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The #1 New York Times bestselling graphic novel inspired by Peter Schweizer's bestselling exposé, which the New York Times called "the most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle." "Every American needs to buy it, read it, and become fully literate in the Clinton scams... It’s like the most explosive candidate opposition file that every American can access." — The #1 New York Times bestselling graphic novel inspired by Peter Schweizer's bestselling exposé, which the New York Times called "the most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle." "Every American needs to buy it, read it, and become fully literate in the Clinton scams... It’s like the most explosive candidate opposition file that every American can access." — Breitbart News Based on the New York Times bestseller Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer, this graphic novel retells in high-definition detail the tale of the Clintons' jaw-dropping auctioning of American power to foreign companies and Clinton Foundation donors. Inside, readers will learn why Hillary Clinton approved the transfer of 20% of all U.S. uranium to Putin's Russia; why Bill Clinton's speaking fees soared during Hillary's tenure as Secretary of State; how the Clintons bilked Keystone Pipeline investors; how Hillary's brother scored a rare "gold exploitation permit" from the Haitian government; and so much more. Stunningly illustrated, hilariously retold, and inspired by the blockbuster book that reshaped the contours of the presidential election, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel brings to life Hillary and Bill's brazen plot to fleece the planet for maximum profit. "Thank goodness, then, for Peter Schweizer and his blockbuster exposé Clinton Cash." —New York Post


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The #1 New York Times bestselling graphic novel inspired by Peter Schweizer's bestselling exposé, which the New York Times called "the most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle." "Every American needs to buy it, read it, and become fully literate in the Clinton scams... It’s like the most explosive candidate opposition file that every American can access." — The #1 New York Times bestselling graphic novel inspired by Peter Schweizer's bestselling exposé, which the New York Times called "the most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle." "Every American needs to buy it, read it, and become fully literate in the Clinton scams... It’s like the most explosive candidate opposition file that every American can access." — Breitbart News Based on the New York Times bestseller Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer, this graphic novel retells in high-definition detail the tale of the Clintons' jaw-dropping auctioning of American power to foreign companies and Clinton Foundation donors. Inside, readers will learn why Hillary Clinton approved the transfer of 20% of all U.S. uranium to Putin's Russia; why Bill Clinton's speaking fees soared during Hillary's tenure as Secretary of State; how the Clintons bilked Keystone Pipeline investors; how Hillary's brother scored a rare "gold exploitation permit" from the Haitian government; and so much more. Stunningly illustrated, hilariously retold, and inspired by the blockbuster book that reshaped the contours of the presidential election, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel brings to life Hillary and Bill's brazen plot to fleece the planet for maximum profit. "Thank goodness, then, for Peter Schweizer and his blockbuster exposé Clinton Cash." —New York Post

30 review for Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jayson

    (B+) 76% | Good Notes: More illustrated PowerPoint than graphic novelization, it IDs corruption by pattern of behavior, and feels very 1990s.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    This was the graphic novelization of the "famous/notorious?" Peter Schweizer book that was also made into a "documentary" film. I read the (actual) Schweizer book several months ago; as a non-Republican, and definitely, non Trump supporter, the book evidently explained how Bill & Hillary Clinton had gotten so rich after leaving the WH. There were tons of disturbing ?coincidences of favorable gov decisions rendered by Hillary, followed by lucrative speaking tour fees for Bill, and many times, don This was the graphic novelization of the "famous/notorious?" Peter Schweizer book that was also made into a "documentary" film. I read the (actual) Schweizer book several months ago; as a non-Republican, and definitely, non Trump supporter, the book evidently explained how Bill & Hillary Clinton had gotten so rich after leaving the WH. There were tons of disturbing ?coincidences of favorable gov decisions rendered by Hillary, followed by lucrative speaking tour fees for Bill, and many times, donations to the Clinton Foundation. The graphic novel treatment of Schweizer's book attempts a simplification of the novel; the drawing/colors/lettering are all expert - but the book has a choppy feel, doesn't hang together as a story. However, since I was never a fan of Bill and Hillary Clinton - never voted for either of them, always voted for a 3rd party candidate (Perot, Stein) whenever they ran (or opponents - such as Sanders) actually the graphic novel was entertaining since it poked fun or mocked Bill and Hillary Clinton. Such a book, in fact, should be written/drawn about Trump; since his life story, with its many reversals and embarrassments, would make an ideal graphic novel, which almost writes itself. If the Clintons are money-grubbers, then Trump is even more so. If Hillary Clinton sold her office to enrich herself personally or her foundation, we shall see how many ways Trump finds to make money out of being President. If the Clintons are corrupt, how much more corrupt will Trump be? "Clinton Cash" wasn't the only pro Republican book that influenced the outcome of the 2016 general election. There was an industry from way back of anti Clinton books, especially after Benghazi. The Republican anti Clinton propaganda machine - in the form of films, books, articles, blogs, you name it - was running full-time for several years, gearing up for 2016. No doubt the Republicans never expected a Trump win, though - and now hope to lasso Trump into standard Republican thinking, now that Trump has actually won. Hillary was the wrong candidate for 2016 - a more genuinely working class candidate might have been more believable. You got the impression that Bill and Hillary were ready to sell the American people, if they could, first with NAFTA, which made it easy for corps to move to Mexico. How believable was Hillary as the working class advocate if she backed trade deals that lead to job loss? The issue that Perot ran on 25 years ago, now has come back to destroy the Dem party - a party that was comfy with globalization and neo-liberalism, a party that maybe became more Republican than the Republicans (or, nearly identical to the Republican Party). The trade deals, globalization, and so forth, didn't work - and voters can't always be taken for granted. The corporate donors to the Dem and Rep parties must realize that their money didn't bring the desired result - it may not be as easy to off-shore jobs from now on, so their profits will be cut (although Trump says the cuts in the corp tax rate will make up for the profits loss). Trump's an abhorrent fool - prejudiced, racist, misogynist, backward. It is an ongoing global nightmare since 11/8/16. He was right about one thing - the same thing Sanders ran on - but when Trump says it, it's not the same thing as when Sanders said it. The trade deals were wrong, and globalization only works to bid down wages here and elsewhere - it makes capitalistic exploitation of the global working class way too easy. Trump though is an arch capitalist, so the protection of the working class is not actually what he wants. He is looking to cement his working class support for 2020, and will undercut any gains on the job front with losses on myriad other fronts (med ins, Social Security, environmental & worker safety protection, less affordable housing etc). So the losses to the working class will cancel out the job gains. He expects the working class to be "grateful" to him four years hence, because jobs were saved & jobs returned (if all goes as planned)? The working class is supposed to be grateful with no minimum wage raise, med ins in tatters, likely cuts in Social Security & Medicare? Money has to be found to finance the expansion of the military, the infrastructure projects and the tax cuts for the rich and the corps - the cuts will be made to the social safety net programs and to agencies that were heretofore protecting the working class (OSHA, EPA, Dept of Education etc). The US is now moving from an era of reasoned, calm progress under Obama (no-drama Obama) to the daily melodrama of Trump. As usual, the working class will undoubtedly lose out, just as it lost out to the global elites the last 25 years of neo-liberalism. This time, the working class will be told privatization is a "good thing" that the environment is "just fine" that coal-fired power plants are "fantastic" - all sorts of lies will be forced on the working class in the name of "saving jobs" or "creating jobs." The Democratic Party could return to its roots as the party of the working class by pointing out Trump's lies, the consequences of despoiling the environment, what it will mean to remove worker protection (OSHA) and so forth - and how, in directing Fed $ to charter schools, the system of public education is gradually privatized, which is contrary to the intentions of the Founders, who correctly believed that a national system of free, public, secular education was essential to the survival of the American democracy. The Democratic Party could become less a party glorifying elites, and the moneyed, international professional class, and more a party putting the American working class at the center of attention. And doesn't the working class suffer world-wide under globalization? The task is to correct the power imbalance created by the trade pacts and neo-liberalism, and then duplicate the American example of resistance to globalization world-wide - let anti-globalization become global and thus lift up workers internationally, rather than have them be ground under the heel of rampant capitalism run wild. If all workers were receiving decent wages, and all workers were subject to the same environmental and on-the-job protection, there would be no reason for capitalists to swarm to low-wage countries that offer no environmental regulations. Industry would not concentrate in a few countries. There might be jobs everywhere. The point is, the balance of power would tip in favor of the working class everywhere - as it should. Fairness, a massive transfer of money into the pockets of the working class in the form of decent wages (instead of paying them peanuts) from the pockets of the capitalists - this is the revolution that was envisioned in the 19th C by Marx although Marx went a step further to wrest control of property from the capitalists in favor of the workers. The point is, lifting up workers internationally should be the ultimate goal - even under capitalism, rather than enabling capitalists to further fatten their bottom lines, as is the case today with trade pacts, tax havens, and so forth. Capital accumulation - income inequality - has gotten out of hand; the brakes must be applied to the greed of the capitalists - ironically, it may be an arch-capitalist (Trump) rather than a socialist (Sanders) who applies the brakes to globalization/neo-liberalism.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    It seems a great deal of effort went into producing this book, yet it also appears that if is merely a conservative hack job designed to attack the Clintons.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jacob

    Public library copy. I was disappointed this work was dry and boring. I'm a fan of the adapter and artist, but their bias was so obvious from page one I could tell it wasn't for me. I like Hilary. I voted for her. She is not without flaws or dirt, but this was a smear book and nothing else. I wouldn't read the novel from which this was based. One of the early pages in this book features Chelsea Clinton with a word balloon about her liking diarrhea.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shantala (Shanaya Tales)

    Originally Published on www.shanayatales.com I don't read very many graphic novels, but a political graphic novel intrigued me, and so I gave this a go. Now, without focusing on the content for a bit, I must say that I find the concept of having graphic novels in this genre, really cool. It makes the content accessible to a whole other segment of readers, who would have been intimidated by the sheer size of the other bulky reads this genre houses. For instance - this graphic novel is based on the Originally Published on www.shanayatales.com I don't read very many graphic novels, but a political graphic novel intrigued me, and so I gave this a go. Now, without focusing on the content for a bit, I must say that I find the concept of having graphic novels in this genre, really cool. It makes the content accessible to a whole other segment of readers, who would have been intimidated by the sheer size of the other bulky reads this genre houses. For instance - this graphic novel is based on the New York Times bestseller book Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer. I am pretty sure I would not have been inclined to read a 272 page documentation of the various Clinton Scams, but a graphic dominated book which is less than half the size was doable. Having said that, there is also the obvious limitation of such a format, which is that, there is no room to go into detail; it is mostly the cliff notes version of the actual book. So it only really works as a quick glance through, something that gives you some food for thought, and a foundation for more research. Or in this case, something that might help you mourn her defeat less, and accept the equally (?!) difficult alternative that we are faced with now.Read more

  6. 4 out of 5

    Philip Cosand

    The title claims this is a graphic novel. Ehhh, just barely. Adapted from a book, Dixon shifts the narrative into a more picture-friendly version, bringing along some of his comic pals. (Dixon and Graham Nolan were the two that suckered me into reading this, but Sergio C. is no slouch either.) Yes, Clintons' behavior has been sketchy. Yes, this will give folks plenty of ammunition if they dislike the couple already. But is it entertaining? Does this different format win over new throngs of intere The title claims this is a graphic novel. Ehhh, just barely. Adapted from a book, Dixon shifts the narrative into a more picture-friendly version, bringing along some of his comic pals. (Dixon and Graham Nolan were the two that suckered me into reading this, but Sergio C. is no slouch either.) Yes, Clintons' behavior has been sketchy. Yes, this will give folks plenty of ammunition if they dislike the couple already. But is it entertaining? Does this different format win over new throngs of interested readers? Not at all. There are some attempts by the artists to increase the humor factor, but mostly they fall flat. Plenty of other outlets are eager to tell these tales. This is simply more of the same.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Most definitely a filler novel to get ahead on my reading challenge, but wow. It was pretty hard for me to keep up with everything because there is so. much. corruption. I can't say that I'm completely surprised, but I really don't know what else to say.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jenn Marshall

    I chose this for a 2018 reading challenge for the category "Challenge My Viewpoint." I am very liberal in my political beliefs and am trying to finish this challenge with only graphic novels, this was one of the few conservative ones I could find. It was full of ridiculous conspiracy theories and not enjoyable except for the ridiculous images that were included.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Martin

    Really quite shocking. The media has done a terrible job of shining a light on the stomach-turning deals divulged in this book. The art is just OK or marginal. Chuck Dixon has done a nice job on the adaptation.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Frank Schwarz

    I suppose this is just one more part of the "vast right-wing conspiracy".

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rob Smith, Jr.

    * As of Spring 2019, started reading collections of cartooning, comic books or graphic novels to aid part of my profession. Trying to read something once a week. As a conservative, one would think I would give this 10 points and scream for everyone to read it immediately. But, i am more objective than not and have to look at this as a graphic novel. Writing: Chuck Dixon deserve those 10 points for this adaption of Schweizer's book. As a political cartoonist, I know how hard it is to adapt pertinen * As of Spring 2019, started reading collections of cartooning, comic books or graphic novels to aid part of my profession. Trying to read something once a week. As a conservative, one would think I would give this 10 points and scream for everyone to read it immediately. But, i am more objective than not and have to look at this as a graphic novel. Writing: Chuck Dixon deserve those 10 points for this adaption of Schweizer's book. As a political cartoonist, I know how hard it is to adapt pertinent facts into sequential storytelling. It is extremely difficult. The actual Schweizer book is piled with facts and footnotes and background. I would've gotten tripped up trying to cover it all. Dixon simplifies and streamlines the vast material. Outstanding work. Art: Seems too many cooks in the kitchen. 7? SEVEN? artists? Two, i know, are outstanding illustrators. That is lost here. The layout, art, color, lettering are all poorly executed. I would guess the pencils of Nolan and Cariello were excellent and then ruined in inking. Also, it seems much of this was created in separate art pieces and then pieced together. That is the only reasonable answer I can put together involving as to why there is so much dead space in many panels and over emphasis of some useless panels to others. The layout is probably the largest problem as the book moves from panel to panel to panel with no effort to intersperse interesting design elements to better tell a complicated story. Bottom line: I recommend this book. 6 out of ten points.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    I personally do not like partisan political books unless they are written by what I would consider intellectual heavy hitters. I was hoping Clinton Cash would be a change of pace, but overall I felt it just did not hang together. If you are going to accuse someone of engaging in ongoing unethical/borderline criminal behavior, you need to be meticulous about making it clear when you are portraying unadorned facts intended to persuade and when you are being sarcastic or funny to make a more editor I personally do not like partisan political books unless they are written by what I would consider intellectual heavy hitters. I was hoping Clinton Cash would be a change of pace, but overall I felt it just did not hang together. If you are going to accuse someone of engaging in ongoing unethical/borderline criminal behavior, you need to be meticulous about making it clear when you are portraying unadorned facts intended to persuade and when you are being sarcastic or funny to make a more editorial point. I don't know if the primary problem here was the art or the writing, but I got tired of having to constantly separate the commentary from the reporting. It's not worth the effort, because it's just not very funny. If you are not already aware that the Clintons are crass, unapologetic money grabbers and influence peddlers, the book may impact you more than it did me.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Ondrus

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Certainly food for thought. The basic strategy that the book alleges is there is a poor country with resources, there's usually an autocrat in power, Bill's invited to give a speech for so-called high fees, then Hillary says no to what the country wants or publicly stands against it, then under the table deals are made and the political position changes, deal cinched, and then money flows to the Clinton foundation. The book covers a huge amount of countries, though there are no sources provided.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    Her....! Well written and illustrated. Most of what is depicted did NOT surprise me when it comes to this *cough* woman! My husband originally bought this book, and I read most of it on his iPad. I then bought this (eBook) myself and went back through it from beginning to end!!! How this vile woman was -almost- the President of the United States.....ewwww. Regardless of my opinion of her, this book (cartoon setting) was well constructed and flowing. Thanks so much. :-))))

  15. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Ernst

    These two are just awful people only interested in enriching themselves. Can they disappear immediately !

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carole Petersen

    Always said Hillary was & is corrupt. Read this in late 2015-early 2016. Now it is 2017 & investigations are FINALLY starting! We will see wither she gets out of this one. Always said Hillary was & is corrupt. Read this in late 2015-early 2016. Now it is 2017 & investigations are FINALLY starting! We will see wither she gets out of this one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Zimmerman

    Should be required reading This book should be required reading for every registered voter in America. The book makes it clear how corrupt our political system truly is

  18. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Fun drawings but scary subject...

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sally

    Nauseating, disgusting. It certainly points out succinctly what slimy creepy crooks they are (Clintons). A sad commentary. They should be ashamed and in prison.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tedward

    Less of a graphic novel and more of a visualization of Peter Schweitzer's book. Very informative and very disturbing. It answers the question of how Bill and Hillary went from "broke" upon leaving the White House to multi-millionaires which usually involves all manner of graft and profiting off of the suffering in the third world. What the Clinton foundation did to Haiti was unforgivable IMO.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    I read the original version of this book and got all of the facts laid out but this graphic version really establishes some very interesting "coincidences" that look remarkably like pay to play. Everyone needs to make their own mind up but if even one little scintilla of this book is true and it sure seems to be then the fix is in and you are totally above the law if your last name is Clinton and you are more used to parsing the truth than actually speaking it. On a completely different front, t I read the original version of this book and got all of the facts laid out but this graphic version really establishes some very interesting "coincidences" that look remarkably like pay to play. Everyone needs to make their own mind up but if even one little scintilla of this book is true and it sure seems to be then the fix is in and you are totally above the law if your last name is Clinton and you are more used to parsing the truth than actually speaking it. On a completely different front, the illustrations in this volume are amazing and I don't normally like graphic novels because they are basically comic books for those who don't like the written word, but in this instance, the illustrations rise to the level of art and are worth the look. If you should happen to glean some interesting facts along the way then all the better. Make an informed choice and understand exactly what and who you are voting for this election no matter who the choice may be. This applies to both candidates equally so no haters please.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bruno

    Informative, entertaining, interesting. A must read to anyone that wants to loose the dogmatic view in one side of the political spectrum being much different than the other. We are governed by interests and not by people. “Realpolitik” and conflict of interests are the moving force in global politics. “It is not love, or morality, or international law that determines the outcome of world affairs, but the changing distribution of organized force” William Woodruff, A Concise History of the Modern W Informative, entertaining, interesting. A must read to anyone that wants to loose the dogmatic view in one side of the political spectrum being much different than the other. We are governed by interests and not by people. “Realpolitik” and conflict of interests are the moving force in global politics. “It is not love, or morality, or international law that determines the outcome of world affairs, but the changing distribution of organized force” William Woodruff, A Concise History of the Modern World. I could not give 5 stars to this book because even though most information on it is checked and open for public scrutiny, some of it is either open for individual opinion or undisclosed, leaving it difficult to understand how could the allegation be sustained if confronted by an rival opinion.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    Notorious criminal, Al Capone, was never convicted of a crime other than tax evasion. Saul Alinsky, studied the tactics of Al Capone's criminal family and developed his famous "Rules for Radicals." Utilizing Alinsky's rules, Hillary Clinton has amassed enormous power and hundreds of millions of dollars and just may buy her way into the Presidency. Clinton Cash exposes how the Clinton's, Hillary, Bill and Chelsea, "earned" their millions through - corruption, bribery, stealing, blackmail and pay-f Notorious criminal, Al Capone, was never convicted of a crime other than tax evasion. Saul Alinsky, studied the tactics of Al Capone's criminal family and developed his famous "Rules for Radicals." Utilizing Alinsky's rules, Hillary Clinton has amassed enormous power and hundreds of millions of dollars and just may buy her way into the Presidency. Clinton Cash exposes how the Clinton's, Hillary, Bill and Chelsea, "earned" their millions through - corruption, bribery, stealing, blackmail and pay-for-play government schemes with your tax money. As a graphic novel, it is ideal for your average low-information voter. Buy several copies and hand them out at Walmart.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mike Klein

    If you just rated this as a graphic novel, it would be really good. The art and lettering are both top notch and the story flows nicely. As the comic representation of a serious non-fiction book it is both successful and perhaps dulls the point with the nice art. My only other complaint is that the book sort of implies it is a culmination of all the Clinton scandals when really it is just about the extensive questionable actions of the Clinton Foundation. Worth knowing about but felt a little li If you just rated this as a graphic novel, it would be really good. The art and lettering are both top notch and the story flows nicely. As the comic representation of a serious non-fiction book it is both successful and perhaps dulls the point with the nice art. My only other complaint is that the book sort of implies it is a culmination of all the Clinton scandals when really it is just about the extensive questionable actions of the Clinton Foundation. Worth knowing about but felt a little like I was oversold on the content.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gator

    Very interesting, if all true to word then this is of course some extremely criminal behavior punishable by life in prison if not the death sentence. History will show the Clinton's and the people around them where nothing but a political crime family. Very glad they lost both 08&16 elections, America would have suffered greatly and never recovered. HILLARY & BILL for prison, ill stand by that comment till the end. The art work is good in this book and I enjoyed the quick and very well connected Very interesting, if all true to word then this is of course some extremely criminal behavior punishable by life in prison if not the death sentence. History will show the Clinton's and the people around them where nothing but a political crime family. Very glad they lost both 08&16 elections, America would have suffered greatly and never recovered. HILLARY & BILL for prison, ill stand by that comment till the end. The art work is good in this book and I enjoyed the quick and very well connected explanations put forth.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Peter

    If you think what the media is telling you about the Clinton's is made up, read this book. It'll blow you away the level of corruption and pay for play these two grifters have been up to. It actually made me want to vomit how they have destroyed people's lives in their quest for untold money and power.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Russty

    More explosive "proof"(or at least leads) that will lead any sane individual to believe that the Clinton's belong among the elites of American criminals, sell-outs, and/or traitors in the history of the United States... But, don't take my word for it... This book requires serious consideration by any conscientious American / voter!!!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kenny

    It's impossible not to be shocked by the shenanigans of the Clinton tag team and their bunch of cronies as the rob poor but resource rich countries of their wealth and leave them worse off. The biggest tragedy is the American taxpayer's money.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michael Wiggins

    Is this cheating to finish my reading challenge with a graphic novel? Well, maybe, but it was worth it. This isn't thorough, with plenty of supporting documentation, but it is a great primer of corruption.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Harry Seldon

    The truth about the Clintons...

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