“Clinton Cash” a documentary


Just watched this.  It is well worth seeing and has been watched on U tube by 1.5 million as of now.  Send me a link to an analogous film on Trump.  pl


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18 Responses to “Clinton Cash” a documentary

  1. Tyler says:

    Does that even exist?

  2. Bobo says:

    Just put ” the coming credit crisis” or “the coming financial crisis” into Google and off you go to the other thousand guys saying roughly the same thing. They seem to say it every year so I’m sure they will be right someday. Now Donald Trump said roughly the same thing earlier this year but he was selling something else. I’ve actually heard similar thoughts from a few guys I highly respect.
    Who knows but the market seems to keep rising, commodities are at the low end and there still seems to be more stuff in the stores than there ever was.
    Now if you really want to get a scare take a look at http://www.usdebtclock.org

  3. Fred says:

    God help us.

  4. robt willmann says:

    I am aware of three documentaries about Donald Trump. I have found only one place where one of them can be viewed free of charge.
    1. “Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?”
    The documentary seems to be sponsored by ESPN and is about the United States Football League (USFL), which started in the early 1980’s. Trump got involved when he bought the New Jersey Generals. It starts to talk about Trump and the USFL at around 16 minutes into the video, and also includes an interview in 2009 with him about the league, and he cut the interview short. The documentary is on dailymotion.com, and seems to have an advertisement show up about every 5 minutes or so. You may need to turn on “cookies” in the browser (not sure), and the video is here–
    2. “You’ve Been Trumped”
    This one was released in 2011, and is about Trump getting some land in Scotland to build a golf course and resort, and describes his pushy methods to get the land and get the project moving. It begins with events in 2010. The documentary can be seen on the Internet, but you have to pay to view it, usually around $3.
    3. “Trump: What’s the Deal?”
    This documentary was completed in 1991. At that time the only outlets were television and movie theaters (other than VHS video players). Trump threatened to sue the makers of the film. They could not get a distributor for it or a network to show it. I think it played a couple of times at one theater. It sat gathering dust until this election cycle started. At first you could watch it for free on its website, but then it too became one that required a payment to view. There might be a site showing it for around $3, and iTunes wants $7.99 to watch it–
    After the election season got underway, I bought the DVD videos of “Small Potatoes” and “You’ve Been Trumped”. I have not yet seen “Trump: What’s the Deal?”.
    The “Clinton Cash” documentary is a good one.

  5. Doug Colwell says:

    “You’ve been trumped ” is free on youtube, but to me it does not compare to “Clinton cash”. The phrase “Clinton crime family” resonates for good reason.

  6. LondonBob says:

    You would have to go back to LBJ to get someone comparable to HRC.

  7. ISL says:

    Dear Colonel,
    Could only watch about half due to an onset of nausea. Its one thing to robin hood the Saudis (though the Clinton Foundation has engendered more of a quid pro quo with the kingdom), but Haiti after the earthquake? So who’s spot in hell was Madelaine Albright referencing for women who dont help women (screw the impoverished Haitian families, including the women).
    Bill:” Hey Hill, where on the White House lawn do you want the “for sale” to go? Worked all last night on the new pricing schedule for access.

  8. ToivoS says:

    Obviously there is not going to be anything about Trump abusing public office (unless it can be shown that he bribed some building inspector or zoning official) since he has not held public office. But this stuff on Hillary and how she and Bill raked in the big bucks as SOS. Wow. I knew it was bad but I had no idea how bad. Uranium One was well covered by the NY Times and there were many suggestions before about Bill’s cozy relationship with Kagame of Rwanda. But there was so much more. One point that the producers of “Clinton’s Cash’ did not mention was Hillary’s opposition to increasing the minimum wage above 61 cents an hour in Haiti. I wonder if that decision was related to the donation the Haitian apparel manufacturers made to the Clinton Foundation?
    In any case colonel thanks for the link.

  9. Fred says:

    Scotland has a warlord accused of war crimes making deals for land for golf courses?

  10. Edward Amame says:

    A little bit of Googling reveals that the guy who wrote the book “Clinton Cash” is partisan – a GOP “activist” (and former Sarah Palin FP advisor) with a history of suspect reporting. A slew of news organizations from Time to ABC News looked into the book’s findings and said that evidence to back up its charges is “lacking.” Which the author admitted on ABC news.
    This is just Atwater-style dirty tricks.

  11. turcopolier says:

    Edward Amame
    Yes. He is a partisan. So are you. I have seen men convicted of felony offenses on exactly this kind of circumstantial evidence. pl

  12. Edward Amame says:

    Col Lang
    Except the Clinton Cash author isn’t remotely interested in “beyond a reasonable doubt.”

  13. turcopolier says:

    Edward Amame
    Why should he be? He is in the court of public opinion and he is a polemicist like you. pl

  14. Edward Amame says:

    Col Lang
    Court of public opinion? Clinton Cash is not being marketed as an opinion piece but rather as an exposé.
    I’m the polemicist? Pardon me Col, but you’re the guy who said he was going to try to help take Clinton down with your blog. I’d have kept my yap shut if I thought Clinton Cash was anything other than a hatchet job.
    And for the record, I’m not sure the Trump video isn’t a hatchet job too. I just don’t know who the guy is who did it.

  15. turcopolier says:

    Edward Amame
    “you’re the guy who said he was going to try to help take Clinton down with your blog” Where or when did I say that? You are making up your own facts. pl

  16. So the Clintons are in hot pursuit of the American entrepreneurial dream; to accumulate more and more money by doing whatever they can get away with in pursuit of that money. Maybe at one time they truly believed in the causes they once espoused, but it’s all self-enrichment now. This documentary does a pretty good job of shining a light on the case against the Clintons. I wonder if the FBI is investigating the CGI or are they going through the motions. Let’s face it. The American dream of getting filthy rich drives a lot of behavior across this nation and especially in DC and NYC. Seems that once one gets infected by the disease of greed, it accelerates rapidly until it is all consuming.

  17. Edward Amame says:

    Col Lang,
    You’re right, my apologies. I thought I recalled a post of yours that send you’d use this site as a vehicle to stop a Clinton presidency. I checked your archives for the last couple of months and could find nothing to that effect. Again, my apologies.

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