Strong response to theme: 'Hillary for prosecution, not president'
With the possibility fading of Barack Obama's Justice Department prosecuting the inevitable Democratic Party presidential nominee, a new independent campaign to expose what it sees as Hillary Clinton's criminal actions and prosecute her at the state level is on fire, says one of the organizers.
The campaign is called the Hillary Clinton Investigative Justice Project, and it was conceived by two veteran investigative journalists who plan to take their findings to state attorneys general in jurisdictions in which the non-profit, tax-exempt Clinton Family Foundation does business.
"The Clinton Family Foundation is effectively a criminal, money-laundering operation principally established to enrich the founders with political payoff money, including millions from foreign donors," said Joseph Farah, founder and chief executive officer of WND. "It's a racketeering enterprise protected by the Democratic Party dons - including the president of the United States and his attorney general."
Since the campaign was launched recently, hundreds of Americans have donated to the cause, says Farah.
"It's on fire," he says. "I haven't seen such enthusiasm since the campaign to dump John Boehner earlier this year. That campaign proved successful. I think this one will too."