Bolling: 'The Clintons' 'Nothing to See Here' Act Is Offensive'
On "Cashin' In" today, Eric Bolling pointed out that while Hillary Clinton was representing the U.S. as Secretary of State, the Clinton Foundation was receiving millions of foreign dollars.
"According to my sources at The Wall Street Journal, Secretary of State Clinton arranged numerous sweetheart deals with foreign entities on behalf of U.S. corporations," Bolling said. "That in and of itself is not necessarily a bad thing, but what happened next is."
Bolling explained that many of those corporations followed their Clinton-brokered deals with donations to the Clinton Foundation, according to The Wall Street Journal.
"In fact, at least 60 companies that lobbied the State Department during her tenure donated more than $26 million to the Foundation," Bolling revealed.
"The Clintons' 'nothing to see here' act is offensive. They think the laws don't apply to them. They've always thought they were better than you and me, and they never own up to anything. Meanwhile, others have gone to prison for much less. Wake up, America. This smells fishy because it probably is a rotting whale."
Watch Bolling's full "Wake Up, America" segment in the clip above.
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