Remember when Hillary Clinton violated federal campaign finance laws and was “punished” with a mere slap on the wrist plus a small fine?
By Ethan Huff // Jun 10, 2024

It has been eight years since two-time failed presidential wannabe Hillary Clinton's campaign was fined $8,000 for violating federal campaign finance laws to try to steal the 2016 election from Donald Trump. Clinton's crimes were arguably worse than what Trump was recently convicted for, and yet Clinton was let off the hook with little more than a slap on the wrist.

Clinton's crimes involved misreporting funding for the infamous Steele Dossier as "legal services" and "legal and compliance consulting." These designations were lies that aimed to conceal the true intent of the payments, which were used to create a phony document falsely accusing Trump of colluding with the Russians to win the 2016 election.

"Actually this 'opposition research' was an attempt to smear her opponent with false and salacious allegations," tweeted entrepreneur David Sacks (@DavidSacks) of Craft Ventures and Glue (artificial intelligence). "Obviously, it was also intended to influence the 2016 election."

Since Trump was just convicted on 34 felony counts for influencing the election with a $130,000 "hush money" payment, one would think that Clinton would have incurred at least the same wrath and punishment. Instead, Clinton still roams free.

"Moreover, Hillary's campaign was headquartered in New York State (out of Brooklyn, NY), which would make it fall under the jurisdiction of New York Penal Law §175.10, the state law which makes it a felony to falsify business records with the intent to conceal the commission of a crime," Sacks added.

(Related: Hillary Clinton is one of Biden's puppet masters who, along with Barack Obama, is secretly running the country from behind the curtain.)

SEC Chairman Gary Gensler committed crimes for Hillary Clinton

The difference between Clinton's crimes and Trump's crimes is that Clinton is a protected political species while Trump is apparently an apolitical underdog candidate who was never supposed to win the 2016 election.

Clinton and her cronies thought they had the 2016 election in the bag until Trump achieved a surprising victory. Ever since then, there has been a political witch hunt against Trump to disqualify or somehow stop him from assuming office again in 2025.

"What is the key distinction between Hillary's campaign violation versus recent news?" Sacks asks. "With Hillary's violation, there wasn't a Manhattan prosecutor politically motivated to bring an unprecedented case to trial."

Another difference between Clinton and Trump is that Clinton has "friends," or at least people who are afraid of being suicided by the Clinton Crime Family, in high places who cover for her. One of them is Gary Gensler, the current chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Gensler recorded the phony transactions on behalf of Clinton, only to later be appointed as top dog of the SEC – coincidence? The answer is hardly.

"In the eye of New York he committed a much greater crime so why don't they pursue it?" asked the "Vincent" X account (@CaliVincent2023) about Gensler and why he is allowed to hold such an esteemed office.

Clinton, by the way, used campaign funds to commit her crimes, for which she still walks free. Trump, conversely, used his own personal funds to pay the $130,000 hush money bill, for which he now bears 34 felony convictions.

"Seems like she can still be prosecuted," tweeted "Nice Guy P" (@RealPJPaul) on X about Clinton.

"All the same things that tolled the statutes of limitations in Trump's case are present here. While we're at it, I'm sure some of Bill Clinton's sexual harassment / assault victims will step up to use the same NY Law E. Jean Carroll used."

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