This is the movie that triggered the Citizens United case. It was scheduled to air in January 2008 but was blocked by the Federal Elections Commission. It made its way to the Supreme Court which was scheduled to rule that summer on it, Lo and behold, the SCOTUS pushed back the hearing until September 9th, 2009 and didn't actually rule on it until 2010.
The movie covers Hillary's involvement in the Whitewater Scandal, the Cattle Futures scandal, the Travel Office scandal, and the missing FBI files scandal. What it does not cover, is the 12 year old rape victim scandal, or the selling of pardons by Bill and Hillary to tax cheats, drug king pins, and terrorists.
These are only a few of the scandals that the leading Democratic contender for President will face in the coming months ahead. Add to it the fact that her unsecured server contained vital travel details of Ambassador Christopher Stevens leading up to Benghazi and that she deleted so many "personal" emails from it before turning it over, and the plethora of classified information containing emails discovered so far, and we have even more reason to question not only her honesty, but her judgement as well. Throw in a body count of 90 people so far that were involved with intimate details of the Clinton's financial and political empire, and we have to wonder to what lengths this woman will go to get her way once in office.
This is just a scratch on the surface of the scandals that surround Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton. I am willing to bet that the only reason her and her husband both aren't in jail already is that it would be a Political black eye on the United States government in the view of the rest of the world. While that indeed may be the case now, it may come to the point where it becomes expedient for our government to offer them both up as sacrificial lambs to prove that we are not the most corrupt government on this side of the oceans. Her best bet may be to fade into obscurity before that point is reached. Don't be the next Imelda Marcos!
Or maybe I should be giving that advice to Bill...