Hillary Clinton has been hounding on Donald Trump this election for being friendly with Putin. You’d think that would be viewed as a good thing for when it comes to the relationship between the U.S. and Russia. Not like Hillary Clinton would know. Back in 2009, she tried to mend the fractured relationship between the US and Russia by gifting them a physical “reset button” as a symbolic gesture.
Yes – really. No wonder our relationship with Russia has only worsened since then.
But Trump could change that. The Russians, including Putin, love Trump. Hillary Clinton – not so much. In fact, Hillary seems to be implying now that she’d go to war with Russia, presumably because their alleged role in the recent email hacks against the DNC and other Democrats. Hillary dislikes the truth coming to light so much that she’ll threaten a war to make it stop.
But when it comes to relationships with Putin, want to take a guess at who has a strong financial one with the Kremlin? Hillary’s campaign chairman of course.
As Clash Daily reported:
n the newly-uncovered email exchanged under the subject “Podesta Outstanding Docs for Joule,” Eryn Sepp, who was an assistant to Podesta at the Center for American Progress, forwarded a message to Podesta from Mark C. Solakian, who was Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Joule Unlimited Technologies, Inc.
“It is my understanding that John transferred the resulting 75,000 common shares from the option exercise to the Leonidio LLC.,” Slovakian wrote in a January 2014 email, referencing the Delaware-based holding company. “As such, we would need to edit the Transfer of Share Agreement to reflect the transfer of 75,000 common shares to the LLC.”
…“The disclosure that Clinton Chair John Podesta transferred his shares in Putin-backed Joule Unlimited to an anonymous holding company when he joined the Obama Administration is extremely concerning,” said Donald Trump Senior Communications Advisor Jason Miller in a statement.
Podesta failed to fully disclose his position on Joule Unlimited’s board of directors and include it in his federal financial disclosures, as required by law, before he became President Obama’s senior adviser.
Clinton campaign chief owned 75,000 shares in Putin-connected energy company: https://t.co/zdPwqvRGnK
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 13, 2016
Ironically, it’s Podesta who was the subject of the latest Wikileaks hack.
Donald Trump gets attacked for Putin daring to say nice things about him, while his attackers are happy to benefit from Putin financially. Is there any doubt over which is worse?