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Hillary Clinton Tried to Blackmail PM of Bangladesh

Hillary Clinton tried to intervene in an investigation into one of the largest contributors to the Clinton Foundation by blackmailing Sajeeb Wazed Joy, son of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and permanent U.S. resident.  I don’t know how many of you might remember but the Clintons used the IRS as a weapon among other government agencies.  Every woman who made sexual allegations against Bill was audited by the IRS as well as the woman who met Bill on the beach and told him how bad a president he was.

 Hillary Clinton’s Department of State aides threatened a South Asian prime minister’s son with an IRS audit in an attempt to stop a Bangladesh government investigation of a close friend and donor of Clinton’s, The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group learned.

A Bangladesh government commission was investigating multiple charges of financial mismanagement at Grameen Bank, beginning in May 2012. Muhammad Yunus, a major Clinton Foundation donor, served as managing director of the bank.

Sajeeb Wazed Joy, son of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and permanent U.S. resident, recalled the account of the threatened IRS audit to TheDCNF. The allegations mark the first known instance in the U.S. that Clinton’s Department of State used IRS power to intimidate a close relative of a friendly nation’s head of state on behalf of a Clinton Foundation donor.

Joy told TheDCNF it was “astounding and mind boggling” that senior State Department officials between 2010 and 2012 repeatedly pressured him to influence his mother to drop the commission investigation.

Sajeeb Wazed Joy said:

“They threatened me with the possibility of an audit by the Internal Revenue Service.  I have been here legally for 17 years and never had a problem. But they said, ‘well, you know, you might get audited.’”

“They would say over and over again, ‘Yunus has powerful friends’ and we all knew they were talking of Secretary Clinton. Everybody knew it was Mrs. Clinton.”

 

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