96% Of Clinton Donations Went To The Clinton Foundation “Employees”

Only 4% went to a charity.

hillary-money-300x300File this under the growing list of, “Things that should be on the news but is not.”

Moments ago, when we showed the newly released Clinton 2015 tax return, we posted a rhetorical question: “how much of the Clinton charity donations went to the Clinton Foundation?

Taking a deduction for contributing to the employer of your daughter and expense payer of your husband is awesome.”

We now know the answer: as page 29 of the tax return reveals, of the $1,042,000 in charitable cash contributions, exactly $1 million went to, you guessed it, the Clinton Family Foundation, whose expenses pay among others those Clinton family members and friends employed by the foundation, like Chelsea Clinton who happens to be the foundation’s Vice Chair. Is this the ultimate Clinton reacharound?

Board of Directors:

Bruce Lindsey, Chairman of the Board
Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair of the Board
President Bill Clinton
Frank Giustra
Rolando Gonzalez-Bunster
Ambassador Eric Goosby, MD
Hadeel Ibrahim
Lisa Jackson
Cheryl Mills
Cheryl Saban, Ph.D.

The other $42,000 went to an actual charity, the Desert Classic Charities, which hosts an annual gold event.

As reported earlier, the Clinton Foundation was under an FBI investigation for corruption but Clinton-appointee, Loretta Lynch, refused the FBI’s Clinton Foundation probe.

Now you know why she wants to raise taxes by 1.3 trillion dollars.

What is 96% of 1.3 trillion dollars?

Yet it won’t change a single voter’s mind among those already planning to support her.





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