Don't get all paranoid and think that just because this hearing was chaired by a die-hard Israeli fan that it was a dog and pony show.
When HRM Hillary and her the vicious mobsters that are helping her steal the WH gets to be POTUS, who do you think she'll be taking care of, We the People or a bunch of psychotic, thieving, back-stabbing butchers?
Hillary Clinton’s Lucrative Goldman Sachs Speaking Gigs by Alec Torres October 30, 2013
Hillary Clinton spoke at two separate Goldman Sachs events on the evenings of Thursday, October 24 and Tuesday, October 29. As both Politico and the New York Times report, Clinton’s fee is about $200,000 per speech, meaning she likely netted around $400,000 for her paid gigs at Goldman over the course of six days.
Clinton’s office did not respond to a request for comment.
Hillary Clinton's Goldman Sachs ProblemWhen the Yid thieves get done ransacking the Teamsters pension funds, they'll come after the rest. Those TBTF Wall Street banks must be kept alive, regardless of who suffers.
A longtime Hillary Clinton adviser said, "She's not giving any more speeches to Goldman Sachs." ...from a June 2014 MJ article.
And guess who's 'helping' the Teamsters manage their pension funds?
The Clintons' Goldman Sachs Gold Mine July 2014
The never-ending Clinton money grab is more than $150 million deep. One of their most lucrative benefactors is Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs.
Four out of the top five businesses donating to HRM Hillary's campaign are all Wall Street banks, with GS #2 on the list. The other one, DLA Piper, is world-wide law firm that sounds like that one run by Al Pacino in the "Devil's Advocate."
Hillary Clinton gave 'glowing' speeches to Goldman Sachs employees, saying more parties were to blame for financial crisis than the big banksFormer Goldman Sachs’ Guy Is Channeling Bernie Sanders
“It was pretty glowing about us,” one person in attendance for the speech told Politico. “It’s so far from what she sounds like as a candidate now. It was like a rah-rah speech. She sounded more like a Goldman Sachs managing director.”