WASHINGTON, D.C. (sentinel.ht) – Wealthy billionaire, Mark Cuban, has been challenged to travel to the poorest nation in the western hemisphere to debate the issues surrounding Bill and Hillary Clinton’s economic and political undermining of the Haitian people since the devastating 2010 earthquake.
The challenge came from the author of Clinton Cash, Peter Schweizer, who wrote the book that investigated a tangled web of conflicts of interest that have the appearance of racketeering, bribery, corruption on a global scale.
Cuban has been trying to discredit the book and the issues it raises by retweeting news articles from Clinton-leaning sources. But Cuban has also ignored corroborating reports from the same sources.
On Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM, Schweizer was interviewed by host Stephen K. Bannon. The two believe that the Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, likely didn’t actually read Clinton Cash before jumping to defend the Clintons.
“I challenged him, and I haven’t heard anything back,” Schweizer said, expressing his willingness to debate Cuban in any venue or location, from Breitbart News Daily to Cuban’s own front porch.
“In fact, here’s an idea, Steve: why don’t Mark Cuban and I sit down in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and have a debate?” Schweizer suggested. “We can do it via satellite.”
Bannon seconded the motion and offered to pay Cuban’s travel expenses to the scene of some of the worst corruption exposed in Clinton Cash. “We’ll go to Port-au-Prince, in front of a live audience of Haitians. We want the Haitian people to have a voice in this. We will go before a town hall of Haitian citizens, and we will let the great Mark Cuban debate the professor, Peter Schweizer, and we’ll see where come out on this,” he offered.
“I think that’s a fantastic idea,” Schweizer agreed. “He can pick whatever moderator he wants, he’ll have equal time, and then we can take questions from the Haitian people afterwards. They can give him their perspective on the Clintons and the Haitians.”
Bannon announced that if Cuban doesn’t show up to debate Schweizer, “we’re still going to do this town hall in Haiti, which we need to do — we’re going to put it up on Facebook and show the whole world — and we’ll have a cutout of Mark Cuban there next to you, if he’s too gutless to show up.”
Turning to the Democratic convention, Schweizer found it interesting that Bill Clinton’s long “love letter to Hillary” speech failed to mention the couple’s ostensible “life’s work” in places like Haiti, through the Clinton Foundation. Read more on this developing story.