After reading the article below at The Patriot Post, libNOT.com’s staff decided it appropriate to starting singing that old Barbra Streisand hit, “Memories!” Was it Bill or Hillary that had past contributer problems….maybe it was both?! It’s downright amazing that Ms. Streisand, that articulate fiction writer for the extreme left, will be connected to Ms. Hillary via song lyrics.
They’re both so cute, aren’t they?
The campaign of Hillary Clinton, the presidential candidate just endorsed by Communist dictator Fidel Castro, turned over $23,000 in campaign donations to charity this week after learning that the donor of the money, Norman Hsu, has a warrant out for his arrest that dates back to the 1990s. Hsu was arrested in 1991 for collecting $1 million from investors for a contract that didn’t exist. (Hsu’s lawyer says his client doesn’t recall pleading no contest to grand theft, or being obliged to serve three years’ prison time. How convenient.) While he’s been on the lam, Hsu has been one of Clinton’s biggest fundraisers and contributors. The FEC reports Hsu has given $119,000 since 2004, but there is sure to be much more money with his fingerprints on it.
The Wall Street Journal found that Hsu might have been circumventing legal limits by donating cash under other names. A family living in a “working-class” neighborhood outside of San Francisco has donated $45,000 to Clinton in the last two years. The level of their donations clearly does not match the 64-year-old father’s $49,000 annual income as a letter carrier. (It reminds one of Al Gore’s “no controlling legal authority” trip to a Buddhist temple in 1996, at which he raked in plenty of cash laundered by one John Huang.) Documents are likely to prove that Hsu, who once listed that modest house as an address, donated the money under the family name.