"Why has Clinton followed a policy of appeasement, and who is she working for?"
By Bob Unruh
Posted: February 18, 2010 ~ 12:25 am Eastern© 2010 WorldNetDaily
On her current Middle East trip, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressed worry that Iran is "moving toward" a military dictatorship, and an investigator who uncovered the "Chinagate" scandal when her husband was president now is wondering whether this careful wording is "ChinaGate, Part 2."
The original "Chinagate," documented on the Judicial Watch website, was uncovered by Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman. Technology companies allegedly made donations of millions of dollars to various Democratic Party entities, including President Bill Clinton's 1996 re-election campaign, in return for permission to sell high-tech secrets to China.
Bernard Schwartz and his Loral Space & Communication Ltd. later allegedly "helped China to identify the cause of [a rocket failure], thereby advancing China's missile program and threatening U.S. national security," according to records.
Now Klayman, who went on to found Freedom Watch USA, is interested in some answers that Hillary Clinton could provide.
"Why is Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration refusing to challenge the radical Islamic regime in Iran over its systematic imprisonment, torture and extermination of its own people?" Klayman asked today.
"Incredibly, Secretary of State Clinton was quoted as saying, 'We see that the government of Iran, the supreme leader, the president, the parliament, is being supplanted and that Iran is moving toward a military dictatorship?'" he said.
"Mrs. Clinton obviously knows that Islamic Iranian regime is already a Hitler-like dictatorship, comprised of neo-Nazis who imprison, torture and murder anyone who opposes them. That she would say the country is only moving in that direction is not naivete," Klayman said.
"Could it be that she is on the Iranian regime's payroll, just as was the case when she orchestrated the 'Chinagate' scandal from the Clinton White House?" he questioned.
A spokeswoman at the U.S. State Department told WND there would be no comment on the issue.
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