Clinton Foundation is Robin Hood in Reverse-Charles Ortel, by Greg Hunter.
Financial expert Charles Ortel says “The Clinton Foundation is [one of] the biggest charity frauds in history.” Ortel, who does high powered research for top Wall Street investment firms, applied his skills to analyzing the Clinton Foundation and contends, “…The Clintons are out there holding themselves out as if they are charitable philanthropists, and in reality. . . . They are stealing from the poor to reward the rich, and I find that reprehensible behavior.”
How much money has the Clinton Foundation raised globally? Ortel says it’s a “$100 billion criminal conspiracy” and goes on to say, “I think it is a disgrace. To put that number into perspective, depending on how you look at the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme, that was either $40 billion to $60 billion. This is $100 billion, and maybe more.”
How much Clinton Foundation money actually makes it to charitable causes? Impossible to tell from their financial filings:
[T]he auditors have never done their work. This is why I say this is a text book case study in global charity fraud. It needs to be exposed as such.
How did this so-called charity get so far off track?
When you look at any foundation … you have to check and see what its authorized tax exempt purposes are. Because this entity raises money from the public continuously . . . they have to be very specific. Their authorized tax exempt purpose, stated in their application dated 23 December 2007, was just supposed to be Presidential archival research facility in Little Rock. They never have been authorized as far as I can tell from the public filings . . . they have never been authorized to fight HIV Aids, fight climate change, convene meetings in New York and set up these various initiatives. None of them has been validly authorized, which means they have been raising money with materially false and misleading public filings. They have been doing it using the mail, using the Internet and using telephones, all of which is a federal crime.
Hillary Clinton is facing renewed calls for FBI – as well as IRS and FTC – investigations even after she tried to close the book on her email scandal ahead of her party convention this week in Philadelphia, this time over questions about the tangled dealings of her family’s Clinton Foundation.
“The foundation has routinely gone behind its pledge to act in furtherance of charitable causes and beyond that scope of activities indicated in its initial filings with the IRS,” the letter says. “The appearance of ‘pay to play’ transactions involving Laureate and Uranium One also raise serious allegations of criminal conduct requiring further explanation.” …
The Clinton Foundation is not rated on the FTC’s “Charity Navigator,” as most other nonprofits are. This raised many red flags for members, Blackburn said.
The Clinton response:
However, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign blasted the members for seeking an additional probe. “This is another baseless political attack from House Republicans …”
The rejoinder from Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn:
They always say that something is old news or that it is a right-wing conspiracy,” Blackburn said. “It’s not a right-wing conspiracy. This is about the rule of law and many times the Clintons feel like they can skirt having closer inspection of their activities by claiming that it is a conspiracy.”
The last Clinton presidency generated an avalanche of finance and sex scandals, all hotly disputed (they never admit anything — remember Bill’s “I did not have sex with that woman”?), with the press on the side of the Clintons regardless of the facts. The Clintons got away with it then, which enabled them to come back for more now. Hillary isn’t even president yet and serious muck is flying.