The Clintons run a racket. Democrats know this, and they condone it. Charity provides cover for the misdeeds, and “get rich quick” process of the Left.
As one of my friends put it, “The Clinton’s are nothing more than a slightly higher class version of Bonnie & Clyde.”
The scheme works by the Clintons donating 10 percent of the funds raised by the “charity.” 10 percent, though a meager amount, keeps scrutiny off the Clintons. After all, at least they give something away. We should forget that 90 percent goes to the Clintons’ personal slush fund.
Further, they get rich brokering deals for other people. This is the most clever way to do it, since the benefactors can then repay The Clinton Foundation with high paid speeches.
But perhaps the best way the Clintons have managed to hide their fraud is by putting their own family in charge of deals. Why shouldn’t the middle man be family. Why do you think Hillary Clinton’s brother controls Haitian gold mines, and her brother-in-law controls rice imports?
I’d love for somebody to explain (1) why Haitians couldn’t be in charge of these deals, and (2) how involving their own family was going to help the Haitians.
Consider that the Clinton family members had NO experience in gold mining or rice imports. Reminds me of why Hillary Clinton believes she should become president.
Recall, Hillary claimed she and Bill Clinton were dead broke when they left the White House. After she ran for president in 2008, and her campaign purportedly owed $25 million. As CNN reported
Clinton’s debt reached its peak in June 2008 shortly after the former New York senator suspended her campaign. At that point, her presidential committee owed $12 million to almost 500 creditors and $13.2 million to the candidate herself, who dipped into her personal funds to help finance her campaign.
She took the Secretary of State job for $250,000. Over 4 years, she earned $1 million. How did she pay off $25 million in debt with her salary and Bill Clinton’s $20,000 per month pension?
The Clintons entered the White House with a combined net worth of $1 million. Now they are worth over $111 million.
The Clintons might represent the American Dream, if it weren’t for the fact they are running a NON-PROFIT!! As the saying goes, “Charity begins at home.”
For the Clintons this saying applies to two multi-million dollar mansions.