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Clinton-Connected Haiti Pastor Arrested on Child Sex Abuse Charges

Corrigan Clay, a U.S. pastor who moved to Haiti and adopted two orphans, has been indicted for child sex abuse after “engaging in illicit sexual conduct” with one of his children.

Clay is the co-founder of the “Apparent Project”, a non-profit charity organization established by his ex-partner Shelley Jean.

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton has visited and supported the group, who is also believed to have helped fund another of the pair’s entities, Papillion Enterprise, through Clinton Foundation grants.

Clay was arrested March 10th this year by federal agents, according to an unsealed indictment first released on Thursday by The Daily Beast.

He is being prosecuted by the Justice Department’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, documents filed in Pittsburgh federal court state.

Clay sexually abused the unidentified child from January 2014 to December 2017, the indictment states. No further details are provided in the filing, except that the alleged victim was under 18. But Clay’s ex-wife, with whom he had two biological children in addition to the pair they adopted, told The Daily Beast on Friday that the illicit conduct involved one of their own kids.

Shelley Jean Clay, who split from Clay more than a decade ago and now operates a Haitian-focused crafts market in Florida, declined to provide further details about the allegations, emphasizing that she was not involved and had no idea what was happening.

“It was my child, but I don’t think I am at liberty to talk about it because the court case is in process,” she told The Daily Beast. “I’m not opposed to the truth coming out, but I don’t want to jeopardize the case.”

The National Pulse discussed the Clinton connection:

Prior to this, Clay, Jean, and CEO Marilyn Monaghan founded Apparent Project, designed to “establish childcare for working parents, quality early education, and job skills that provide opportunities for the poor in Haiti.” As with Papillion Enterprise, the Apparent Project has been visited and supported by former president Bill Clinton, alongside various other celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey and Kim Kardashian, displayed in a now-deleted blog post from Clay in 2012:

“Donna Karan, The Gap, Macy’s, Chan Luu, and Disney have marketed our jewelry, and our celebrity clients have included Bill Clinton, Oprah, Rainn Wilson, Olivia Wilde, Maria Bello, Petra Nemcova, Ben Stiller, and Kim Kardashian.”

– Corrigan Clay, 2012

Clay’s now-deleted post also included a letter, dated 2016, from a deprived seventeen-year-old Haitian girl expressing her desire to “make love” with him in order to aid her sister with access to medical surgery. Though Clay had expressed in his blog post that he helped the teenage girl without the requirement of sexual deeds, he further admitted to lingering on her proposal due to personal loneliness.

The Clinton Foundation has long-boasted of its ties to Papillion and related groups over the past decade. It was announced in 2016 that Papillion had “grown from less than 100 employees and approximately $150,000 in annual revenues when we first started working with her, including a Foundation investment of $150,000, to now over 300 employees and over $1.2 million a year in revenues” – partly courtesy of the Clinton Foundation.

Hillary Clinton’s ‘Fake Scandal’ Attack on Durham Probe Revives Strategy from Whitewater Era

John Solomon
February 22nd, 2022

A quarter-century ago as Whitewater prosecutors closed in on evidence that Bill and Hillary Clinton both gave factually inaccurate testimony, the then-first lady unleashed a blistering attack that stunned a capital city that in those days was far less rancorous.

Mrs. Clinton called the Whitewater probe “an effort to undo the results of two elections,” claiming it was run by a “politically motivated prosecutor who is allied with the right-wing opponents of my husband.”

Prosecutors have been “looking at every telephone call we’ve made, every check we’ve ever written, scratching for dirt, intimidating witnesses, doing everything possible to try to make some kind of accusation against my husband,” she declared in that 1998 interview with NBC’s “Today” show.

Twenty-four years later, Mrs. Clinton launched a similar attack on Special Counsel John Durham, the current federal prosecutor investigating the conduct of her 2016 campaign and its efforts to falsely portray Donald Trump as a Russian stooge.

Durham has indicted a lawyer for Clinton’s campaign and revealed in a recent court filing that computer execs allied with her campaign exploited their access to Internet DNS data in an effort to spy on Trump and find derogatory information linking him to Russia.

She responded by calling the revelations “fake news” and suggesting they came close to meeting the “actual malice” standard for libel of public officials.

Former Whitewater Independent Counsel Robert W. Ray, who eventually wrote the final report accusing Mrs. Clinton of lying to investigators, found a healthy dose of déjà vu in her fresh attack on the Durham probe.

“I think one of the things that grew out of the independent counsel statute and the politicization of prosecution of, or investigation of, high-level government officials is that everybody came to the conclusion that the best way to defend was to go on offense in the political realm,” Ray told Just the News in an interview on the John Solomon Reports podcast.

Ray said the goal of such attacks is “to undermine the legitimacy of the prosecutor, and also to turn public sentiment against the prosecutor, to the point where, you know, the public just feels relief and exhaustion over any efforts to hold anybody accountable.”

“So that’s the playbook,” he said.

Ray succeeded original Whitewater Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr, whose investigation of the Monica Lewinsky affair led to President Bill Clinton’s impeachment on grounds he lied in a federal deposition about having sexual relations with the White House intern.

Ray’s completion of the investigation after impeachment closed the book on the core allegations about the Whitewater land deal in Arkansas, the Clintons’ relationship with a failed Arkansas savings and loan known as Madison Guaranty, Mrs. Clinton’s legal services for that S&L and other scandals wrapped into the probe, including the firing of the White House travel office staff in 1993.

While the Whitewater probe led to numerous convictions, including S&L owner and Whitewater business partner James McDougal, Ray ultimately decided there was insufficient evidence to indict either of the Clintons and sustain a conviction.

But his final report included a stinging rebuke of both Clintons, including findings that:

  • Bill Clinton “knowingly gave evasive and misleading answers concerning” his relationship with Lewinsky.
  • Hillary Clinton gave inaccurate testimony when she denied working on a legal document for the S&L known as an option agreement. ”Documentary evidence established that Mrs. Clinton did participate in the drafting of the option agreement,” the report said.
  • Hillary Clinton gave ”factually inaccurate” testimony when she said her role in bringing Madison Guaranty to her Rose Law Firm was essentially to see that McDougal pay an outstanding bill.
  • Hillary Clinton gave false testimony when she denied having input on the firing of the White House career travel office staff in 1993 after Bill Clinton became president. “The independent counsel concludes that Mrs. Clinton’s sworn testimony that she had no input into Watkins’ decision or role in the travel office firings is factually inaccurate,” the report said.
  • The appearance of missing Rose Law Firm billing records inside the Clinton White House residence after they had been subpoenaed by a grand jury raised serious concerns about obstruction of justice.

“There were some serious question about whether or not Hillary Clinton had told the truth to our investigators,” Ray recalled. “And while ultimately I decided that it wasn’t appropriate to bring a false statements or obstruction of justice prosecution, I did in the final report make findings.”

Ray said the biggest lesson for Durham’s probe from the earlier Whitewater probe is that the Clintons’ political attacks in the court of public opinion can, and will, have an impact on the prosecutor’s timeline to seek justice in the court of law.

“Even before you get to a five-year statute of limitations, I think it’s just generally true … that an investigation takes on a life, it has a course of years to accomplish its desired objectives. And then after that, it’s really a case of diminishing returns,” he said.

“Memories fade, the country moves on, the political process moves on,” he continued. “So you know, you’re not talking about a stretch of five years to be able to accomplish results. It’s kind of in the 18-months-to-three-year category. You get in there, you do what you can do, and then you have to get out. And that’s all the time that you have.”

Ray said the current Durham probe has raised serious questions that need to be answered about whether the Clinton campaign was able to lure the FBI and intelligence community into impacting the electoral process by investigating Trump on a false premise.

“That’s why it’s so important to get to the bottom of this,” he said. “I don’t know whether or not John Durham will be able to pin the tail on the donkey.”

The decisions inside the Clinton campaign to drum up the Russia collusion allegations “weren’t made, you know, just in a vacuum,” Ray said. “There were people who, obviously, were pulling those levers, and it’s not clear whether they’ll ever be able to hold those responsible, or accountable. But it doesn’t diminish the fact that this is important.

“And it needs to be followed through, whether by this particular prosecutor or, ultimately, by Congress, should Republicans take control of the House and/or the Senate, in the midterm elections.” 

Hillary Asks for Donations to the Clinton Foundation and Gets Grilled on Twitter

Joe Hoft
December 31, 2021

The Clintons are likely the most corrupt couple in US history.  If we had a DOJ and protection for Jeffrey Epstein, they’d be in jail.  

Can there be anyone as corrupt and oblivious to their own corruption as the Clintons?  Bill was impeached for obstructing justice and tampering with witnesses involving numerous incidents and crimes that took place in his administration.  Hillary and Bill made millions in their foundation while giving a huge percent of US uranium to Russians for a few more million.  Next Hillary created the bogus Russia collusion sham that the corrupt DOJ and FBI ran with.  Now Hillary is asking for donations?

In a tweet, Hillary asked for donations for her corrupt foundation.

The responses were spot on.

Some responses were related to the Clintons’ reported embezzling of funds from Haiti meant for hurricane survivors.

Republican Representative Threatens Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, With Prison If Party Wins In 2022

Carmine Sabia
January 1, 2022

The majority of analysts in the world of politics believe that Republicans are going to win back control of the House of Representatives in 2022, and some believe that they will use the opportunity to get revenge on Democrats for what they have done when they had the House.

Florida Rep. Kat Cammack said, in an exclusive interview, that some Democrats could be headed to prison, Breitbart News reported.

“When we take the House back in the 118th, first and foremost, we are going to be focused on accountability, people need to go to jail,” she said at Turning Point USA’s AmericaFest in Phoenix, Arizona.

“I’m talking about the Hillary Clintons of the world, I’m talking about the Eric Holders, I’m talking about all these people who have continued to cause strife and division, break the law, subvert the Rule of Law, and they have never been held accountable,” the congresswoman said.

“We’re going to go after the origins of COVID-19, we’re going to be looking at how we can earn the trust of the American people back,” she said. “Because for so long, there has been two standards: one for thee, and then rules for the other people that don’t have power, that aren’t well-connected.”

She said she wants the new Congress to investigate election integrity and other issues including “all of the issues we’ve had in years past that have gone unresolved, like Benghazi.”

“With Afghanistan now, that’s going to be another one,” she said.

She said that the plan is for Republicans to have an agenda that “that every single Republican will be running on, campaigning on, and committing to putting that agenda forward.”

“And once we take the House, we roll hard on executing that plan, because the American people they deserve accountability, and they deserve action,” she said. “And those are the two things that we’re going to be giving when we take over the House.”

House Minority Leader and California Rep. Kevin McCarthy also said in December that there would be payback for Democrats if Republicans get control of the House again in the 2022 midterms, as Newsmax reported.

…[McCarthy] is not only preparing to turn the tables on the majority in the 2022 midterm elections, but he is also beefing up efforts for subsequent retribution for Democrats hunting down the Trump administration officials in investigations.

He is planning “preservation notices” for President Joe Biden’s Cabinet, which instructs them to save communications and documents for future oversight in Congress.

“The investigations will not be able to be carried out in a Democrat-led Congress, but in the event Republicans take over, McCarthy’s preservation notices to the Biden administration might prove fruitful to spur probes of Democrats like they have conducted of the Trump administration, including the Mueller Report, Ukraine, COVID-19, and Jan. 6,” Newsmax added, citing a report in Axios.

The political news outlet added a shortlist of possible areas where Republicans would focus:

  • Origins of COVID-19.
  • Leak of IRS data about billionaires.
  • Alleged National Security Agency spying on Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
  • Attorney General Merrick Garland’s memo mobilizing the FBI and Justice Department attorneys to look into investigating and prosecuting local school board protests.
  • Mass illegal immigration.
  • Communications with teachers unions on COVID-19 lockdowns and mask mandates.
  • Cloud-computing contract known as J.E.D.I.

Axios noted that as a “prelude” to possible future actions, House Republicans sent Biden a request in August to “preserve all records related to your Administration’s withdrawal … from Afghanistan.”

“McCarthy plans to beef up staff, counsel and other resources to be ready to extract information beginning Day 1 if the GOP gets the gavel,” Axios continued.

Axios claimed that the GOP probes would be an attempt to deflect from the Jan. 6 committee’s investigation, “a real-time probe of real violence, death and looting in the Capitol.” But the only death resulting from direct action was the shooting of pro-Trump protester Ashli Babbitt, who was unarmed. A Capitol Police officer, Brian Sicknick, was initially — and incorrectly — reported to have died from a blow to the head from a Trump supporter wielding a fire extinguisher. In fact, he died a few days later from a stroke.