Hillary Benefactor May be Guilty of Bribery?

A Hillary Clinton benefactor may be guilty of bribery according to the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC).  There is an old adage that you are known by the company you keep. In this case it reads like Hillary Clinton and Qualcomm have been keeping company for over half a Billion dollars, give or take a few million. Speaking fees and Clinton Foundation donations account for a large sum of money. Certainly this has all been above board and there was no Quid Pro Quo. If you hang around with bad people, however, you can get a bad reputation. Right now Qualcomm is in real trouble with the SEC. This brings in to question the manner in which Qulacomm does business with anyone, including Hillary.

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As Written By Tiffany Gabbay at Truth Revolt:

Company That Paid Hillary $335K for Speech Hit With SEC Bribery Suit: Transcript nowhere to be found.

While conservatives distract themselves to the point of hysteria over how to derail presidential contender Donald Trump, they are taking their eyes off the real prize — how to prevent Hillary Clinton from claiming the Oval Office.

A new report published in the Free Beacon reveals a major tech company that paid Hillary Clinton $335,000 in 2014 for a single speech (we’d love to see the transcript of that one) just settled a suit with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over claims it repeatedly bribed foreign political officials in order to gain a business advantage:

Qualcomm, a wireless telecommunications company based in San Diego, paid $7.5 million to settle the SEC probe. In a statement announcing the settlement last week, the commission accused the company of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act between 2002 and 2012 by hiring unqualified relatives of Chinese officials and providing them with luxury gifts that had “no valid business purpose.”


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