By John F. Di Leo -
We have long been accustomed to accusations of corruption concerning the Clintons. Their family business is commonly known as the “Clinton crime machine,” and their biographies read like a rap sheet, listing scandal after scandal, from real estate fraud to rape, from investment fraud to bribery.
But the issue to be discussed today isn’t about Bill and Hillary Clinton and their personal corruption. It’s completely policy-based: Careful study of the Clinton-Kaine platform, amazingly, reveals – there’s just no other way to put it – a criminal-friendly, or arguably even pro-crime, agenda.
Perhaps this shouldn’t be so shocking, considering what we know of modern Democratic Party demographics and issue stances. But to have gathered it all together in one place is truly surprising.