The Hillary Clinton campaign announced today that it will return $850,000 in campaign contributions raised by felon and Democratic fundraiser Norman Hsu. This was a significant increase over the Clinton campaign’s prior promise to give back $23,000 donated by Mr. Hsu.
So, who is the elusive Mr. Hsu? What relationship, if any, does he have to the effort by the Communist Chinese government to see that Bill Clinton was elected President? Where do Hsu’s money and influence come from? How, exactly, did a convicted felon become one of the top fundraisers for the Democratic Party?
These are questions in which one might think investigative reporters would take an interest. Yet incuriosity seems to be the order of the day.
Via Power Line News.
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