Disgraced former president Bill Clinton will live in infamy for his 1998 impeachment over "high crimes and misdemeanors."
Most remember Clinton for his promiscuity — in and out of the oval office — along with his perjury and lies under oath. But aside from Clinton's womanizing and close ties to the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced president had a far more dangerous relationship with world superpower communist China.
Church Militant spoke with Thomas R. Hampson, a private investigator commissioned in the '90s by the U.S. Congress to unearth connections between China and the Clinton campaign.
Hampson, who previously worked with the U.S. Air Force as an intelligence analyst and who founded his own international investigation agency, discovered more than just diplomacy between Clinton and communist China.
Thomas Hampson: "Basically selling us out."
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Hampson revealed Clinton's close ties with billionaire tycoon Mochtar Riady — formed while Clinton was still governor of Arkansas. The communist Chinese funneled money into Clinton's campaigns through the billionaire's multinational conglomerate, Lippo Group.
Hampson: "Communist Chinese purchased a controlling interest in the financial side of the Lippo Group, and then the Lippo Group provided campaign financing to Clinton's campaign through a U.S. subsidiary."
Hampson discovered this highly illegal campaign contribution from China was part of a quid pro quo with the communists.
Hampson: "The Chinese were allowed to purchase several hundred Cray supercomputers, which we wouldn't even allow our allies to buy, and they also allowed the Chinese to strip high-tech equipment out of northeastern companies."
Once president, Clinton's treasonous dealings allowed China to accelerate development of nuclear weapons and nose cones for missiles. Hampson was prepared to expose in Congress Clinton's China affair, but legislators chose to drop the case and pursue the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal.
A year later, in 1999, disgraced president Clinton went on to cinch a historic deal allowing communist China into the World Trade Organization. Soon after, China's economic growth began to accelerate, giving rise to the world superpower that now threatens the United States.