A complaint filed with Attorney General Hisham Barakat of Egypt argued that Naglaa Ali Mahmoud, the wife of imprisoned former Egyptian President and Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Morsi, admitted to collaborating with Hillary Clinton to oust current Egyptian President Abdel-Fatah Al-Sisi
In an interview granted to Turkey’s Anatolia news agency, Mahmoud allegedly made a number of statements that could lead to Hillary Clinton’s presidential hopes looking a lot like my hopes of fitting back into my old Army uniforms — theoretically possible, but not terribly realistic.
“I have between my fingers, a treasure trove of secrets from the White House and Mrs. Clinton fears my wrath,” Mahmoud reportedly said.
She allegedly refused to speak about long-time Clinton adviser Huma Abedin — a fact which may be telling in itself — but was less reticent about Clinton herself.
“We have a long friendship of many years,” she told Anatolia. “We lived in the U.S. and my children learned there. This friendship increased further when my husband became the legitimate president of the country.”
She claimed that her relationship with Clinton began in the 1980s and that she and her husband had been “recruited” by the Clintons.
Moreover, Mahmoud said that she has remained in communication with Clinton and that the former secretary of state has continued to seek her assistance in matters related to Middle East policy.
“We also have routine business dealings with the Clintons,” she reportedly added.
Yeah, well, find me someone who doesn’t.
Finally, she claimed, “Hillary depends on us tremendously to help her succeed in the coming presidential elections, just as we helped Barack Obama win twice.”
How, exactly, Morsi’s wife helped Barack Obama win the Oval Office twice was left unspecified by the report from Red Flag News, as was how she might help Hillary Clinton this time around, so it’s hard to know how much credence to give those claims.
But it’s actually sort of nice to have someone else to blame for the nightmare that has been the Obama presidency.