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According to the American Freedom Fighters, the latest body count associated with the Clintons’ has been updated. All of the people included in the list below have been connected with the Clintons in some form or another, as explained in the description provided. Not included were any deaths that could not be verified or connected to the Clinton scandals. All deaths are listed chronologically by date and current to the best of their knowledge as of January 2014.
In September 2013, Jeri Wright, daughter of Reverend “God Damn America” Wright, and 12 other Democrats were charged with embezzling $16 million in Federal health grants that should have gone to AIDS charities and other programs for the poor and needy.
More than one of the defendants had direct ties to President Barack Obama.
In March 2014 Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s daughter Jeri was found guilty on eleven counts that included money laundering and lying to federal agents.
This week US District Judge Sue E. Myerscough sent Jeri Wright to prison.
The Chicago Sun-Times reported:
Jeri L. Wright, the daughter of President Barack Obama’s former pastor, is headed to jail after a federal judge on Monday revoked a deal that allowed her to remain free as she awaits sentencing on a money-laundering conviction.
U.S. District Judge Sue E. Myerscough ruled that there was probable cause to believe that Wright committed a theft while she was free on bail and ordered Wright detained by U.S. marshals in Springfield, according to Sharon Paul, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney’s office in the Central District of Illinois.
Wright’s attorney, Victor P. Henderson, could not immediately be reached for comment.
Obama is a whiz at fiances, the government is operating in the black.
Via The State
President Barack Obama will head to the AARP Monday afternoon to announce a change in policies affecting retirement accounts — part of a series of moves the White House says is aimed at boosting the middle class.
Obama will call on the Department of Labor to develop a rule that would require retirement advisers to abide by a “fiduciary” standard — mandating that they put their clients’ interest ahead of making a profit.
Unlike doctors or lawyers, financial advisers are not obligated to look out for their clients’ best interests, said Labor Secretary Tom Perez. He said the change would modernize a 40-year-old rule.
“Consumers deserve to know that their adviser is working for them,” he said. Currently, advisers recommendations for retirement plans, including 401(k) plans, must be considered “suitable” but the White House says that can mean high costs and low returns. A report by the White House Council of Economic Advisers estimates that conflicts of interest cost middle-class families who receive “conflicted advice” an average of 1 percentage point lower annual returns on retirement savings. It estimates the losses at $17 billion a year.
If you go back far enough, it is actually possible to find something other than pernicious moonbattery on PBS. This 1987 clip provides historic confirmation that Obama may have been on to something when he recently proclaimed that “Islam has been woven into the fabric of our country since its founding.” All he had to do was add “Resistance to” at the beginning of the statement, and it would have been the truth.
The only difference between our relationship with Islam now and 200 years ago is that back when we were governed by great men rather than ruled by treasonous miscreants, we were willing to do what it takes to defeat evil.
by JUDICIAL WATCH
The twice-deported illegal alien who plotted a Chicago truck bombing with two of the FBI’s “most wanted” terrorists has received a sweetheart plea deal for yet another violation of U.S. federal law 18 USC § 1326 (Unlawful Reentry of a Removed Alien).
In a federal court hearing covered by Judicial Watch, Hector Pedroza-Huerta appeared before the same judge-Frank Montalvo in El Paso, Texas-that also presided over another one of his immigration cases in 2009. After conducting an off-the-record meeting with Pedroza-Huerta’s attorneys, Judge Montalvo issued concurrent sentences of eight and 15 months with no deportation or supervised release for the illegal immigrant.
A restricted court record, labeled “Sealed Statement of Reasons as to Hector Pedroza Huerta,” in Judge Montalvo’s proceedings, probably contains the facts the American public deserves to know about Pedroza-Huerta’s criminality – and perhaps even his pledges of future cooperation with law enforcement and counterterror officials.