Alarming Claim: How Clinton’s Pay-To-Play Scheme Impacted Syrian War


Disturbing new details continue to come forth surrounding the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails.

According to a source within the NYPD, the laptop which the FBI recovered from former congressman Anthony Weiner contained 662,871 emails, and 11,112 of those belonged to his wife, Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s right-hand assistant and adviser.

Many of the emails contained evidence of “pay to play” operations, where individuals and even foreign governments made donations to the Clinton Foundation, or to the Clinton Global Initiative, in order to receive special favors.

One such “pay to play” arrangement was with Qatar.

Reuters reported Friday that the Clinton Foundation has confirmed that it did indeed accept a $1 million gift from Qatar during the time Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.

When she became Secretary of State in 2009, Clinton had signed an ethics agreement regarding the Clinton Foundation, agreeing to let the State Department review any donations from foreign governments.

However, the $1 million gift from Qatar was not submitted for review.  Foundation spokesman Brian Cookstra said this week that the gift “did not amount to a material increase” in the country’s support for the Clinton charity.

The gift from Qatar was promised in 2011, supposedly for Bill Clinton’s 65th birthday, but hacked emails from John Podesta’s account indicate the check was presented in 2012.

What did Qatar get in return?    This is where the red flags go up.   From here we will share information published  Thursday from a fairly new media outlet who appears to have done their homework well.   The validity of all the following details have not yet been verified, but it is deemed worthy of serious consideration:

The Qatar money is of particular interest because it seems to prove that Hillary Clinton received about a Million Dollars from Qatar after the Syrian President, Bashar Assad, REFUSED to allow Qatar to run a natural gas pipeline through Syria to supply gas to Europe.

Shortly after that million was donated, seven (7) experienced operatives from the CIA were dispatched to Syria on orders from the US State Department which Clinton headed.  Those 7 CIA operatives created the Free Syrian Army (FSA), to begin efforts to forcibly overthrow President Assad of Syria.  The operatives recruited Jihadis and others and began launching attacks inside Syria to destabilize its government, while the State Department churned out a media onslaught describing President Assad as a “brutal dictator” who “tortured his own people” etc., etc., etc.  This fomented what would become the now 5 year old Syrian “Civil War.”


The Qatar plan was for their pipeline to run as shown, through Syria, but Syrian President Bashar Assad REFUSED.  That’s when Qatar “donated” to the Clinton Foundation, and in a remarkable coincidence, the US State Department ordered CIA operatives into Syria to form the Free Syrian Army to overthrow Assad!

It is allegedly the position of the NYPD that, the money donated by Qatar to the Clinton Foundation was a bribe to set in motion the forcible overthrow of the Syrian government.  As a result, numerous innocent men, women and children in Syria have been killed.

Since the Syrian war erupted in 2011, millions of Syrians have fled the country, and they started coming to the United States through the refugee resettlement program.   First it was a trickle of a few hundred, then in 2016, the trickle turned to a flood, with over 13,200 Syrian refugees admitted into the U.S. so far this year.


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