Is The Clinton Foundation Just A Foreign Laundering Scheme?

150220_POL_Hillary.jpg.CROP.promovar-mediumlargeI’ve always thought it sad that we have commented more or less forever that we have the best Congress money can buy. particularly since it so often seems true. We deserve better but we are lazy and don’t demand it, so we don’t get it.

Still this nonsense just leaves me shaking my head in bewilderment that anybody thinks that an aging woman with no accomplishments should be president, after she sold out the US State Department to the highest bidder.

BloombergPolitics reported this morning that the Clinton Foundation refused to disclose the identities of at least 1,100 donors, most of whom are not U.S. citizens, to a Clinton Foundation affiliate. The donations were routed through the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (Canada), or CGEPartnership, a Canadian charitable organization. That organization then effectively bundled the foreign donations and sent them along to the Clinton Foundation itself, and it did all of this without ever disclosing the individual foreign sources of the income.

If that sounds to you like more of a laundering operation than a charitable organization, that’s because it certainly looks like more of a laundering operation than a charitable organization. In this case, however, rather than taking cash from blatantly illegal activities (as far as we know) and then cleaning it up by running it through legitimate businesses before it ends up at its final destination, the Clinton Foundation mops up cash from wealthy foreigners, bundles it within a larger organization to hide the money’s original source, and then funnels the cash from that legitimate charity right into the Clinton Foundation coffers.

After the New York Times uncovered the connections between uranium mining magnate Frank Giustra, his Canadian charitable organization, the Clinton Foundation, and official actions taken by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that benefitted Giustra’s global uranium mining operations, the Clinton Foundation immediately entered spin mode.

Is The Clinton Foundation Just A Foreign Laundering Scheme?.

Hillary Clinton; likely the best candidate for US president that Foreign money can buy!

Is that what we really should have?

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6 Responses to Is The Clinton Foundation Just A Foreign Laundering Scheme?

  1. The spin will be getting so fast that the Clinton organization will no doubt add it to the list of eleven already established words and phrases which they have deemed to be “off limits” as terms which the press will be allowed to use in describing their candidate.

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    • NEO says:

      no doubt. For a candidate that the media is pushing, they sure do spin a lot! I think the internet is coming into it’s own, when Bill ran, we would never had heard any of this.

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  2. I had a coupla dark spots on my record but decided to got ahead and run for office in early 1980’s and let the chips fall where they may. I lost, I was smeared but got 26% of vote both times. So I guess it did not matter to followers or enemies. But what I don’t get is if the Clinton’s have been planning political careers for decades for the national office why would they not make sure they were squeaky clean all the way? The only answer is ego that says the rules don’t apply to me and the grandiosity to believe it.

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  3. the unit says:

    I’ve got to do a basket of laundry tomorrow. Fruit of the Loom, some shirts, and so forth. A few years ago it all had to be tagged as to country of origin. See no tags now, but see online Fruit moved to Honduras short time ago. Probably have a shirt with Guatemala tag as I take years to discard.
    Guess I’m contributing to foreign laundering scheme. How can you not? 🙂

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    • NEO says:

      🙂

      Like

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