Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe paired up with Hillary Clinton’s brother to manufacture electric cars in the United States. But then everything went wrong when Hillary didn’t win the election. Now the investors are suing both of them.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
Chinese Investors File $17 Million Fraud Lawsuit Against McAuliffe, Hillary Clinton’s Brother
A group of 32 Chinese citizens has sued Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D.) and former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s brother, Anthony Rodham, over a venture aimed at manufacturing electric cars in the United States.
The Chinese investors filed a $17 million fraud lawsuit in Fairfax County, Virginia court last week, alleging that they were swindled out of about $560,000 apiece as a result of misrepresentations made by McAuliffe and Rodham, two of the most politically connected proponents of the business venture, Politico reported Tuesday.
The suit is yet another headache for McAuliffe as he mulls a potential presidential bid in 2020, buoyed in part by Democrats’ strong showing in the state in the election earlier this month. McAuliffe confirmed last year that his business dealings with foreign nationals were under investigation by the FBI and federal prosecutors. It’s unclear whether that probe involved Greentech or whether the inquiry is still ongoing.
The liberal media is completely ignoring this, naturally.
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