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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton grant Ecuadorian family special immigration privileges after thousands of dollars in donations

December 17, 2014

   Let’s just say that you are a wealthy, politically connected family in Ecuador and you have been banned from coming to the United States because you were found guilty of providing people who work for you with fake visas but you really, really wanted to come here. What would you do to rectify the problem?

  The answer is simple; donate thousands of dollars to Democratic candidates. In other words, buy your way in.

  That is precisely what has happened according to this story. Here is more:

The Obama administration overturned a ban preventing a wealthy, politically connected Ecuadorean woman from entering the United States after her family gave tens of thousands of dollars to Democratic campaigns, according to finance records and government officials.

The woman, Estefanía Isaías, had been barred from coming to the United States after being caught fraudulently obtaining visas for her maids. But the ban was lifted at the request of the State Department under former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton so that Ms. Isaías could work for an Obama fund-raiser with close ties to the administration.

  Not only was the ban lifted but it was clearly for political reasons if this story is true for she will be working for an Obama fundraiser with ties to the Obama regime.

  But the story does not stop there:

It was one of several favorable decisions the Obama administration made in recent years involving the Isaías family, which the government of Ecuador accuses of buying protection from Washington and living comfortably in Miami off the profits of a looted bank in Ecuador.

The family, which has been investigated by federal law enforcement agencies on suspicion of money laundering and immigration fraud, has made hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions to American political campaigns in recent years. During that time, it has repeatedly received favorable treatment from the highest levels of the American government, including from New Jersey’s senior senator and the State Department.

 Oh yeah, and then there is this:

The Obama administration has allowed the family’s patriarchs, Roberto and William Isaías, to remain in the United States, refusing to extradite them to Ecuador. The two brothers were sentenced in absentia in 2012 to eight years in prison, accused of running their bank into the ground and then presenting false balance sheets to profit from bailout funds. In a highly politicized case, Ecuador says the fraud cost the country $400 million.

  I am sure this is all a huge coincidence. Move along, nothing to see here…

9 Comments leave one →
  1. December 17, 2014 9:02 pm

    Reported in the New York Times, no less. What is the world coming to?

    This has to be one of the most corrupt administrations in US history.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. December 17, 2014 9:03 pm

    Just up to their old tricks. Nothing to see as you say.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. December 18, 2014 3:42 am

    The Cost Of Americans , Via Clinton 1000 …
    Via…and so on..
    I’m shocked
    The Value of Amerucan life …or Values

    Liked by 1 person

  4. December 18, 2014 2:47 pm

    Surprise, surprise, surprise – Gomer Pyle style.

    Liked by 1 person

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