Newt Gingrich said that Hillary Clinton’s dishonesty could quickly destroy the nation. A strong statement considering a majority of Americans only believe that her deception is merely a symptom of her drive to be filthy rich and President of the United States. If anyone still has any doubt about Clinton’s insidious character (or, her husband Bills’), you need only read “Partners In Crime” by Jerome R. Corsi. The book exhaustively details and traces the alleged criminal activities of the Clintons, and many of their dubious associates (some who have ended up in prison for their fraudulent actions), through the operation of their “charitable” organizations including the “Clinton Foundation” and several of the entity’s criminal offshoots. Corsi opines, and meticulously details his assertions that the Clintons have used their government positions to steal money. Because a quid-pro-quo case of proving political favor for money against the Clintons is too onerous, Corsi focuses on the concept of “inurement” (operating a charity for personal gain) as opposed to bribery to demonstrate the fraudulent activities of the Clinton charities. He is very convincing. The book is somewhat impenetrable or dense at times, possibly because of the careful documentation. Because of this, the book does not read smoothly. Corsi presents more like a prosecutor than an exciting historian.
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