Clinton Crime Family Foundation
On January 12, 2017 a “warn” notice was filed with the New York “Department of Labor” that the main office of the “Clinton Global Initiative” in New York City would be “closing,” laying off 22 employees.
The “Clinton Global Initiative” was “created” in 2005 to serve as a “networking” platform for the “Clinton Crime Family Foundation.”
The “Clinton Crime Family Foundation’s” long list of wealthy donors and foreign government “contributors” during the 2016 elections “provoked” critics to allege that it “served” as a means for the Clintons to “sell off access, market themselves on the paid speech circuit, and elevate their brand” as Hillary Clinton campaigned for the presidency.
But as soon as Clinton lost the election, many of the “criticisms” directed toward the “Clinton Crime Family Foundation“ were reaffirmed.
Foreign governments began “pulling” out of annual donations, signaling the organization’s “clout” was predicated on “donor access” to the Clintons, rather than its “philanthropic” work.
In November, the Australian government confirmed it “has not renewed any of its partnerships with the scandal-plagued ‘Clinton Crime Family Foundation’, effectively ending 10 years of taxpayer-funded contributions worth more than $88 million.”
The government of Norway also drastically reduced their annual donations, which reached “$20 million a year in 2015.”
The “Clinton Crime Family Foundation” paid Pakistani Muslim “shill” Khizr Khan $375,000 to “bash” Donald Trump at the Democrat National Convention.
“The memo, made public Wednesday by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, lays out the aggressive strategy behind lining up the consulting contracts and paid speaking engagements for Bill Clinton that added tens of millions of dollars to the family’s fortune, including during the years Hillary Clinton led the State Department,” reported The Washington Post.
We really dodged this bullet.
The “Clinton Family Crime Foundation’s” downward trajectory ever since Hillary Clinton’s election loss provides further testimony to “claims” that the organization was built on “greed” and the lust for “power and wealth” and not “charity.”