What I particularly loved was that an article talking about the wonderful work the CF does put…
Liz K. Burton

There is NO comparison between the bloated, ineffective, yet basically charitable Red Cross and the church/charity Salvation Army. The Red Cross and the Salvation Army have facilities, employees and programs. Doctors Without Borders is very well thought-of and I myself, admire them. They operate legally in many nations around the world.

Complaints are one thing. I am saying here that the Clinton Foundation is exactly like those 50 “worst charities” uncovered by the Tampa Bay Times. They used the funds they raised for their own personal use, with 3 cents or less of every dollar going even vaguely toward their stated purposes. They were also operated by family networks all in on the scam.

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