New Hillary Clinton Emails Point to “Significant” Financial Support from Foreign Operatives
Washington DC – As the FBI continues to sift through the nearly 15,000 emails recently recovered from the servers of Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, they’ve already discovered multiple emails hinting at significant financial links between the Democratic candidate and the former Secretary of State.
One source told us they uncovered “close to one-thousand” emails sent from Middle-Eastern princes and African warlords to Hillary Clinton making arrangements for financial transactions that totaled “hundreds of millions of dollars.”
The source reported that, “Secretary Clinton’s email servers were loaded down with emails from embattled foreign leaders soliciting her assistance in supporting their claim to power and, to a fault, they promised significant financial incentives for Secretary Clinton to allocate resources aid them.”
Excerpts from one such email reveal it was sent from “Abdu Valhalla,” a prince whose father had been killed by rebels and who promised to send Secretary Clinton “($9,500,00) Nine Hundred and Fifty Million United States American Dollars” from “a Prime African Bank” as payment for her support. Mr. Valhalla asked for “SECRECY and CONFIDENCE” and promised to generously reward “full co-operation.”
As of right now the FBI has no definite proof that Secretary Clinton forwarded her banking information to any of the “many, many foreign operatives” that contacted her for support.