Top Executives Ditching Bill Clinton
Think these executives smell stench of Harvey Weinstein on Bill Clinton?
Or did they simply take the money and run?
From I Own the World,
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The Baltimore-based company became an issue during the 2016 presidential election campaign when the public learned it paid Clinton nearly $18 million over a period of five years to serve as a consultant and “honorary chancellor.” The firm also faced accusations it operated as a “pay-to-play” company by donating between $1 to $5 million to the Clinton Foundation while receiving hundreds of millions of dollars in government funds.
But the latest problem for Laureate appears to be the exodus of its top executives only months after the company went public Feb. 1. To date, Laureate’s founder and chief executive officer, chief operating officer, general counsel and its chief human resources officer have resigned or announced their resignation.
Bill Clinton was an entity unto himself.
We wrote of Clinton’s exploits as documented by one of his former employees.
Doug Band wanted what Bill Clinton had. After all, he was part of the crooked racketeering group known as The Clinton Foundation.
So what his name wasn’t Clinton. He was part of the band, pun intended.
We learn in one of the latest Wikileaks dump his feelings on the corruption of the group. Why should he be disallowed to commingling nonprofit, for-profit, official and political activities involving his own consulting company, Teneo?
Teneo is a private consulting firm founded by Band and Declan Kelly, also on the Foundation staff. Band is the person who actually helped set up what became known as Bill Clinton, Inc.
The memo at one point refers bluntly to the money-making part of Clinton’s life as “Bill Clinton Inc.” and notes that in at least one case a company — global education firm Laureate International Universities — began paying Clinton personally after first being a donor to the Clinton Foundation.
The 12-page document was prepared in 2011 by Band with input from Clinton adviser John Podesta. In the document, Band connects the dots on the obvious conflicts of interest Bill Clinton has within the Foundation. His relationships, speeches, consulting positions, and so on brought him exorbitant amounts of personal income and donations to his non-profit.
So what was the relationship Clinton had with the university?
We explained how it worked.
In another pay for play scheme, the Clintons have yet again fallen under scrutiny, as they try to point the finger at Donald Trump.
As reported in WND,
The for-profit college with close ties to the Clinton Foundation that paid Bill Clinton through a shell corporation more than $16 million since 2010 to be its “honorary chairman” and international pitchman plans to go public despite some $4.7 billion in corporate debt.
Those who stand the most to gain when Laureate Education goes public include top-name, left-leaning investors attracted by the cache of Bill Clinton’s endorsement such as George Soros, Henry Kravis of Wall Street investment banking firm KKR and Paul Allen of Microsoft fame.
Until the farce of global climate change, the big money-maker for the Left has been education, and at all levels. The Clintons figured out a way to cash in on education, in full frontal nudity of the taxpaying public. Why nobody has ever questioned the high speaking fees paid almost exclusively to Leftists is beyond me. And the Clintons seized on this, and took these fees into the stratosphere.
While the Clintons were collecting millions, Hillary Clinton’s State Department funneled at least $55 million to a group run by the CEO of the college company, Laureate Education Inc. In addition, attorneys suing Trump U paid $675,000 to the Clintons for speeches, and the firm suing Trump University was founded by a wealthy San Diego lawyer who served a two-year sentence in federal prison for his role in a kickback scheme to mobilize plaintiffs for class-action lawsuits.
As you can see, the Clinton’s funneled multi-millions of dollars to Laureate Education. They then paid Bill Clinton millions.
And if that wasn’t enough, Laureate Education then “donated” money back to The Clinton Foundation. This was done to write off part of the money funneled from Hillary Clinton’s pay-for-play scheme.
And that’s how the elitists do it.
I’m not sure why these executives stepped down. But one thing is clear: the Clintons are a dirty bomb, set to go off at any minute. I suspect these former Laureate Education executives want to be nowhere near the blast radius.