In 2016, Matt Whitaker explained that the Clinton Foundation was a pay-to-play scheme unlike any in the history of the United States.

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After Jeff Sessions resigned on November 7, Matthew Whitaker was named acting Attorney General. In addition to having very strong objections to the Robert Mueller witch hunt, his previous opinions on the Clinton Foundation should strike fear in the failed candidate’s blackened core that should be a heart.

In a 2016 interview, Whitaker explained that there was more than enough evidence “in the public domain” to warrant the appointment of a “special prosecutor” to investigate the Clinton Foundation.

He explained that the Foundation was “clearly a pay-to-play situation” where if a person gave money to the Foundation, they got “preferential treatment” at the State Department, which was headed by Hillary Clinton from 2009 to 2013.

Whitaker added at the time that although Clinton’s emailing of classified documents through her private computer server was a “serious” problem, the “real ballgame” is “where Clinton Foundation donors were given preferential treatment.”

However, Americans now know that the server scandal was even worse, and could have led to the deaths of scores of American spies in China.

However, “It’s very interesting to watch the Clinton camp try to explain away these meetings,” said Whitaker, discussing the strange goings-on during her tenure as the State Department head.

“Fifty percent of the meetings she took with people that were not essentially employees or representatives of countries or the like, just sort of individuals that wanted to meet with the Secretary of State, 50 percent of those – as the AP has reported, more than 50 percent – were Clinton Foundation donors.”

“It is not possible for them to explain away that Clinton Foundation donors were given preferential treatment when it came to seeing the Secretary of State,” he said.

Whitaker added that the scrapping of the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s illicit use of a private email server is “one of the reasons that a special counsel is required.”

“We need somebody that is independent to look at these facts,” he said.

“I was concerned when I heard that the Attorney General [Loretta Lynch in 2016] and the politicals at the Department of Justice had determined not to open an investigation into what is clearly a pay-to-play situation where, if you gave money to the Clinton Foundation, you got preferential treatment, if you had business from the State Department.”

“Based on what I’ve seen, that’s in the public domain currently, I think there’s enough to have a special prosecutor that can look into this, that can have the ability to subpoena documents and interview witnesses and do the kind of things and have the independence separate from this administration,” he added.

“There is so much here, so much smoke, so many unanswered questions,” he said.

Before the interview concluded, Whitaker said, “I’ve always thought the Clinton Foundation is a very sophisticated way to get around the campaign finance laws and to allow for unlimited donations and an ability to curry favor with a presidential candidate that, quite frankly, is unprecedented in the history of our country.”

Americans now know that it was much worse that was thought in 2016. The massive corruption that went unchecked under her supervision, and Barack Obama’s, is astonishing.

Huge numbers of U.S. spies slaughtered. The Chinese had real-time access to every message sent over Clinton’s private server, and recently it was discovered that a whistleblower who warned top brass about a Google flaw in a sensitive communications application was fired for his warning… and then more Americans were captured and killed.

There really is no way to discover the depth of depravity carried out under the Obama regime without a special investigation… a real one… so perhaps Whitaker will get one going.

Most people hope he does.