US Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton is a “corrupt” and “vicious” candidate who will do anything to become president, a researcher and historian in Washington says.
“Ms Clinton does not have morals, she’s amoral, she is power ripen and she is corrupt,” said Dr. Randy Short, who has a PhD in African studies.
“She is a very mean, corrupt, vicious, racist woman who will do anything for money, to advance her career and to be president,” Dr. Short said in an interview with Press TV on Friday.
Clinton is also aligned with neoconservative officials like Victoria Nuland and funded by Zionist Jews like Haim Saban, an Egyptian-born Israeli American financier and film producer, Dr. Short noted.
Saban, a staunch supporter of Israel, has stated that his greatest concern is to protect the Zionist regime.
At a conference in Israel in 2010, Saban said the best method to support Israel is to influence American politics, which include making donations to political parties, establishing think tanks, and controlling media outlets.
In 2002 Saban provided an initial grant of $13 million and a pledge of additional funds to create the Saban Center for Middle East Policy, now called the Center for Middle East Policy, a foreign policy think tank based in Washington, DC.
The center is part of the larger Brookings Institution think tank.
Saban has also been a generous and consistent donor to the US Democratic Party according to his mandatory Federal Election Commission filings. In September 2004, Hillary Clinton described Saban as a very good friend, supporter and adviser.
This underscores that “American politics is corrupted and it’s almost controlled like a puppet by Zionistic people and dual citizens who are Israel first [and] America last,” Dr. Short said.
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