James Comey already had Hillary’s EmailGate ‘fix’ Covered.
More important to now remove the immediate threat of treason for Bill Clinton.
Who are John W. Ashe and Ng Lap Seng. Why you should know and what they had to do with President Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch’s June 27th, 2016 Tarmac meeting.
Research compiled by TRuthMAchinE
John Ashe. former President of the United Nations General Assembly, was found dead in his home from an alleged “barbell accident” that occurred on Wednesday, June 22, 2016. Ashe conveniently died days before he was set to testify against President Bill Clinton regarding – WAIT — FOREIGN INTERFERENCE IN THE 1996 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
Ashe was to testify on June 27, 2016 about alleged Chinese interference in the 1996 presidential election, bribery and money laundering, corruption, etc, to the tune of $1 Billion in ‘donations’. Also slated to testify on that date was Ashe’s Chinese business partner and co-defendant, Ng Lap Seng.
To add the flavor of conspiracy, not only was Ashe a person who found himself on the wrong side from the Clinton’s, there were several inconsistencies with his death. The timing of his death was mentioned. Official reports indicated he died of a heart attack, however, local police on the scene reported Ashe died when his throat was crushed by a barbell during a ‘workout accident’. We remember the cabal’s tendency to use symbolism.
Ng Lap Seng had initially fled the U.S. to keep from testifying before Congress. During Bill Clinton’s run for president, Seng had ‘donated’ $1 Million to Bill Clinton’s campaign and hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Democrat National Committee through an Arkansas Chinese restaurant owner named Charlie Trie — in federal violations of the Foreign Campaign Finance laws (Treason).
Documents produced by the White House ans DNC reveal that both Trie and Ng attended DNC-sponsored events with President Clinton and made a number of visits to the White House. The Committee also concludes that Trie’s contributions and fundraising purchased his otherwise unwarranted appointment in 1996 to the Commission on U.S. – Pacific Trade and Investment Policy. 
Ng Lap Seng was returning after 20 years to testify about his contributions. Both he and Ashe were scheduled for court on June 27, 2016. Another charged in the conspiracy was Francis Lorenzo, a Dominican Republic envoy. U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was the Prosecutor.
Background on Ng Lap Seng
In 1979, Ng Lap Seng (who is often referred to by the name “Mr. Wu,” the Mandarin pronunciation of his name) bribed a police officer on the Chinese border with the Portuguese enclave of Macau in 1979, and entered Macau with virtually no money to his name. Today, Ng, who travels under a Portuguese passport, is chairman of the Macau-based San Kin Yip Group, a commercial and residential development conglomerate. Ng reported in the bid submission in 1990’s that his conglomerate’s annual gross sales are $250 million. Press reports have tied Ng to both the government of the People’s Republic of China and to criminal activity in Macau. According to the Washington Post, a directory of Chinese government officials and press reports identifies Ng as a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, an advisory board for the Chinese government and ruling Communist Party. Newsweek also reported that Ng was convicted in Macau in 1991 for relabeling Chinese-made clothing in order to circumvent U.S. import quotas on Chinese products. 
June 27, 2016 – Ng faced bribery charges in New York after an FBI probe into corruption of United Nations officials
A Chinese billionaire at the center of a 20-year-old Clinton foreign donor scandal is being called in to answer questions from Congress about his role in the influence-buying scheme, in a move that could revive yet another Clinton controversy from the 1990s. The House Oversight Committee will seek an interview with Ng Lap Seng, 68, who evaded congressional investigators for 20 years. Ng, a Macau businessman with ties to the Chinese government, was accused of funneling over $1 million in illegal foreign donations to support Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign in 1996. Then Republican senator Fred Thompson chaired the committee and said that it found that China’s Communist government was involved in a plan ‘to pour illegal money into American political campaigns’ in an effort to ‘subvert our election process’. However, other lawmakers, including Sen. Joe Lieberman, then a Democrat, said there was not convincing evidence that China was directly involved in the funding. 
NOTE — with former UN General Assembly President John W. Ashe dead — 5 days preceding the JUNE 27, 2016 COURT HEARING in Manhattan — MSM basically remained silent concerning Ng Lap Seng’s court matter and sentencing.
The U.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs held public hearings into the campaign finance issues from July to October 1997.
INVESTIGATION OF ILLEGAL OR IMPROPER ACTIVITIES IN CONNECTION WITH 1996 FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGNS FINAL REPORT of the COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS SENATE Rept. 105-167 – 105th Congress 2d Session – March 10, 1998
Charlie Trie’s and Ng Lap Seng’s Laundered Contributions to the DNC
Between 1994 and 1996, Trie and his businesses received a total of approximately $1.5 million by wire transfer from foreign sources.73 Trie received over $1.1 million of this $1.5 million from Ng Lap Seng.74 Ng wired this money from accounts he maintained at branches of the Bank of China in Hong Kong and Macau and an account with Hong Kong Shanghai Banking to three domestic accounts maintained by or accessible to Trie.75 Trie then shuffled the money among a total of six domestic accounts, four of which ultimately served as the source of a contribution to the DNC. 
Also of interest:
Johnny Chung – Born in Taiwan, Johnny Chung went from being the owner of a “blastfaxing” business in California to being in the middle of the Washington, D.C. elite within a couple weeks of his first donations to the Democratic Party. Chung made forty-nine separate visits to the White House between February 1994 and February 1996.
John Huang and business associate James Riady – Huang was born in Nanping, China, he immigrated to the U.S. in 1968. Huang became a key fund-raiser within the DNC in 1995 raising $3.4 million for the party. According to U.S. Secret Service logs, Huang visited the White House 78 times while working as a DNC fund-raiser. James Riady visited the White House 20 times (including 6 personal visits to President Clinton). An unclassified U.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs report issued in 1998 stated that both James Riady and his father had “had a long-term relationship with a Chinese intelligence agency.” According to journalist Bob Woodward, details of the relationship came from highly classified intelligence information supplied to the committee by both the CIA and FBI.
Maria Hsia – Taiwan-born Maria Hsia, a long time fund raiser for Al Gore, California immigration consultant, and business associate of John Huang and James Riady since 1988, facilitated $100,000 in illegal campaign contributions through her efforts at Hsi Lai Temple, a Chinese Buddhist temple associated with Taiwan in Hacienda Heights, California.
Ted Sioeng – Ted Sioeng, an Indonesian entrepreneur who donated money to both Democrats and Republicans, was the sixth individual whose donations were investigated by the Senate committee. Suspect contributions associated with Sioeng include $250,000 to the DNC and $100,000 to Republican California State Treasurer.
There were suggestions the investigations into the fund-raising controversies were willfully impeded by the DoJ, FBI and CIA. Sound Familiar??
FBI agents were also denied the opportunity to ask President Clinton and Vice President Gore questions during Justice Department interviews in 1997 and 1998 and were only allowed to take notes. During the interviews, neither Clinton nor Gore were asked any questions about fund-raisers John Huang, James Riady, nor the Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple fund-raising event led by Maria Hsia and attended by John Huang and Ted Sioeng. 
 Daily Caller