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James Carville: The Clintons’ pay-to-play schemes save lives so their critics better prepare to go to hell

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By Doug Powers  •  August 23, 2016 10:13 AM

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For another example of the kind of lift that allows the Clintons to float above the law, look no further than James Carville describing how Bill and Hillary’s shenanigans save lives (via Ed Morrissey at Hot Air):

Pressed on whether the Clinton Foundation should have clamped down on foreign donations before Clinton became secretary of state, Carville responded, “If you ask me as a political adviser, of course.”

“If you ask me as a human being, eh, I’m not too sure. As a human being I think the foundation does an enormous amount of good. From a strictly political standpoint, yeah,” Carville said, invoking his Catholic sixth-grade teacher to say, “somebody is going to hell over this. Because somebody, now I’m not saying here—or somewhere is. This is saving people’s lives.”

Lawlessness, for the children!

Because there are only two choices in Carville’s world: Allow the Clintons to use the family foundation as their personal slush fund, or kill kids:

How many people are currently in prison because “but I did a lot of good charity work” wasn’t an acceptable defense?

**Written by Doug Powers

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