Donations to Clinton Foundation plummet as it’s being investigated – IOTW Report

Donations to Clinton Foundation plummet as it’s being investigated

Powerline: At ZeroHedge, Tyler Durden reports that the Clinton Foundation “saw contributions dry up approximately 90 percent over a three-year period between 2014 and 2017, according to financial statements.” If there’s anything surprising about this report, it’s that the Clinton Foundation still receives as much as it does ($23 million in 2017) in contributions.

Why pay if you can’t play?

Durden notes that the Foundation is currently under investigation by the Department of Justice, the FBI, and the IRS. One subject of investigation is whether contributions to the Foundation led to favoritism for Hillary Clinton’s Department of State. According to the International Business Times, the Clinton-led State Department authorized $151 billion in Pentagon-brokered deals to 16 countries that donated to the Clinton Foundation – a 145 percent increase in completed sales to those nations over the same time frame during the Bush administration. Read more

13 Comments on Donations to Clinton Foundation plummet as it’s being investigated

  1. Just don’t understand why the Clintons are not behind bars.

    Question: Assuming they have been jailed — when a democrat president is again elected, can he pardon the Clintons? And then assign them to lucrative positions in government?

  2. There was a time when influence pedaling was a discrete practice among gentlemen, then along came the Clinton’s.

  3. The Clintons took a LOT of money from a lot of people, governments and institutions for influence pedaling. They stole everything except the election and now they can’t deliver on whatever they promised. So whut really amazes me is that they they aren’t being chased up one side, down the other and around the planet by a big bunch of pissed-off people they raped and stole money from like the ending of an old Benny Hill show!

  4. The reason the Klintons aren’t in prison is because the first time incarceration is even mentioned, a whole lot of career ending dirt will be coming out about some of our current lame-assed political leaders.
    That and a high possibility of Arkencide.

  5. At the dawn of the Progressive era Woodrow Willson said that there was no longer a need for checks and balances to limit goverment as humanity had evolved to the point that everyone was on the same page and just wanted good governance.

    I hope he’s having a good laugh.


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