Thu Mar 29, 2018, 12:39 PM

Meet the Clinton Charity They Didnt Want You to Know About


"Though much has been said concerning the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, analysts have not yet trained enough attention on another tax-exempt organization the Clintons control, The Clinton Family Foundation.

Unlike the better-known charity started almost 21 years ago as an archive and research center for presidential records created during Bill Clinton’s eight-year White House tenure, the second entity — a grant-making charity whose Employer Identification Number is 30-0048438 — was formed in December 2001 and can only make donations to validly organized and operated public charities.

According to information provided by the larger Little Rock-based charity, the Clinton Family Foundation has contributed $5 million to $10 million cumulatively through the end of 2016. For now, let’s concentrate on problems seen through examining history from 2013 through 2017 and leave other problems dating back to 2001 for another day.

Records available through the New York State Attorney General Charities Database (insert “Clinton Family Foundation” or “30-0048438” into relevant search fields) show that the Clinton Family Foundation contributed a total of $3,365,000 in 2014 and 2015 to an entity incorrectly described as the “William J. Clinton Foundation.”

Balance of article at the link.

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Thu Mar 29, 2018, 11:49 PM

1. No surprise, no morals. If they had any morals they'd feel shame, they don't appear to feel shame

because they continue to do it = Very horrible people. That can't be argued.

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