In an article published by The Washington Post on August 31, 2016, and written by journalists Matt Zapotosky and Rachel Weiner, titled “As McDonnell Faces Possible Retrial, Clinton Critics Cry Foul ” it is erroneously stated that there is no evidence that Clinton does anything other than meet with wealthy donors and therefore is innocent compared to former Virgina governor McConnell.
In fact what that and other articles on the kind by the mainstream media conveniently overlook is that in many instances it has been documented that Clinton indeed does corruptly adopt “pay to play” strategies to benefit wealthy donors in quid pro quo fashion.
To wit, an e-mail sent to Israeli multi billionaire donor Haim Saban, who has donated millions to her Foundation, dated July 2, 2015 wherein she states that “…I know you agree we need to make countering BDS a priority. I am seeking your advice on how we can work together…”
BDS (Boycott, Divest, and Sanction) is the only effective and constructive peaceful strategy supported by millions of decent, peace aspiring Jews in the U.S. (e.g. Jewish Voice for Peace) and in Europe, Israel and globally, to force Israel to once for all abide by international law and end its violent and abusive occupation and other human rights atrocities which it has meted out on the legitimate autochthonous Palestinian residents for centuries of Palestinian lands since it took over violently about 75% of said lands, and then when int occupied in increasing areas to this day of the about 25% of the lands the Palestinians hanged on to during its 1967 invasions followed by the establishments of settlements in violation of international law.
Politicians who engage in quid pro quo strategies to amass millions of dollars for their campaigns, such as the indicted former governor McDonnell, and such as Hillary Clinton, do damage to the best interests of the United States, are untrustworthy, and by acting like political prostitutes bereft of principles, they corrode and defame our democratic institutions.
Neither former governor McDonnell, nor Hillary Clinton, are fit for public office.