Hillary Clinton and her staff continue to stone wall any requests to see the transcripts of any Wall Street speeches that she has made. What could be the reason for this? The best guess is that there is some kind of back scratching going on between Hillary and Wall Street. What has she promised them in return for these speeches that garnered Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars? Is she a secret Wall Street supporter, after all?
From Investors Business Daily Editorial:
Something Else Clinton Is Hiding Is Enough To Wipe Out Her Campaign
Election ’16: Many voters know by now that Hillary Clinton made a speech to Goldman Sachs for which she was well paid. What they don’t know is the content of the speech. They should. It might change some votes.
Clinton was paid $225,000 in 2013 to speak to Goldman Sachs executives and technology chiefs at an Arizona conference. All told, she made $675,000 for three Wall Street speeches.
Politico has reported that at the Arizona speech, Clinton “spent no time criticizing Goldman or Wall Street more broadly for its role in the 2008 financial crisis,” a posture that is expected of Democrats. Instead of railing against Goldman Sachs and Wall Street as Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren would if they had the chance, Clinton apparently heaped praise on the company. A person who was present at one of the speeches said her remarks were “pretty glowing about us.”