NEW Missing State Department Email Brings The Clintons Under FIRE – This Time It’s… [VIDEO]

NEW Missing State Department Email Brings The Clintons Under FIRE – This Time It’s… [VIDEO]

Chelsea Clinton hasn’t been bashful at all about taking a lead role in her mother’s presidential campaign. She was the one that introduced Hillary in Philadelphia at the Democratic National Convention this past July. She has also not been shy about taking her own personal swings at her mother’s opponent, Donald Trump, no more so than a recent interview she gave just this last week.


Chelsea, like any good daughter, has been a major contributor to her parents many endeavors over the past years…so how surprising would it be if there were traces of her involvement in Hillary’s biggest scandal of them all?

Chelsea Clinton’s husband, international financier Marc Mezvinsky, took a major hit, losing A LOT of money…money that of course belonged to his clients. He had placed $25 million, betting that the insanely mismanaged economy of Greece was going to make a triumphant turn-around due to a massive pile of money from other better managed members of the European Union like Germany.

It turns out that the Washington Examiner dug some more into the matter, finding that Mezvinsky was betting that an international Greek bailout would raise the price of Greek bonds. Mesvinsky and investors in his hedge fund, Eaglevale Hellenic Opportunity, bought up Greek stocks and government debt, expecting to get away thick as thieves from private profit off massive public spending…fits right into the Clinton Clan.

The investment of course went south, with Mezvinsky’s investors losing about half of the hedge fund’s $25 million by early 2015. By May of this year, the rest of the funds were virtually gone, which led to Mezvinsky closing down Eaglevale Hellenic for good.

What makes all this very engrossing is that those investors who gave their trust to Hillary Clinton’s son-in-law, also turned out to be huge donors not only to the Clinton Foundation, but also to Hillary Clinton’s political campaigns. Geez, right?

The Washington Examiner puts it this way:

Investors in the fund included Marc Lasry, CEO of Avenue Capital Group, and Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Lasry has donated up to $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation, records show. Goldman Sachs executives, in addition to being foundation donors, have given Hillary Clinton more than $200,000 for her presidential campaign, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

The California Public Employees Retirement System, known as CalPERS, invested $6.5 million in Eaglevale in May 2012, CalPERS records show.


So, what business did the American State Department during Hillary’s reign have sharing government data with outside groups, especially financial ones?

That’s hard to say, because the State Department has oh so conveniently “lost” the original email in question that gave information on the trades and deals. There’s no misinterpreting the content when the subject line of the email refers directly to the Greek bonds – “Solidarity Bonds Greece Revised” — and therefore to Marc Mezvinsky’s business, but the email itself and its attachment are now gone, thanks to Hillary’s insanely corrupt State Department.

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