#CrookedHillary: Clinton Foundation Got $100M From 'Blood Minerals' Firm and...(wait for it)...

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    She's so corrupt:

    Although then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the Congo in 2009, she unexpectedly delayed implementation of a landmark “certification” program designed to assure human rights were respected by mining companies like Lundin in Africa.

    The certification process was passed under the Dodd-Frank Act. Her failure to act was criticized at the time by John Prendergast, president of “Enough.org,” a nongovernmental organization which championed the “blood minerals” legislation.
    Now we know how much cash it takes for Hillary to subvert human rights.

    Can't wait to see Trump's advertisement on this scandal.
     
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    How does Lundin compare to the rest of the sector?
     
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    I was gonna say that...
     
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    I assume you read the article and couldn't answer your question. What did you find out after looking into it some more?
     
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    Well my personal view of mining is that it's a bit like oil or construction or car rental and all of the players are *****.

    But I don't know anything about Lundin specifically.
     
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    Absolutely scandalous. Hillary's always been shameless. The blood of a reptile.
     
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    The problem is that in the Congo you probably couldn't effectively check the human rights so the mine would have had to close - forcing the people there to live on handouts.
     

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