Hillary Clinton talks a big game. She stumps on a platform of regulating Wall Street and taking on the big moneyed interests in Washington. But if you take a look at her FEC records, you might wonder why she says these things. It seems she has taking more than $15 million from the very interests she says she will take on as president. If what she says is actually true, then you might wonder why those people have paid her so much money. It’s unreasonable to think that those interests are giving her money in order to promote being regulated and scrutinized by the next president of the United States. But it doesn’t stop there. In a recent interview with Fox News, Thor Halvorssen exposes an even more frightening money trail to the Clinton campaign.
Thor Halvorssen is the founder of the Human Rights Foundation and has spent his entire life going after authoritarian dictators around the world and helping to ease the pain of their human rights violations. In the interview, Thor Halvorssen exposes the fact that Hillary Clinton has accepted millions of dollars from these brutal dictators, leaders of countries like Bahrain, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. The world-famous human rights activist is afraid that these campaign contributions will lead to quid pro quo favors down the road. It seems that if Hillary Clinton is elected president, she will do little to curb the human rights violations of authoritarian dictators and may even turn a blind eye to their criminal acts.
This was all exposed after the stunning climax of this three-minute interview that went all wrong for the Fox News network. The news network was trying to use the interview as a bludgeoning tool against Bernie Sanders and his democratic socialist stance. It seems they were trying to use Thor Halvorssen as a pawn in their smear piece, asking the human rights activist why socialism is a violation of basic human rights. But Thor Halvorssen doesn’t let them smear Bernie Sanders or his agenda, telling the hostess that he supports Bernie Sanders and has contributed the maximum amount of money allowable to his campaign.