“Money, money, money. You keep it gushin.’ Don’t care if you’re Arab, Wall Street, or Russian.”
Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation’s pay-to-play controversies are spotlighted in a new rap video where high-priced donors are offered the “keys to the nation” in exchange for cold, hard cash.
In the video, an actress playing Clinton gleefully dances around the Oval Office as money rains down around her.
The narrator raps: “If you want to get to the top, don’t let the rules hold you back. Pay my foundation for the keys to the nation. Money, money, money. You keep it gushin.’ Don’t care if you’re Arab, Wall Street, or Russian.”
The $1 million video ad was put out by the Future45 Super PAC, which is targeting millennial voters in battleground states.
Clinton is currently embroiled in two FBI criminal investigations: One for her use of a secret, unsecured email server, and another over accusations that her family’s “charity” may have done political favors for individuals and foreign states in exchange for piles of cash.
While Hillary is a self-proclaimed champion for women, she has been slammed for accepting millions of dollars in donations from foreign states like Saudi Arabia that oppress, abuse, rape and murder women.
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