Ronan Farrow Reveals How His Relationship With Hillary Went Sour After She Discovered He Was Investigating Sex Predator Harvey Weinstein

Ronan Farrow the author of the book ‘Catch and Kill,’ which documented the ways in which the mainstream media covered up for Hollywood sex predator Harvey Weinstein, opened up about how is relationship with his former boss Hillary Clinton took a turn for the worse after she discovered she was investigating Weinstein.

As The Daily Mail reports:

Farrow, who served as a special adviser on global youth issues to then-Secretary of State Clinton from 2011 and 2012, told the Financial Times that the pair shared a close relationship until 2017, when word got out that he was looking into allegations of sexual misconduct by Weinstein – one of Clinton’s top fundraisers.

‘It’s remarkable how quickly even people with a long relationship with you will turn if you threaten the centers of power or sources of funding around them,’ he told the outlet in an interview published over the weekend…

The findings of his investigation into Weinstein, published in The New Yorker in October 2017, won him a Pulitzer Prize and led to the movie mogul’s downfall while sparking the #MeToo movement.

Clinton reportedly accepted more than $40,000 in direct political contributions from Weinstein dating back to when she ran for senator in 1999. He also encouraged others in Hollywood to contribute to her various campaigns.

Clinton’s connections to Weinstein have long been ignored or downplayed by the liberal media, who have sought to present Hillary in the best light possible. But the real question is what Clinton really knew about Weinstein’s activities. Which, much like the activities of her predatory husband Bill, are likely far more than she is publicly letting on.


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