There’s a reason Rush Limbaugh has been the top rated conservative talk radio host for decades: He has a gift for cutting through the noise and asking pointed questions that no one else has thought of.
This week, Rush said something that sounded obvious — after he’d uttered it, that is. We’re always being told that the Clinton Foundation does “good work,” but like Hillary Clinton’s “experience” and “accomplishments,” it’s not easy coming up with memorable examples.
Yesterday, Limbaugh asked his listeners:
Why is the Clinton Foundation not helping out in Louisiana? I just saw here that the crown prince of Bahrain, which is one of these little Middle Eastern oil states, $32 million. The crown prince of Bahrain, $32 million to the Clinton Family Foundation.
Why? What in the name of Sam Hill is a potentate from Bahrain gonna get for $32 million? Well, it’s gonna be something, and it isn’t gonna be charitable works in Haiti, and it’s not gonna be charitable works at flood-ravaged Louisiana, is it? $32 million.
Speaking of Haiti, the National Review (no friend of Donald Trump) has just published an investigation into how, in their words, the Clintons got rich “off poor Haitians”:
In January 2015 a group of Haitians surrounded the New York offices of the Clinton Foundation. They chanted slogans, accusing Bill and Hillary Clinton of having robbed them of “billions of dollars.” Two months later, the Haitians were at it again, accusing the Clintons of duplicity, malfeasance, and theft.
Where did it go? It did not escape the attention of the Haitians that Bill Clinton was the designated UN representative for aid to Haiti. Following the earthquake, Bill Clinton had with media fanfare established the Haiti Reconstruction Fund. Meanwhile, his wife Hillary was the United States secretary of state. She was in charge of U.S. aid allocated to Haiti.
And yet, Haiti remains a basket case. Where DID all this money go, and when will the rest of the media finally do their duty and investigate this “humanitarian” rip off?
H/T: Patriot Journal