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Pardon Us Mr. McAuliffe: Scandals Engulfing Virginia's Dem Candidate For Governor

Anthony Rodham and Terry McAuliffe
On Friday, a spokesman for GreenTech Automotive, the company Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe served as chairman from 2010 to 2012, confirmed to Breitbart News in an emailed statement that the company is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission and The Washington Post has now published an in-depth expose of the financial shenanigans and fast dealing of Clinton confidant McAuliffe.

Here’s the short version of the article in three devastating quotes:

"An electric-car company co-founded by Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe (D) is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission over its conduct in soliciting foreign investors, according to law-enforcement documents and company officials."

"Some of those concerns center around Huawei Technologies, a privately-held electronics conglomerate with close ties to the Chinese government that has raised national security concerns. The documents... show that an executive for Huawei applied for a visa through Gulf Coast by investing in Green Tech."

"Representatives of both GreenTech and Gulf Coast, which share office space in Tysons Corner, confirmed Thursday that they had received subpoenas from the SEC for documents."

But wait, as the old TV commercial used to say, there’s more – a lot more as it turns out.

The Washington Post’s Friday article alleged that representatives of GreenTech Automotive said they have been subpoenaed by the Securities and Exchange Commission to produce documents related to the company's EB-5 foreign national investor program, and now Breitbart News has confirmed through an email statement from the company that the Post’s allegation is true.

But here’s the kicker.

According to the WaPo, "The SEC subpoenaed documents in May from GreenTech Automotive and bank records from a sister company, Gulf Coast Funds Management of McLean. The investigation is focused, at least in part, on alleged claims that the company 'guarantees returns' to the investors, according to government documents."

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's brother, Anthony Rodham, has served as President and CEO of Gulf Coast Funds Management since October 2009 according to reporting by Breitbart’s Michael Patrick Leahy.

That’s right, the same Anthony Rodham, brother of Hillary Rodham Clinton, who helped broker a Clinton pardon for one Vonna Jo Gregory, and her husband, Edgar Gregory, Jr. and who in return received $107,000 in "loans" from their company United Shows International.  (The company ultimately filed for bankruptcy and, of course, Rodham never paid back the money.

In June 2006 Michael Collins, a court-appointed trustee handling the United Shows International’s bankruptcy, sought repayment from Rodham and won a default judgment in a Nashville, Tennessee bankruptcy court.  As a result, Rodham was ultimately barred from accessing the $142,000 he then had in his bank account. 

According to a Human Events article from 2006, Anthony Rodham said that the funds transferred to him weren’t loans; they were payments for consulting services.  No one, however, could document any work Anthony Rodham did for the Gregorys to earn the money.

Now, Virginians are waiting with bated breath to see exactly what Anthony Rodham has been doing as the CEO of Terry McAuliffe’s Gulf Coast Funds Management, but let’s see – Anthony Rodham’s sister Hillary was in charge of the State Department, the government agency that processes visas, now the company’s EB-5 foreign national investor visa program is under investigation, and there are allegations that the company 'guarantees returns' to the investors, so whatever Anthony Rodham has been doing for McAuliffe’s company it ought to make great reading between now and the election.

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