Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Clintons and Democrats Kill Report on Clintons' Corruption

Do you remember that a special prosecutor was appointed to investigate Henry Cisneros, who was Clinton's Housing Secretary? Do you remember that Cisneros consequently found guilty of lying to the FBI about making payments to his mistress to buy her silence? Whether you do or do not remember the investigation, you do not remember the final report because it has never been released. The special prosecutor's report has been delayed many times by many motions to keep the report away from the public. Why? As William John Hagan put it:

While, apparently, neither Bill nor Hillary Clinton were involved in Cisneros’ crime it appears that the special prosecutor’s final report, due out just in time for her 2006 Senate campaign, will reveal that both Clinton’s misused their power while in office and used the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a weapon against their enemies. Judicial Watch has pointed out that the Clinton’s ordered IRS audits of The National Rifle Association, The Heritage Foundation, The National Review, The American Spectator, Freedom Alliance, National Center for Public Policy Research, American Policy Center, American Cause, Citizens Against Government Waste, Citizens for Honest Government, Progress and Freedom Foundation, Concerned Women for America and the San Diego Chapter of Christian Coalition. They didn’t limit this abuse of power to organizations; they also allegedly ordered audits of individuals such as Bill O’Reilly of Fox News; Clinton paramours Gennifer Flowers and Elizabeth Ward Gracen; sexual assault accusers Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddrick, and fired White House Travel Office Director Billy Dale.
In other words, the prosecutor's report contains political dynamite. The report would damage Hillary Clinton's hope to become president and would put the lie to the Democrats' supposed concern about White House corruption.

Apparently, the Democrats realize better than the Republicans do how explosive the report is. The Democrats in the Senate outmaneuvered the Republicans in negotiations over a spending bill, resulting in an end soon to the special prosecutor's office and putting the final report in cold storage.

The clock is ticking. Senate Republicans need to wake up and force the release of the report. Contact your senators (if Republicans) to push them to get this report released and to keep the special prosecutor's office alive if necessary to get that done.

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