Saudi Government Pays Him $140,000 a Month – He Also Bundles Financing for This Candidate
Unraveling the web of power and money connections that Hillary Clinton somehow manages to find herslf smack in the middle of is stranger than fiction.
In yet another crony connection that seems straight out of a House of Cards episode, we now find the Saudi’s paying Tony Podesta, Hillary’s campaign chief John Podesta’s brother, $140,000 a month.
Oh, by the way, Tony Podesta also happens to be the main financial bundler for the Democratic Party and the Clinton Campaign.
On Wednesday, the Washington Post reported:
The Saudi government and its affiliates have spent millions of dollars on U.S. law, lobby and public relations firms to raise the country’s visibility in the United States and before the United Nations at a crucial time.
And some of Washington’s premier law and lobby firms — including Podesta Group, BGR Government Affairs, DLA Piper and Pillsbury Winthrop — have been tasked with the job, according to a review of Justice Department filings.
The Post added some specifics about the Saudi contract with the Podesta Group but failed to report the significant detail that the firm’s owner, who is personally working on the Saudi account, is John Podesta’s brother. The Post only identified Tony Podesta as “a top Democratic lobbyist and major contributor to Hillary Clinton.”
Tony Podesta is a financial bundler for the Democratic Party, including Clinton’s campaigns.
Please keep in mind, this is the same Saudi government that threatens to dump $750 billion of U.S. Treasuries unless Obama kills a 9/11 report that points the finger at Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the attacks.
Now here’s the big question:
Other than Donald Trump, what other GOP Presidential candidate would challenge Hillary on this connection?