Terry McAuliffe Implicates Influential Names to FBI in Clinton Foundation Investigation
VL has received VERY important information from an anonymous source. The source is asking for this information to be spread as widely and as quickly as possible.
Terry McAuliffe, the Governor of VA, has been “spilling the beans” to FBI. He has indicated some very influential names in the corruption and investigation of the Clinton Foundation.
Among the names he has mentioned are:
and many others
It is a massive investigation now, which also includes the Cuomo family, and the top NYC politico’s including the Goldman Sachs Chairman, Lloyd Craig Blankfein, as well as Diane Feinstein and Wasserman Schultz. Saudi Arabia, Israel, and now AIPAC are all also included.
This anonymous source tells VL that roughly 300 agents will be assigned to this shortly, and the source feels strongly that once Terry McAuliffe is exposed, “the rats will flee”.
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