Thursday, May 19, 2016

Clinton Foundation Books "Could Constitute Fraud"

by JASmius

There won't be any legal repercussions from La Clinton Nostra's slush fund any more than Emailgate, and for the same reason: The Obama Regime won't indict or prosecute her.  But at least the latter hasn't been overtly telegraphed yet, so I suppose this is worth noting here:

After more than a year of research, a Wall Street analyst is arguing the Clinton Foundation’s books are riddled with financial inconsistencies that rise to the level of “fraud.”

Charles Ortel, who gained recognition for correctly identifying problems with General Electric’s financial statements in 2008, has prepared forty reports highlighting discrepancies that he said proves the Clinton Foundation has covered up cash flow since 1997.

The financial whistleblower said his fifteen months of research revealed gaps in the amount of money donors claim to have given and the amount of money the foundation claims to have received.…

"Gaps" in the tens of millions of dollars.  That is a lot of "slush".

The pattern extends to smaller charities linked to the Clintons, Ortel noted. One organization founded by former President Bill Clinton, the American India Foundation, has problems that stretch around the country.

For example, the American India Foundation’s nonprofit status was revoked in Illinois in 2002, according to State records. This year, the charity was listed as “not in good standing.”

In Massachusetts, the foundation had its nonprofit status revoked in June 2014 and was not reinstated until March 22nd of this year.

It was reinstated because, you know, it's Massachusetts.

In March 2015, the charity held a gala in an Atlanta hotel, according to an event promotion.

But the American India Foundation was not then registered to solicit funds in the State of Georgia, correspondences shared with the Washington Examiner suggest. In fact, the only charity in the Clinton orbit that was registered in the Peach State as of October was the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation — even though the Clinton Global Initiative plans to hold its glitzy annual conference in Atlanta next month....

A spokesman for the foundation said the lapse in registration in Massachusetts was due to documents the State said it never received and that the registration lapse in Illinois was due to a misunderstanding involving the deadline to file paperwork. The spokesman also said the foundation registered to solicit donations in the State of Georgia in March of this year.

The little-known charity is just one example of the way the Clintons’ philanthropic network skirts federal and State regulations to continue operations despite massive financial discrepancies, Ortel said.

In other cases, the lines between foundation entities like the Clinton Health Access Initiative, the Clinton HIV/Aids Initiative, and the Clinton Climate Initiative were blurred enough to conceal specific transactions, he explained.

But rest assured, ladies and gentlemen, they are ALL "philanthropic" - for the Clintons.  Because, as the old saying goes, "charity begins at home".

It goes on and on and on.  Shoddy tax returns, over a thousand undisclosed foreign donors, the largest of which conducted business in Iran before Obama lifted the sanctions (which helps explain why he did that), all the "pay to play" incestuous crap shenanigans over the four years the Ugly Dutchess was Commissar of State.  You get so used to it - and almost a quarter century is plenty of time for acclimation - that sometimes it's useful to reacquaint oneself with the full magnitude of why the Director refers to La Clinton Nostra as the "Clinton Crime Family," which is the Anglicized version of.....La Clinton Nostra.  If for no other reason that a fresh infusion of gallows humor at the sheer cosmic comicalness of it all.  That and to have no illusions about the Ultimate Bonnie & Clyde ever being brought to justice for any of it, as opposed to where they actually are headed....

Or, rather, headed back.

Better stock up on that gallows humor now, 'cause it's gonna have to last at least another four years.

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