Whenever the name Peter Paul comes up in Democratic circles, the reaction is sharp and instantaneous. The man's a convicted felon. He's not believable. It's outrageous that anyone would believe him.
Of course, the Clintons were more than willing to embrace the convicted felon when they needed money for Hillary's Senate campaign in 2000. The result was a private Hollywood gala, the likes of which has never been seen before or since.
Last month, a video surfaced that reportedly shows Hillary collaborating on the planning of the event. According to some observers, it is shocking "evidence of Hillary participating, coordinating, and facilitating a hard money in-kind donation from Peter Paul. It was illegal from the outset." Knowingly accepting or soliciting $25,000 or more in a calendar year is a felony carrying a prison sentence of up to five years.
The videotape was submitted as evidence to a California appeals court in a civil fraud suit filed by Paul against Hillary and Bill Clinton.
Now attorneys on both sides are firing heavy salvos at each other, though the mainstream press has ignored the case completely. That won't be so easy if both Clintons are deposed along with several Hollywood celebs, as Paul is wont to do.
Paul says that no matter the outcome of the preliminary ruling, the Clintons and several Hollywood celebrities will be deposed.
Perhaps this explains why the Clintons have raised their DEFCON level to 3, which could, if tradition holds, result in a hilarious series of coverups and payoffs directed by the Clintonos.