[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Prior to yesterday’s revelation that longtime Clinton hack George Stephanopoulos, who masquerades as an ABC News anchor, privately gave $75,000 to the Clinton Crime Family Foundation, a clear and major conflict of interest, socialist comedian Jon Stewart gave Stephanopoulos a warm environment to discuss the Clinton scandals.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]In the April 28 interview on “The Daily Show,” Stewart begins to ask Stephanopoulos about the scandals and improprieties at the foundation, mostly exposed by Peter Schweizer’s new blockbuster, “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich.”
JON STEWART: “Foreign donors, that might have given to the Clinton Global Initiative, and then there might have been favors done at the State Department, and it’s to the tune of some, I think, millions of dollars…”
Stephanopoulos, acting as Clinton’s defense team, without disclosing to Stewart his cozy relationship with the foundation, immediately went into the silly Democrat talking point of “no proof criminal evidence,” a stale argument worn out during Hillary’s serial woman abusing husband’s scandalous time in office, when Stephanopoulos was part of the Clinton attack machine.
But as you’ll see and hear below, Stephanopoulos let slip that donors (like him?) to the Clinton Foundation are hoping to get something big in return and that’s “what you have to be careful of.”
GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: “I read the book that this is based on, Clinton Cash, and I actually interviewed the author on Sunday. This is a tough one, because when you actually look closely at it, he [Schweizer] even says, there’s no evidence of any direct action taken on behalf of the donors. But everybody also knows when those donors give that money to President Clinton or someone, they get a picture with him, there’s a hope that that’s going to lead to something—and that’s what you have to be careful of.”
Quid pro quo, anybody?[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]On Thursday, the faux journalist admitted his financial ties to the Clinton Foundation, but ABC News has announced no punishment for Stephanopoulos, since he has recused himself of moderating Republican debates during the 2016 GOP presidential primary.
WATCH BELOW via Comedy Central. Topical segment begins at 3:50 mark: