[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The original story was that longtime Clinton hack, ABC News faux journalist and chief anchor George Stephanopoulos had contributed $50,000 to the Clinton Crime Family Foundation, however, Stephanopoulos now says that he actually donated 50% more — $75,000 to the organization which was operating under a dark cloud of suspicious deals with foreign governments while secretive, scandal-plagued Democrat Hillary Clinton was the Obama Secretary of State.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]Stephanopoulos, the co-anchor of ABC’s “Good Morning America” and host of “This Week” a Sunday weekly political program, was a member of the Clinton (political) War Room during serial womanizer Bill Clinton’s presidency and a main member of the team responsible for smearing Clinton’s political enemies, as well as assisting in the “nuts and sluts” slander campaigns against Clinton’s numerous “bimbo eruptions.”
After the new blockbuster book by Peter Schweizer, Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Business Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich exposed apparent quid pro quo deals with foreign governments, Stephanopoulos now says he regrets the donation, but wants you to overlook the clear conflict of interest because his intentions were as pure as the driven snow.
“In retrospect, I probably shouldn’t have, even though I did it for the best reasons,” Stephanopoulos told leftist site Politico.
Lacking any logic, Republicans have allowed the Clinton hatchet man to moderate past presidential debates, including the 2012 GOP presidential debate in New Hampshire, where the pitiful “War on Women” narrative was born.
On “This Week” on April 26, George Stephanopoulos grilled Schweizer over “Clinton Cash,” a clear conflict of interests since his donation to the Clinton Crime Family Foundation was still being kept secret.
On Thursday, Schweizer called it a “massive breach of ethical standards.”
“He fairly noted my four months working as a speech writer for George W. Bush. But he didn’t disclose this?” a stunned Schweizer asked Bloomberg Politics.
The disgraced leftist political operative Stephanopoulos, masquerading for years as a journalist, now says that he will recuse himself from moderating the February GOP presidential debates in New Hampshire, Breitbart reports.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]Breitbart‘s John Nolte correctly points out that the Stephanopoulos-Clinton scandal goes far beyond that of ABC News’ Brian Williams’s lies, who simply was trying to pump up his already highly inflated ego. Stephanopoulos’s conflict of interest and pretend objectivity is a much more serious ethical breach.
Meanwhile, ABC News has announced that Stephanopoulos will somehow not be punished:
“As George has said, he made charitable donations to the Foundation to support a cause he cares about deeply and believed his contributions were a matter of public record,” the leftstream network said in a statement first reported by Politico.
As Newsbusters reported on Thursday, this wasn’t George’s only severe conflict of interest. In 2009, Stephanopoulos participated in daily Democrat Party strategy calls with fellow “former” Clintonistas, James Carville, Paul Begala, and Rahm Emanuel.