The Clinton Foundation is not a force for good in this world. It is an organization designed for one purpose; to line the pockets of the Clinton family with piles of cash from foreign and corporate special interests. We already know about the “Pay to Play” that Hillary used while she was Secretary of State: you give a little money to the Foundation, you get a sit-down meeting. This is corruption and graft at its purest.
Here, via The Hill, are seven LIES from the Clinton Foundation:
1. The Clinton Health Access Initiative didn’t disclose its donors annually.
The document – signed by top Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett and Bruce Lindsey, the then-CEO of the Clinton Foundation – promised that any new foreign donations into the foundation or the material increase of existing foreign donors would be disclosed during Clinton’s tenure as secretary of State.
As Reuters revealed last year, officials at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) — an HIV/AIDs-focused non-profit that falls under the Clinton Foundation’s umbrella — admitted they failed to uphold these commitments during Clinton’s entire tenure, from 2009 to 2013.
2. The Clinton Health Access Initiative didn’t submit foreign government donations to State Department ethics officials for review.
3. The Clinton Foundation didn’t disclose a new $500,000 donation in 2010 from the Algerian government
4. The Clinton Foundation didn’t disclose $2.35 million of donations from a family foundation linked to a company with business before Clinton’s State Department.
5. The Clinton Foundation was late in disclosing millions of dollars in speaking fees.
In May 2015, the Clinton Foundation revealed that it had taken millions of dollars in previously undisclosed fees pumped into the organization as a result of speeches given by Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton.
6. The Clinton Foundation hasn’t revealed all of the sources of money transferred from a Canadian charity.
Listed in the most elite group of donors to the Clinton Foundation – the $25 million and above category – is a Canadian-registered charity named the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership.
The Clinton Foundation hasn’t revealed all of the sources of money transferred from a Canadian charity.
7. Exact donation amounts and dates are unknown.
A challenge for anyone trying to scrutinize the list of Clinton Foundation donors is that the organization reports the money in broad ranges and doesn’t provide the dates when the donations were given.
Given all of this, is there anything we can trust about the Clinton Foundation? I don’t think so.
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