It’s really not THAT big of a surprise that the Clinton Foundation is having financial problems is it? I mean after all the lies Clinton told, after all the pay-to-play scandals, after she paid to have a Trump-Russian dossier in the first place, and after her Uranium One deal are you SERIOUSLY going to tell me you’re surprised about this news? Come on man!
Now that Clinton is not the secretary of state and didn’t get elected president, she doesn’t have the same power she used to, to bully people around. She also can’t send her hubby off for a $500,000 speech then make a trade deal with that same country under the table, like it was no big deal. She can’t threaten a country that she’s not going to play nice in the sandbox, if they don’t give her what she wants – cash donations for the Clinton Foundation. She’s just another candidate that ran for office…a has been. So why would any major corporation donate to her or the Clinton Foundation?
Major corporations that have halted all donations to the Clinton Foundation since President Trump won the White House include “Boeing, Chevron, Daimler Trucks North America, Dell, Duke Energy, General Electric, Humana, Lockheed Martin and UPS.”
From the IB Times:
Most of the companies that have previously donated to the Clinton Foundation didn’t contribute in the second quarter of 2017, according to the organization’s website, although some, including Acxiom Corporation, BTIG LLC, Google and Starkey Hearing Technologies, have. Cities, countries, foundations and other nonprofits also donate to the foundation, and some contributed in 2017.
It’s impossible to know precisely what’s happened to Clinton Foundation fundraising in the year since Secretary Clinton lost. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the foundation submits financial information to the Internal Revenue Service once per year, and information on both 2016 and 2017 is not yet publicly available. But International Business Times contacted nearly 50 major corporations that had previously donated to the foundation, asking if they had made new contributions after the 2016 presidential campaign. Thirty of them did not respond or declined to comment on the questions. Of the 18 that did, all said they had not made new donations.
Reports of corporations turning their back on the foundation come amid a report largely ignored by the mainstream media, where hedge fund manager and self-described Wall Street whistleblower, Charles Ortel, alleges the Clinton Foundation purposely hid payments attached to the now infamous ‘Russia-Uranium One’ deal.
Jerome Corsi reports:
Ortel then poses an important question to Corsi: “Who contributed $159.7 million to “CHAI” in 2009?”
“By going here, we find that a Swiss NGO called UNITAID may have contributed $85 million during 2009,” Ortel then points out.
In addition, there was NO $85 Million grant from UNITAID listed! So what happened? Where did the ‘stash of cash’ come from? Was it Russia? Was it Soros? Was it the Saudis?
Do you really think we’ll find out the truth about this $85 million? Seriously? From Hillary? You have got to be kidding!
We all know that the Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars from at least seven foreign governments while Clinton was secretary of state, including one donation that violated its ethics agreement with the Obama administration.
Clinton knew what she was doing when she set up these funds going to the Clinton Foundation so she could gain favors while she was at the state department. It was just one big happy scam after another for Clinton as she was ‘cashing in’ big time!
If you think the folks at the Clinton Foundation didn’t know what they were doing was illegal, think again? They even acknowledged they should have sought approval from the ethics office of the State Department in 2010, before accepting a $500,000 donation from the Algerian government.
Do you think that Clinton had a problem with where the money came from?
Give me a break. She accepted money from allies as well as enemies. She didn’t care….it was all the same to her. She didn’t care who it came from or what she had to do in return, as long as the cash went to the Clinton Foundation.
Thank goodness she did NOT get elected president!
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