A Foreign Agent Actually DID Penetrate The 2016 Presidential Election!

Gen. John R. Allen (ret.), the Brookings Institute director is under FBI investigation for covertly lobbying on behalf of Qatar as a foreign agent. The General was a popular backer of Hillary’s failed Presidential campaign. The retired four-star general delivered a “rousing endorsement” of Clinton throughout his leftist renowned address at the Democratic National Convention in 2016.

When Clinton officially accepted the party’s nomination, Allen got a hero’s welcome on the last night of the convention. After being presented by Rep. Ted Lieu (D., Calif.) as the “general who knows more about ISIS than anyone,” Allen marched on stage to the beat of a military drum cadence as if he was Gen. George S. Patton commemorating the Allied triumph in Europe.

“My fellow Americans, I tell you without any hesitation or reservation that Hillary Clinton will be exactly the kind of commander in chief America needs today,” Allen said as a boisterous contingent of convention-goers chanted “No more war!” Following his speech, Allen told NPR he considered it his “duty” to support Hillary—a line reminiscent of failed candidate John Kerry’s infamous proclamation at the 2004 Democratic convention.

Brookings put Allen on administrative leave on June 8th amidst discoveries that private investigators have acquired “substantial evidence” that Allen intentionally breached the Foreign Agents Registration Act by failing to reveal his work for the government of Qatar, an infamous sponsor of terrorism and anti-Semitic propaganda. The prominent think tank has actually been slammed for its close ties to the controversial regime, which has actually contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to Brookings for many years and in 2014 pledged almost $15 million to develop a satellite school in Doha. Allen was named the president of Brookings in October 2017.


Qatar’s longstanding efforts to buy influence in the United States have, rather unsurprisingly, included considerable donations to the Clinton Foundation. In 2011, for instance, the foundation accepted a $1 million present from Qatar in honor of previous president Bill Clinton’s 65th birthday. Hillary was working as secretary of state at the time, however, neglected to reveal the huge contribution to the State Department regardless of her promise to keep the company apprised of the structure’s foreign donors.

Investigators state Allen was covertly lobbying on behalf of Qatar together with Imaad Zuberi, a Pakistani-American business person who contributed $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation. In February 2021, Zuberi was sentenced to 12 years in prison for falsifying records associated with his foreign lobbying. They were signed up by Richard Olson, who functioned as U.S. ambassador to Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates under the former president Barack Obama and just recently pleaded guilty to unlawfully lobbying on behalf of Qatar.

Hillary Clinton and her allies continue to firmly insist that foreign agents penetrated Donald Trump’s governmental project.  Alleging that Russian operatives with ties to Trump hacked voting machines to control the result, they have likewise consistently pushed the false narrative that Clinton was the true winner of the 2016 election.

Qatari efforts to exert influence over Democratic political leaders have actually shown no indication of slowing in the last few years. Rep. Eric Swalwell (D., Calif.), the unsuccessful governmental prospect best understood for farting on live tv, was photographed while treating himself to a shirtless camel ride in Qatar during a 2021 trip paid for by the U.S.-Qatar Business Council.

H/T The Washington Free Beacon

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