Former Clinton ally indicted for campaign finance violations

One more line of corruption has been drawn leading right to the Clinton camp.

George Nader, a Lebanese American businessman, was recently indicted by Bill Barr’s DOJ for concealing foreign contributions to the campaign of Hillary Clinton.

The go-between

Nader has a history of working with Middle Eastern contacts in the political world.

In fact, Nader was reportedly doing some lobbying work for some of Trump’s “inner circle” at one point. That, however, is not where his illegal activities took place.

The illegal activities were tied to the Clinton campaign, and now Nader has been indicted for using straw donors to conceal large donations from foreign contributors.

It is also worth noting that Nader is one of the individuals who was called to testify during the Mueller investigation into alleged Trump-Russia collusion.

Gaining influence

Nader was allegedly using the donors to gain favor with the powers that be inside the Clinton camp.

For instance, Ahmad Khawaja, the CEO of a payments processing company, funded more than $3 million in donations that were funneled to the Hilary campaign.

He was one of several big-money donors that used Nader to make the large donations to the Hillary campaign.

Oddly enough, the media is focusing on Nader’s ties to Trump, through which nothing illegal happened and avoiding the ties to Hillary, where everything that was illegal happened.

This is not Nader’s only run-in with the law, either. Nader, in 1991, pled guilty to federal child pornography charges. He was also charged with child pornography charges this summer and entered a plea of not guilty in that case.

Hillary Clinton’s office has not responded to requests for comments.

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