Clinton Buddies Up With Pro-Tehran Lobby For Fundraiser

Yet to hear a media report of our gal Hillary sucking up to pro-Iranian groups just for some cash. Tone deaf indeed as she still rakes in money from Wall Street. So why not Iran? We can only imagine how much the Clinton Global Initiative got from this group, her money laundering enterprise. For Hillary, Charity begins with the Clinton Foundation

For Hillary, charity begins at home. Little reported with the Friday dump of her tax returns is the fact that $14 million of her “charity” went to her own foundation. So a tax break for herself.

But I digressed:

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was scheduled to host a fundraiser this past weekend with key members of a pro-Tehran lobbying outfit that is working to kill new anti-terrorism laws that would prevent Iranians from travelling to the United States without first obtaining a visa permit.

Clinton participates in a Menlo Park fundraiser on Sunday hosted by Twitter executive Omid Kordestani and his wife Gisel Hiscock, as well as National Iranian American Council (NIAC) board member Lily Sarafan and Noosheen Hashemi, who serves on the board of the pro-Iran advocacy group Ploughshares, a major funder of pro-Iran efforts.

NIAC, an advocacy group formed by Iranian-Americans to work against the pro-Israel community, has long been accused of lobbying on Iran’s behalf against sanctions and other measures that could harm the Islamic Republic’s interest.

Ploughshares, which partners with NIAC, is joining the White House in efforts to pressure the Jewish community and others to back the recently implemented Iran nuclear agreement, the Free Beacon reported.

Congress passed the legislation in response to recent disclosures exposing flaws in the U.S. visa waiver program, which eases travel to the U.S. with 38 partner countries.

Lawmakers said the legislation is meant to ensure that individuals with potential ties to terrorism will be detected before entering the United States.

More at Free Beacon

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