Mitch McConnell (R) (current senator Kentucky)

The seizure of the narcotics shipment in the Caribbean port occurred far away from Kentucky, the state in which Senator Mitch McConnell is now facing a career-defining election. But the Republican Senate minority leader has the closest of ties to the owner of the Ping May, the vessel containing the illicit materials: the Foremost Maritime Corporation, a firm founded and owned by McConnell’s in-laws, the Chao family. Read more:

Eric Holder (D) (former attorney general)

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Crime Does Pay

By Christopher R Rice

These crooks did not rob a local liquor store for a handful of dollars because they were hungry or strung-out or desperate, these crooks wore suits and ties to steal millions of dollars from their countrymen. And not for the good of others but only to enrich their own wealth.America's real criminals in no particular order: 

Jeff Sessions (R) (current attorney general)

It's more than a conflict of interest. The more people Attorney General Jeff Sessions sends to private prisons, the more money he shoves in his pockets. Read more:

Donald J. Trump (R) (current Prez. of the United States of Idiots)

Trump and the Russian Mafia Read more:

Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) (formerly ran the State Department)

The Clinton Foundation is a massive money-laundering scheme. Money goes in, State Department weapons deals come out. Read more:

Antonin Gregory Scalia (R) (former Supreme court Justice)

Crimes against Humanity Read more:

Rick Scott (R) (current governor of Florida)

Rick Scott was CEO of Columbia/HCA when they committed what was then the largest Medicare fraud in US history. Read more:

John McCain (R) (current senator AZ.)

McCain fortune traced to organized crime and Saudi Arabia. Read more: