Hillary Clinton’s NXIVM connection emerges, validating whistleblower claims

Hillary Clinton’s NXIVM connection emerges, validating whistleblower claims

Jeffrey Peterson is a technology entrepreneur who formerly was a top donor to the Arizona and national Democratic Party and DNC.

In 2018 as Peterson “walked away” from Democrats he began posting whistleblower information on social media including Twitter.

One of Peterson’s first social media posts, on July 30, 2018, connected close Hillary Clinton friend/subordinate Alan Bersin to the NXIVM cult. At the time, Peterson also blogged that the Clinton Foundation had ties to the NXIVM cult and the former President of Mexico.

Peterson’s reported claims about Clinton ties to the NXIVM Cult have been proven true as mention of contributions to Hillary Clinton’s political campaign by NXIVM members have began to emerge in government prosecution documents in the NXIVM case.

A document recently filed by government prosecutors has confirmed ties between the NXIVM “cult” and Hillary Clinton.

Specifically, on page 24 of document no. 414 in the government’s case against NXIVM, government prosecutors describe how fourteen members of NXIVM were involved with a “scheme to exceed contribution limits to a presidential primary campaign.”

The Presidential Primary campaign in question was that of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Alan Bersin, the former Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), attended Yale Law School with Hillary Clinton and was a Rhodes Scholar with Bill Clinton, as well as Clinton’s college roommate at Oxford.

On July 30, 2018, Peterson first tweeted about Alan Bersin’s connection to NXIVM. Peterson reported he had been harassed by Bersin as part of a coordinated campaign by top Democrats to lessen Peterson’s credibility in case he were to speak publicly about Democrat corruption, including NXIVM.

On August 10, 2018, Peterson tweeted that he remembered attending a dinner with former President Bill Clinton shortly after meeting Emiliano Salinas, son of the former President of Mexico, Carlos Salinas.

President Clinton apparently told Peterson he was “good friends” with the former President of Mexico, Carlos Salinas.

It has been reported since the NXIVM scandal broke, that Emiliano Salinas, son of former Mexican President Carlos Salinas, was the leader of NXIVM in Mexico.

In December of 2018, Peterson filed a lawsuit against several of his former Democrat colleagues, including former U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke (who resigned in the Obama-era Fast and Furious gun-running scandal), the Democratic National Committee, and others.

Peterson’s lawsuit was amended for the first time on Jan. 4th, 2019. The lawsuit remains pending against all Defendants, Peterson’s former Democrat colleagues, in United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

Peterson’s lawsuit accused his former colleagues of running a lengthy retaliatory campaign against him, designed to lessen his credibility in case Peterson were to speak publicly about Democrat corruption, including the Clintons involvement in NXIVM, among other things.


Peterson’s lawsuit explains how he was formerly connected to top Democrats, and how his group of Democrat friends became increasingly involved with Mexican interests over time.

Peterson’s lawsuit goes on to explain how Peterson himself transported former Arizona Governor/former DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano to the Democratic National Convention where Barack Obama was nominated for President by Hillary Clinton.

Peterson’s lawsuit, 60 pages long at the time its first amendment in Jan. 2019, explains how he became involved with Alan Bersin, a close friend of Hillary Clinton, and Dennis Burke, the former U.S. Attorney who resigned in the wake of the Obama-era Fast and Furious gun running scandal.

Peterson’s full first-amended lawsuit can be downloaded here: https://www.scribd.com/document/396817725/D-Mass-18-cv-12572-dckt-000006-000-filed-2019-01-04

The revelations about Hillary Clinton’s ties to NXIVM are not the first information provided by Peterson that have been proven true with time.

On July 21 of 2018, Peterson tweeted about the time he attended a party near Washington, D.C. with several of his former Democrat colleagues, where high level DHS managers were present. Peterson reported hearing possible improper discussions about obtaining visas for Mexican nationals.

Peterson’s claims were proven true when the exact names Peterson had reported, former U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke and DHS interim legal counsel John Sandweg, emerged in NXIVM prosecution documents, accused of possible improper visa dealings for Mexican national members of NXIVM.

Peterson’s original tweet with reports of improper visa dealings, dated July of 2018:

Article reporting the news that emerged in late December of 2018, verifying Peterson’s July, 2018 claims:

And in Oct. of 2018, Peterson informed blogger Frank Parlato he had information that significant NXIVM personality Nancy Salzman would be taking a plea deal with the government.

Peterson’s tip was proven true in March of 2019 when Salzman became the first significant NXIVM defendant to publicly acknowledge she would plead guilty in the NXIVM case.

And now, Nancy Salzman is listed in the Government’s newly filed documents as the NXIVM conspirator who illegally bundled campaign contributions for Hillary Clinton.

Although Salzman arranged the illegal bundling for Clinton, the contributions themselves were made using NXIVM Defendant Clare Bronfman’s money.

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