The Clinton Foundation, a $100 Billion Slush-fund?
To use an old metaphor, if Hillary’s woes were an iceberg, the email scandal would be just the tip; the bummock would be the slush-fund that is the Clinton Foundation. If we’re to believe Clinton and her partners in the mainstream press, the Clinton Foundation and its arms are a non-profit conglomerate of well doers. If we’re to believe well-vetted financial analyst, Charles Ortel — it’s a flat out one-hundred-billion-dollar fraud scheme masquerading as a charity.
In this recently publish ‘Wall St for Main St’ podcast, Ortel spills the beans on the Clintons’ and the rogues’ gallery that allow them to bloom. Despite Hillary’s claims — in this recent CNN interview — that her charity has “disclosed everything,” Ortel details how the Clinton Foundation has potentially committed “tens-of-millions,” of solicitation fraud violations due to the misleading nature of their public documents. This is because each individual solicitation (by phone, Internet, mail order, ect.) for donations is a felony crime in a number of states.
Hillary sheeple and blinker wearing Democrats will write these claims off as another Clinton nothingburger.
Nevertheless, I believe all open minded citizens will find great value in evaluating Ortel’s claims. He’s a Yale and Harvard grad who has ‘blown the whistle’ on other high-dollar financial misconduct in the past.
After a brief retirement, Ortel decided to double check the Clinton Foundation’s credibility after hearing some worrisome comments made by Hillary Clinton about the foundation’s charitable work. He’s spent the past fifteen-months diligently sifting through various publicly available records from the foundation, its entities and its donors. His troublesome findings are being published as a series of reports on his website.
Here are more Charles Ortel interviews related to the Clinton Foundation. Be prepared to be shocked as many of his revaluations are truly jaw-dropping.