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Hillary Claims She Is “Not In The Pocket Of Anyone” After Receiving $6 million From Soros Just Last Month

by Steve Watson, Infowars:

Hillary Clinton again addressed criticism that she is being bought by special interests by denying she is “in the pocket” of anyone, despite receiving a massive contribution of $6 million from Billionaire leftist George Soros.

Hillary appeared on CBS This Morning Monday. “And on the campaign trail, how do you answer that charge that Senator Sanders has made that you’re in the pocket of Wall Street or beholden to their interests?” co-host Norah O’Donnell asked.

“Well, look, anybody who knows me knows I’m not in the pocket of anyone, and anyone who thinks they can influence me certainly doesn’t know me,” Clinton said, while the hosts chuckled in the background.

It’s a line Clinton keeps repeating in the face of the fact that she is the only Democratic candidate who has received money from Wall Street… vast amounts of money from mega banks such as Goldman Sachs for speeches lasting under one hour.

A recent New York Times report detailed how the Clintons have raked in more than $125,000,000 in speaking fees since they left the White House, most of it stemming from Wall Street-linked financial firms.

The head of a major banking association predicted last year that Clinton “would become Mrs. Wall Street if she’s elected.”

In addition, the Clinton Foundation routinely accepts millions of dollars from the oil and gas industry, with donations coming directly from ExxonMobil and prominent oil-producing states in the Middle East. Yet Hillary claims she has no recollection of accepting money from big oil.

The allegations against Hillary will inevitably continue, as it has emerged that Billionaire “philanthropist” (read ‘puppet master’) George Soros has plyed her coffers with millions.

The Hill reports:

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