May 17, 2024

Former Bill Clinton White House Counsel Dead

Another member of the Clinton mafia has met his demise.

This time, it is Jack Quinn, a former White House Counsel during the Bill Clinton administration.

Quinn was 74.

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You will not see me mourn the death of Quinn because I believe he was part of the beginning of the end of our government as it was meant to be.

The man had no problem getting people riled up, admitting that when he was away on vacation, “the hot air index” in DC would go down.

In addition to serving as Clinton’s White House Counsel, he founded a lobbying firm, which you guys know I despise.

He also helped organize the last-minute presidential pardon for Marc Rich.

Presidents usually save their most controversial pardons for their final day in office, and Bill Clinton was no different.

Rich was a fugitive from justice for owing $48 million in taxes and having been charged with 51 counts of tax fraud.

Rich’s wife, Denise, had dropped a ton of cash in Hillary’s Senate campaign as well as having made significant donations to the Clinton library.

Even Democrats were outraged over the pardons at the time, with former President Jimmy Carter calling it “disgraceful.”

Quinn, you see, was knee-deep in the swamp and among the Democrat establishment elites, and he stayed there for some time even after leaving the Clinton administration.

The only good thing that Quinn ever did, at least in my eyes, was open the door for terror victims to sue foreign governments.

This came about after Quinn joined the case of 9/11 survivors who wanted to sue Saudi Arabia to hold it accountable for its alleged involvement in the 9/11 plot.

Quinn’s wife, Susan, confirmed his death, stating that he had died from complications from a lung transplant that originally took place in 2019.

No, there will be no tears shed on these pages for the death of Jack Quinn because he epitomized everything that is wrong and was a poster boy for political corruption.

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