Senate Committee on the Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley has launched a new investigation into Hillary Clinton’s efforts to prevent a Bangladesh government corruption probe of Muhammad Yunus, who is a Clinton Foundation donor and a close Clinton friend.
Can you say corrupt? Because that is what Hillary is!
This is the first new investigation of Hillary since her election loss.
Accompanying the announcement is a letter from Grassley detailing the allegations that Hillary, while Secretary of State, “pressured the government of Bangladesh, including its Prime Minister, Sheik Hasina, to terminate a corruption investigation into a Clinton Global Initiative donor, Dr. Muhammad Yunus.”
The letter, addressed to the current Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, also cites allegations that “State Department officials threatened the Prime Minister’s son, Sajeeb Wazed, with an IRS audit if he did not attempt to get his mother to terminate the investigation.”
It also acknowledges the Prime Minister confirmed Hillary’s involvement in 2011 via a demand for Yunus to be reinstated as chairman of a government-affiliated bank.
“Secretary Clinton’s actions have raised reasonable suspicions that she violated [conflict of interest] rules and undermined the public’s confidence in the integrity of the State Department.
“It is vital to determine whether the State Department had any role in the threat of an IRS audit against the son of the Prime Minister in retaliation for this investigation.”
The letter ends with:
“I anticipate your written reply and some responsive documents will be unclassified. Please send all unclassified material directly to the committee.”
According to The Daily Caller, Yunus lost his position at Grameen Bank in 2011 “as a result of the Bangladesh government’s review of his financial mismanagement of the bank and its ‘micro-credit’ loan program for poor peasants.”
The outlet states that Yunus himself allegedly diverted $100 million intended for Grameen into other organizations he is associated with.
“He was forced to resign under a law making 60 the maximum age for the bank’s top position,” the outlet continues. “Yunus was 70 at the time.” —Read More
According to reports, Clinton and Yunus are “decades-long” friends.
This isn’t looking good for Clinton.
Grassley attached some 2011 emails to his statement that indicated Hillary was concerned at news of Yunus’ ordeal. She wrote “sad indeed” in one email.
Hillary has yet to respond to this news.
But don’t worry, if an investigation on Trump opens up, she’ll be the first one to call him out…
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