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30 Reasons in 30 Days to Vote for Donald Trump – #26 Vince Foster and Filegate


As we count down to the November 8th election, we will list 30 reasons in 30 days to vote for Donald Trump for President of the US.

Reason #26 – Vince Foster and Filegate

Vince Foster was heavily involved in defending the Clintons in the Travelgate, Filegate and Whitewater cases. He had an office in the White House which according to Ann Coulter in her book ‘High Crimes and Misdemeanors’ Foster never should have had because these cases were personal issues and the law prevents individuals from partaking in personal business on government property.

According to two former FBI agents, in 1993, days before his death, then First Lady Hillary Clinton ridiculed Vince Foster mercilessly in front of his peers. ‘You have failed us,’ Hillary told Foster. From that point on Foster began to become more depressed and on July 20, 1993, Foster is believed to have shot himself with a .38 caliber revolver at Fort Marcy Park along the Potomac River.

Ken Starr issued a 38,000-word report as a result of his investigation into the Clinton’s Whitewater wrongdoings, but never mentioned Foster’s meeting with Hillary, leaving out the fact that his own investigation had found that Hillary’s rage had led to Foster’s suicide. In a recent effort to review the details of the Starr investigation, one of the world’s largest websites, the Daily Mail Online, learned after an extensive probe that documents describing Hillary Clinton’s role in the death of White House counsel Vince Foster have now vanished from the National Archives.

In her book Following Orders: the Death of Vince Foster, Clinton White House Lawyer, Marinka Peschmann’s conclusions lead to a cover-up. As Peschmann points out, there were numerous questions with the facts surrounding Foster leading one to question whether it was suicide or murder.

Although five official or governmental investigations concluded that Foster committed suicide, the fact that it took six days before Foster’s suicide note was found has led to speculation and conspiracies about his death.

Linda Tripp of Monica fame, was in the White House at this time and she is one of the last to see Foster before his death. Tripp says that she was shocked to show up for work the next day to find Foster’s office not only unsecured, but with a White House staffer inside, handling documents.

According to Tripp the real “scandal” of Foster’s death was the removal of documents from the Counsel’s offices following the suicide, Tripp continued, adding that it was Hillary Clinton who was personally leading those efforts:

“Hillary oversaw everything that followed in the aftermath of Vince Foster’s death. Hardly mourning, she sprang into action like a field commander. The very night he died, her aides were packing up and moving boxes of files to the residence. Some never surfaced for years, including the Rose Law Firm Billing records which were under subpoena. They mysteriously surfaced years later in the residence of the White House, at a time where it made little difference. What should have made a difference is that these law firm billing records showed definitively how extensive her involvement was in the Whitewater mess, something she had denied under oath.”

Vince Foster and Filegate were the beginnings of the Clintons’ long career of obstructing justice and putting themselves above the law.

A vote for anyone but Trump is a vote for more Clinton crimes and cover-ups.

See also –

Reason #27 Beautiful Melania Trump

Reason #28 Obama’s Historically Low Home Ownership Rates

Reason #29 Syrian Quagmire

Reason #30 Whitewater

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