Botching the Hillary Clinton investigation was one of the reasons FBI Director Comey was fired.

She did not want to use the official email account because she knew it would reveal how she and her cronies were getting rich because of her connections.

When she was Secretary of State, Hillary’s pals made millions by selling “EB-5 visas.”

Basically, the State Department will let very rich people into the country and stay if they are investing or creating jobs.

But what Hillary’s cronies did was create sham projects and use their influence with Hillary to get the visas approved.

This allows the person to get their money out of their own country and live here indefinitely.

All this while honest people must wait years to get approval to immigrate.

The Washington Post on April 28th wrote an article on the EB-5 Investor Visa Program.

EB-5s grant conditional visas to foreign entrepreneurs who invest in the United States.

Hillary’s State Department abused its intent raking in obscene profits — and in some cases leaving local communities high and dry, and considerably poorer as a result.

Hillary Clinton’s brother, Anthony D. Rodham, ran Gulf Coast Funds Management, one of the biggest EB-5 centers in the country.

Officials in Mississippi say up to $20 million reputedly raised through the Rodham-led Gulf Coast Funds Management has yet to be delivered to GreenTech Automotive, an electric car company founded by McAuliffe.

Rodham is president and CEO of Gulf Coast. A group of political associates of Bill Clinton, including his former IRS commissioner, serve on its board of directors.

Foreign nationals were duped into investing, thinking they were buying U.S. citizenship.

The government shut down the scheme in 2016, but not before Rodham and Bill Clinton made obscene profits for consulting fees.

Although designed to produce electric cars, GreenTech has only manufactured 25 of them and has not sold a single unit, even though the company has taken a huge investment from China and promised to produce 30,000 cars every year since 2014 and after.

The car made by GreenTech, named MyCar, can’t travel faster than 25 miles an hour.

Another key player was Hillary’s 2008 fundraiser and nowVirginia’s governor, Terry McAuliffe.

The money meant for the factory (eventually promised to Tunica County, Miss.) certainly didn’t surface in the community.

Wherever did it go? Tunica was left high and dry, the state lost money, and now the green-car factory has folded.

The New York Times reported on this in 2015:

After an investigation lasting more than two years, the inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security has found that Alejandro Mayorkas, the deputy secretary, intervened directly to gain fast-track consideration of visas for foreign investors connected to Democrats when he was the head of the visa agency.

In a report published Tuesday, the inspector general, John Roth, said Mr. Mayorkas’s conduct had left “an appearance of favoritism and special access” and created “significant resentment” among employees of the agency, Citizenship and Immigration Services. The report does not suggest illegality or recommend any punishment.

The inquiry, which was prompted by internal complaints from agency employees, found that Mr. Mayorkas had become personally involved and brought pressure to expedite visa reviews in three cases in a program that gives visas to certain foreigners who invest in an American business.

In one, Mr. Mayorkas intervened in a review for an electric car company whose chairman was Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat who is now governor of Virginia. At the time the chief executive of a company channeling the investments was Anthony Rodham.

According to the report, after the visa agency denied several applications filed by a company Mr. McAuliffe and Mr. Rodham ran, Mr. McAuliffe reached out to senior Homeland Security officials, seeking their help in getting the decisions overturned.

Mr. Mayorkas then met face to face with Mr. McAuliffe. In a later email to the department, Mr. McAuliffe claimed he had been guaranteed in the meeting that the review of his company’s application would be expedited. Mr. Mayorkas has denied he promised that.

But although agency officials determined that Mr. McAuliffe’s application should bedenied, Mr. Mayorkas told his staff that he wanted to review the decision. Many agency officials found “this level of scrutiny unsettling,” because previous directors had not intervened in such matters.

In 2013, Mr. Rodham emailed Mr. Mayorkas, complaining about delays in processing his company’s petitions. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Mayorkas “forwarded the email to the staff with a ‘high importance’ designation,” according to the report. The application was officially approved in February 2014.