Former President Bill Clinton was photographed in the Hamptons with two notable sugar billionaires, according to Fox News.
On Tuesday at Sag Harbor, New York, Clinton, who just turned 75, was seen speaking and boarding a yacht with brothers Alfonso and Pepe Fanjul. The brothers are the owners of a massive sugar and real estate company in Florida valued at over $8 billion.
Clinton and Pepe Fanjul were both acquaintances of Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted child sex offender who was listed in the late financier’s “black book” of wealthy and prominent people around the world (The True Defender).
Alfonso Fanjul, 84, is a longtime Democratic donor, and his brother Pepe, 77, has donated to President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.
Chelsea, Hillary, and Bill Clinton have been seen vacationing in the Hamptons ahead of the release of FX mini-series, “American Crime Story: Impeachment,” which spotlights Bill’s affair with Monica Lewinsky (The Spectator).
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Last week, elections watchdog Public Interest Legal Foundation released a report showing over 80,000 ‘lost’ votes in Wisconsin. Now, new developments from the Heritage Foundation suggest that there were more ‘unaccounted’ votes in a slew of competitive swing states than Biden’s margin of victory:
“Joe Biden’s margins of victory in Arizona, Nevada, and Wisconsin were slimmer than totals of unaccounted-for ballots,” said Hans von Spakovsky, the manager of the Heritage Foundation’s Election Law Reform Initiative and a senior legal fellow of the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies.
“Remember the margin of victory in Wisconsin was only 20,000 votes, and that basically 82,000 ballots were either lost or undeliverable or were rejected,” von Spakovsky said on Wednesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow. “That’s four times the margin of victory.” He also added, “Those are the numbers that the Wisconsin Election Commission itself reported to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.”
A further breakdown by the legal group, Public Interest Legal Foundation, shows that 1.4 million ballots were sent by mail. 6,458 of those were undeliverable. Additionally, 2,981 mail-in ballots were rejected. The vast majority, 76,308, met an “unknown” fate (Kolozeg).
“The federal data show the 2020 election had more mail ballots that were never counted than the margin of victory in the presidential election in Wisconsin,” J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, said in a statement. The Public Interest Legal Foundation reported that approximately 15 million mail ballots were unaccounted for in the 2020 election.
“This isn’t the way to run an election,” said Adams. He also added, “Mail ballots invite error, disenfranchisement of voters, and puts the inept U.S. Post Office determining the outcome of elections” (Headline USA).