Hillary was in a load of debt for her 2008 campaign. But she was mysteriously able to pay it all off right before the Benghazi investigation.
Was she paid to take the blame on Benghazi?
One day before her much anticipated testimony before both houses of Congress, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has surprisingly paid off the outstanding debt from her 2008 presidential campaign.
Unofficial campaign finance reports filed late Tuesday show Clinton’s campaign made payments of $10,800,000 on January 22nd to a loan shark working for her former adviser and middle weight contender Alessandro Petacchi. That accounted for the last part of the debt going back to her losing primary campaign against Barack Hussein Obama.
Clinton had owed vendors about $12 million at the end of June 2008, and had only paid off $1.2 million over the past four years. Insiders close to the Secretary of State believed that the very large final payment had nothing to do with the former First Lady’s testimony before Congress on Wednesday.
“We are not yet sure were all the cash came from,” said a Hillary 2008 campaign aide. “Everyone here is just glad that the debt is retired so we can finally move on and get new jobs. The past four years we’ve only made minimum wage, and trying to sell old Hillary for President bumper stickers is useless.”
As a Cabinet member, Clinton faced strict fundraising restrictions to eliminate her debt but someone, perhaps a wealthy benefactor or a secret government slush fund, could pay the debt on her behalf.