Comey Oversaw HSBC Laundered Drug Money Going to the Clinton Foundation

Clerk Note: "If you are faithful in little things, you will be faithful in large ones. But if you are dishonest in little things, you won’t be honest with greater responsibilities."~Luke 16:10

Sen. Clinton is highly qualified and not near the sociopath that Trump is, but she is succeptible to bribes and corruption. Reasons enough not to trust her and to clean out. "Vote your values, not your fears."~Jill Stein, Green Party


Comey Oversaw HSBC Laundered Drug Money Going to the Clinton Foundation


By: Dave Hodges
Date: 2016-07-12

FBI Director is clearly motivated to retain his job after Clinton is elected than he is in performing his sworn duties as an FBI Director. Comey is one of the faces of the criminal enterprise mafia that has taken over the U.S. government. In addition tot he HSBC scandal where he oversaw money laundering from the drug cartels and terrorist groups, he has now been show to have showered the Clinton Foundation with dirty HSBC money.

HSBC is intimately involved with the Clinton Foundation. Their clients include Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, and a plethora of multi-national corporations.  And this is only the tip of the iceberg.

Judicial Watch has detailed  over 200 conflicts of interest associated with the Clinton Foundation and Comey is involved in many of these.

I previously interviewed John Cruz, form VP at HSBC bank, and talks about the fact that he could get no official interest from law enforcement agencies including DHS when he blew the whistle on this criminal organization. Now we know why. And now we know why Comey was appointed to FBI director, because one hand washes the other. And now we know why Clinton has escaped prosecution for her crimes.

The executive branch of the US Government is a criminal enterprise.

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