Let me first say I am being sarcastic. Police Commissioner William Bratton is out on the stump with words as inciting as the old Goldwater ad that the world will end if Trump is elected. So just like FBI Comey, AG Lynch, and who knows how many others, people who start out with excellent reputations, wind up falling on their sword for the Clintons. And Bratton can be bought for a bucket load of silver. I recall this quote:
It is that, in addition to being personally corrupt, the Clintons are corrupters. They are piggish users, with the people and institutions around them inevitably tarnished and sometimes destroyed even as the Clintons escape to their next scam.
The appearance of police commissioner Bratton with his knees knocking thinking about Trump being elected President, is starting to make the channels. Why I asked. A quick search gave me my answer. Why?
The New York City police commissioner said Tuesday he has accepted a job at Teneo Holdings, a global advisory firm with strong ties to the Clintons.
In an interview Tuesday, Mr. Bratton called the new role a “dream job” that would put him in contact with chiefs of some of the largest companies in the world.
The company made him offer, he said, “that couldn’t be refused,” both for the pay and the opportunity. The job also allows him to stay in New York, something he and Ms. Klieman wanted. WSJ
He has joined Bill Clinton, Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills, and a cast of criminals in the Clinton money machine. The company? Teneo. You will notice in the clip the moderator says he will be joining a “consulting firm” but doesn’t name it or who or what is involved in it. Checking You Tube, he has made the rounds of the talkies with the exact scathing talking points. “Trump scares me.” Then goes on with his swan song.
Check earlier posts Huma Abedin, Bill Clinton’s Butt boy Band’s new Emails will take the Clintons down? and and Teneo, Bill Clinton’s new butt boy Justin Cooper, and Hillary’s Emails for the back story.
My regular readers know about my opinion of Teneo
NYPD chief Bill Bratton on why Trump “scares” him, resignation