Let’s pick up right where we left off in the discussion revolving HSBC and Hillary Clinton. For those just tuning in, both parties are involved in a massive scandal. Here are five more things you didn’t know about it.
6. WND FINDS CONNECTION WITH HSBC AND CLINTON FOUNDATION
After the recent arrest, WND went on to conduct a search for the bank’s connection to Hillary and her foundation. Hence, they found a huge offshore financial network that includes thousands of transactions. These transactions extend farther than they originally anticipated and open the door for more criminal charges.
7. MYSTERIOUS MONEY FLOWING INTO CLINTON AND HSBC
In February of 2015, the London Guardian reported that $81 million, from several wealthy donors, mysteriously flowing into Hillary’s foundation. This is all through a very controversial, tax-free account in Geneva. French newspaper Le Monde also helped with the leak that puts Hillary on the map for a serious crime. Since then, evidence continues to mount on more than 50 other media outlets around the world.
8. HSBC AND CLINTON CONSPIRACY SPARK PANAMA PAPERS
Upon finding out all this dirty information, WND wanted to take it a step further. That step resulted in the “Panama Papers“, a huge leak of more than 11.5 million records of the files of the Mossack Fonseca law firm. Furthermore, the Panama Papers reveal that major financial institutions take part in offshore havens and tax evasion schemes.
9. HSBC AND HILLARY CLINTON ALL OVER THE PANAMA PAPERS
If one were to search for “Hillary” or just about any member of her family, they will find tens of thousands of transactions via shady offshore investment companies. However, Hillary has yet to stand trial for these accusations.
10. HSBC AND BILL CLINTON USED SHELL COMPANY
If the Panama Papers weren’t enough to give Hillary a bad name, something by the name of “the India Scam” make Hillary Clinton’s husband Bill look less than favorable. In chapter 8 of this document, it’s revealed that Bill used WJC LLC as a shell company in which to move money through offshore accounts.