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Corruption Exposure: New Wikileaks DNC Dump Proves Public Offices Sold To Highest Bidder



As promised, Wikileaks just released more email documentation exposing the massive fraud that has taken over our country from its visceral innards. If you thought Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s resignation from a five-year tenure as the Democratic National Committee chair over the 20,000 incriminating emails concerning Hillary Clinton’s toxic history was big news – it’s only just begun

Hacker, Guccifer 2.0 just released another slew of damning emails that seem to implicate not just the Democratic Party and the Clinton Campaign, but also our acting president, Mr. Obama, himself.

To further tarnish any reputation for neutrality on the part of the DNC, an email dated May 18, 2016, from Jacquelyn Lopez, an attorney with the law firm Perkins Coie, asked DNC staff if they could set up a brief call “to go over our process for handling donations from donors who have given us pay to play letters.”

It turns out the DNC did not act alone in its corrupt behavior.

As the leaked emails state, President Obama was pretty much auctioning off important political positions for large donations while  Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state. The largest donor who contributed more than $3.5 million, Matthew Barzun, was given the lofty position of U.S. Ambassador to Sweden from 2009 to 2011, and then served as President Obama’s National Finance Chair during his 2012 reelection campaign. That ‘pay to play money’ also bought him a position as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, which he still holds.

Two more multi-million dollar donors were given positions as chairman of the FCC, and Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade.

The Guardian has implied that this is common practice for Obama,

Barack Obama has rewarded some of his most active campaign donors with plum jobs in foreign embassies, with the average amount raised by recent or imminent appointees soaring to $1.8m per post, according to a Guardian analysis,” wrote Dan Roberts. “The practice is hardly a new feature of U.S. politics, but career diplomats in Washington are increasingly alarmed at how it has grown. One former ambassador described it as the selling of public office.”

So, for a mere $1.8 million per post, you too can have a political position of power.

Should you think that an ambassador position is simply about pomp and circumstance, consider that the long-secret ’28-pages’ concerning the 9-11 disaster revealed Prince Bandar, a former head of Saudi secret services, and a former Ambassador to the United States, is directly tied to the planning of 9/11.

The declassified documents still only reveal part of the full picture, but now that we see a history of massive corruption from both sides of the political fence, how can there be any doubt left in a person’s mind that our country hasn’t been hijacked by some nefarious entity.

Henry Ford once said, “It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”

Ford’s statement is important in light of the ongoing Wikileaks revelations because there is mounting proof that money controls every aspect of government. This fact is being brought to the public consciousness like never before. Everyone knows by now, that our governments are corrupt, but they likely didn’t know the true depth of the problem, nor how this corruption really started. That is why people argue over whether or not someone stands for the National Anthem, or become polarized in a Trump vs. Hillary debate. These are but distractions from a big-bellied dragon lurking beneath all the political rhetoric.

Who controls almost every aspect of our government, media, and even philanthropic institutions? Those with the most money. And who are these people? Watch the video below to truly understand.

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