Chelsea Clinton Is Being Sued For Stealing An Idea That Made Her Millions

The Clintons are mired in deceit. Even Chelsea hasn’t managed to avoid the family failing.

According to The Daily Mail, she’s now being sued by an author who claims that she pilfered his idea.

“Christopher Janes Kimberley, 56, filed a federal lawsuit in New York against Chelsea Clinton, 37, and Penguin Random House accusing the former first daughter of copyright infringement. Court documents…reveal Kimberley is seeking up to $150,000 in damages and any profits from the New York Times best seller.”

Chelsea’s book, She Persists, is a short picture-book targeted to elementary school students. Apparently she’s so un-creative that she had to steal ideas for a project that a teenager could have easily accomplished. The book features thirteen quotes and stories from the lives famous American women.

Kimberly, her accuser, had previously pitched a nearly identical plot. Instead of 15 memorable women, he focused on 13. Kimberly alleges that Clinton’s publisher, Penguin House, stole his submission and fed the idea to Clinton.

If so, the gambit worked. Clinton’s book has been extraordinarily successful. The Clinton family runs like a well-greased machine; all of their endeavors make money. However, they often stoop to dirty, underhanded tactics in order to get their way.

“She Persisted’ is currently number one on the New York Times best selling children’s picture book list and on Amazon under the children’s women biographies section.”

Chelsea has been a vocal critic of President Trump, questing everything from his intelligence to his intentions toward the American people. However, if she loses the lawsuit her reputation will be indelibly stained. The smart, the “brilliant,” Chelsea has been corrupted by her environment.

The Clintons just won’t go away. Some people thought that Hillary would retire with dignity but instead, she’s squawking about starting a revolution and wearing shirts emblazoned with “Nasty Girl.”

(Source: Daily Mail)