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Politicians as a group are a unique breed in that unlike most professions they have the power to affect directly the lives of every man, woman and child on planet earth, either for good or evil.

It’s an awesome responsibility and as such requires constant vigilance of those few who hold the power of even life and death within their hands.

America is equally unique in that our form of governance attempts to check those who hold this massive power by those, like our Founders, who foresaw and witnessed the seamy and sordid underbelly of those corrupt politicians who grasp power by any means necessary.

It seems that one such politician is Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who is being investigated by the FBI for accepting illegal contributions.

Federal officials say for the past several months, the FBI has been looking at whether McAuliffe's 2013 campaign for governor of Virginia accepted political contributions that were forbidden by federal law.

Moreover McAuliffe is a one-time board member of the Clinton Global Initiative, the foundation set up by former President Bill Clinton and likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Records show more than 100 donors contributed to both the Clinton Foundation and McAuliffe's campaign, which do doubt drew the interest of both the FBI and various watchdog groups.

Federal investigators are especially interested in a Chinese politician named Wang Wenliang’s and his contributions to both the Clinton Foundation and McAuliffe’s campaign.

What seems apparent by both the Clintons and McAuliffe is their connections to foreign nationals, which under U.S election laws is illegal, and of course the Clinton Foundation itself is being investigated for its claim of being a non-profit charitable organization while its “tax-exempt” Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) failed to disclose foreign donations it received while Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State. Bill Clinton’s direct involvement, giving lucrative speeches to the tune of untold millions of dollars, and instances of $500,000 paid by a Russian investment bank and $750,000 to address a telecom conference in China is also of interest… does the term ”pay to play” ring a bell?

Sources: NBC, Breitbart

 

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