Sanders Blames GOP for Wife’s Investigation but He’s Wrong!

As previously posted, Jane Sanders is under FBI investigation for what is believed to be a fraudulent bank loan where she provided wrong information. Bernie Sanders continues to call the investigation of his wife a political witch hunt by Republicans, however, the investigation actually began under the Obama administration and was part of the information gleaned from the Hillary Clinton campaign email hack.

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ claims that an ongoing FBI probe of his wife is based on partisan politics don’t square with the fact that it began under President Obama and appears to closely track Democratic opposition research revealed in the hacked emails of the Hillary Clinton campaign.

The FBI and U.S. Attorney in Vermont are investigating Jane O’Meara Sanders for her role in a failed 2010, $10 million college land deal that she orchestrated during her seven-year stint as president of Burlington College in Vermont.

According to a series of 2015 emails to and from Clinton’s campaign manager, John Podesta, leaked to and published on Wikileaks, the Clinton team wrote an extensive political opposition memo entitled “Sanders Top Hits-Thematics.” The memo details Mrs. Sanders’ role in the college’s financial failure, and parallels the ongoing FBI investigation, now before a grand jury, into the scandal…

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From the latest news, it seems that the FBI investigation into Jane Sanders was actually a Democratic effort to possibly undermine the campaign efforts of Bernie Sanders bid to gain the Democratic nomination that went to Hillary Clinton. One has to wonder if Bernie will ever admit that the investigation is the work of Democrats and not Republicans?




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