Birther and leader of the failed movement to overthrow the federal government Larry Klayman has filed a lawsuit against Bill and Hillary Clinton regarding their email accounts, alleging that they've violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act.
In what amounts to a conspiracy theory which he has no evidence of, Klayman alleges that the Clintons have sold access to government officials.
The civil suit, filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, argues that Clinton used her private emails to sell access to other officials in return for donations to the Clinton Foundation.
The complaint, which lists Bill and Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation as defendants, alleges the Clintons sold access to other U.S. government officials in return for donations to their organization, which they concealed, allegedly, by using a private computer server for her emails operated from their home in Chappaqua, New York.
The lawsuit appears to be primarily aimed at the Clinton Foundation, however Klayman's unhinged brain-droppings also branch off into allegations of State Department collusion with the New York Times and something about a criminal enterprise which "dates back at least 10 years."
I'm just surprised Klayman didn't bring up Vince Foster or Whitewater.
In an statement, Klayman boasted that his lawsuit is "the first and only hard-hitting" lawsuit aimed at addressing the Clinton email scandal.
It's the "first and only" lawsuit because other people still have things to lose by making an ass of themselves in a courtroom while Larry Klayman does not. He has already hit the bottom.