May 2, 2016
Although the story has received scant attention in the mainstream media, a racketeering lawsuit has been filed against departing FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg – and among the charges listed in the complaint is the claim that she bribed both Hillary Clinton and President Obama to gain her appointment as head of the agency.
The lawsuit alleges that Hamburg, her hedge fund executive husband David Hamburg, and the FDA conspired to cover up the health dangers of the drug Levaquin – a drug that may have killed more than 5,000 people, and one which David Hamburg had a financial interest in, due to his position as a major shareholder of Johnson & Johnson stock, the company that manufactured Levaquin.
The Hamburgs failed to disclose the “clear-cut” conflict of interest regarding the hundreds of millions invested in Johnson & Johnson stock by David Hamburg’s hedge fund, Renaissance Technologies, L.L.C.
FDA commissioner bribed Hillary for nomination to the post, says lawsuit
Along with the racketeering charges, the lawsuit revealed that:
“Dr. Margaret A. Hamburg was nominated as a result of huge political and other gratuities to Hillary Clinton and The Clinton Foundation, and at Mrs. Clinton’s recommendation. …
“Defendant Hamburg, on behalf of all of the Defendants as part of this racketeering conspiracy, gave political contributions and gratuities to Hillary Clinton in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008 to induce Mrs. Clinton to recommend and push for Defendant Hamburg to be nominated by President Obama.”
This revelation will come as no surprise to those already aware of Clinton’s track record as a “politician-for-hire” to anyone who coughs up enough cash in campaign fund contributions.
As Mike Adams, founder and editor of Natural News, and author of the new book Food Forensics wrote:
“From what we now know about the Clinton Foundation’s deep financial ties to Big Pharma and Wall Street hedge funds, none of this comes as any sort of surprise. In fact, while these allegations may have been easily dismissed as a ‘conspiracy theory’ in 2008, so much more awakening has happened among the American public that they are now likely to be understood as an ‘actual conspiracy’ being carried out among the political and financial elite who routinely conspire against the people in order to enrich themselves.”
Hillary’s long history of influence-peddling
If Hillary Clinton is elected president, we can expect to see a huge increase of influence-buying activity in Washington. Her record shows numerous examples of influence-peddling on her part, stretching back to her career in the U.S. Senate.
From The Washington Times:
“Hillary Rodham Clinton’s efforts to provide favors to major donors to her husband’s global charity or her own political career stretch back far earlier than her tenure as America’s top diplomat, dating to the time she served as a U.S. senator and had the power to earmark federal funds and influence legislation, records show.
“For instance, Mrs. Clinton introduced a bill when she was New York’s junior senator that allowed a donor to the Clinton Foundation to use tax-exempt bonds to build a shopping center in Syracuse, New York, public records show.
“She also went to bat for Freddie Mac, working to defeat legislation that would have subjected the mortgage giant to tougher regulations before the housing bubble burst and led to a major recession. That same year, Freddie Mac donated $50,000 to $100,000 to her husband’s charity, originally called the William J. Clinton Foundation records show.”
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Her refusal to disclose the transcripts of paid speeches made to Goldman Sachs and other large banks, her acceptance of contributions from foreign nations, and her campaigning abroad on behalf of the fracking industry, are just a few examples of her shady dealings with powerful special interests.
Electing Hillary Clinton will be tantamount to painting a big “For Sale” sign on the doors of every federal agency in Washington.
Is that really what this nation wants or deserves?