued without remorse. Whitewater, the Travel Office firings, renting out the Lincoln bedroom, all were the operations of rank amateurs by comparison.
The foundation operated as nothing more than a slush fund for the Clintons. In no sense could the Clinton Foundation be considered a legitimate charitable organizations. As As Deroy Murdock, writing in National Review at the timenoted , “While Clinton apologists call the foundation a font of beneficence, its 2014 IRS filings show that it spent a whopping 5.76 percent of its funds on actual charitable activities” far below the 65 percent that the Better Business Bureau calls kosher. That paltry figure also mocks Hillary’s Las Vegas lie, uttered at the final presidential debate on October 19: “We at the Clinton Foundation spend 90 percent of all the money that is donated on behalf of programs of people around the world and in our own country.”
Ms. James, has stated no intention of looking into the activities of the Clinton Foundation, whose principle place of business during its heyday, was New York. A review of the surreptitious activities conducted by that organization should raise anyone’s eyebrows, particularly those of an Attorney General, such as Ms. James, enamored with enforcing the law in an impartial manner.
Although there may be legitimate grounds for an investigation of the Trump Foundation, the investigation by Ms. James, is nonetheless at bottom, a partisan endeavor. This is indisputable in light of the fact that she has expressed no intention of investigating what surely is a target-rich environment for any prosecutor, not tainted with partisan animus towards the president.
Once Trump was elected, the duty to be impartial and administer the law in an even-handed and impartial manner has been subverted by the quest of aspiring and ambitious Democratic lawyers who will advance their careers by becoming media stars by virtue of their attacks on president Trump. Ms. Jones Is following in the footsteps of Sally Yates, a former Acting Attorney General, who refused to carry out president Trump’s lawful and constitutional exercise of his power to issue a travel ban. When queried about the factual and legal basis for her refusal to implement the presidential order, Mis. Yates offered absolutely no legal or constitutional rationale for her mutinous decision, only that she was acting in her allegiance to a “higher power.”
A few questions for Attorney General James:
The Clinton Foundation, active while Hillary was preparing to run for president, mysteriously closed its doors once her bid for Chief Executive unceremoniously failed. Does the timing of Hillary’s foundation terminating its “charitable” activities not raise any issues in your inquiring legal mind?
In light of all the nefarious activities in which that “charity” engaged, surely your office, as duty bound to investigate potential violations of the law, would be interested in investigating this foundation.
Those of us concerned about the corruption of institutions of law enforcement at the state and federal level all await, with, bated breath, for your decision on commencing a long-overdue investigation of the sham Clinton Foundation.