The mainstream media are shaking its collective heads over the latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails that were released Monday.
Judicial Watch released 725 pages of State Department documents, which suggest a “pay-to-play” scheme with Clinton Foundation donors gaining special access to Clinton when she served as secretary of state.
Clip via ABC News
ABC News reported Tuesday that the crown prince of Bahrain was unable to secure an audience with Secretary Clinton until a Clinton Foundation executive intervened on his behalf, telling senior aide Huma Abedin that the prince was “a good friend of ours.”
Within 48 hours the prince got his meeting, ABC News chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross reported.
Bahrain had given the foundation between $50,000 and $100,000.
Clinton promised the Senate at her confirmation hearing that foundation donors would receive no special access or treatment if she were confirmed as secretary of state in 2009.
Until now, the mainstream media has been Clinton’s biggest cover, either glossing over unfavorable stories or ignoring them altogether.
That long-held policy appears to be crumbling. The only question that remains is how soon before the next domino falls.
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