Let’s just have a little refresher today. Before Hilary starts her next spin of all of the “good works” of the Clinton foundation, take a look at reality.When you hear about all the AIDS drugs given out in Africa and other marvelous endeavors, know that charity begins at home. I will give you a few of my links to the Foundation posts. Yep. Just 5.7 percent in 2014 went to charitable grants. Later year report got it to 15 percent. Here are the earliest years below. The other point?
For Hillary, Charity begins with the Clinton Foundation August 3, 2015 — bunkerville For Hillary, charity begins at home. Little reported with the Friday dump of her tax returns is the fact that $14 million of her “charity” went to her own foundation. So a tax break for herself.
A number of Clinton Foundation Board of Directors charged or convicted of crime May 8, 2015 — bunkerville
In fact, the Clinton Foundation is so unlike a real charity that even charity watchdog group Charity Navigator refuses to rate the Clinton Foundation because of its “atypical business model.”
One of those problems is the fact that the Clintons put big donors and close pals on the board for reasons that are hard to fathom. In fact, at least four of these “board members” have either been charged or convicted of serious financial irregularities, crimes including bribery and fraud.
So if Jeff Sessions can tear himself away from the gang bangers, I am willing to give him just a few more links so he can “catch up” on the Foundation news. Next time, the Clinton Global Initiative. Back to my post:
Just 5.7 percent of the Clinton Foundation’s massive 2014 budget actually went to charitable grants, according to the tax-exempt organization’s IRS filings. The rest went to salaries and employee benefits, fundraising and “other expenses.”
The Clinton Foundation spent a hair under $91.3 million in 2014, the organization’s IRS filings show. But less than $5.2 million of that went to charitable grants.
That number pales in comparison to the $34.8 million the foundation spent on salaries,
compensation and employee benefits.
Another $50.4 million was marked as “other expenses,” while the remaining almost $851K was marked as “professional fundraising expenses.”Daily Caller
Doug Band reveals Clinton Foundation Inc ‘For Profit’ activity November 7, 2016 — bunkerville
Clinton Foundation affiliated charities failed to file financial information October 5, 2016 — bunkerville
Clinton Foundation refiling its tax returns, look for other ‘errors October 4, 2016 – Bunkerville
Haitian President ‘Clinton tried to bribe me,’ reveals the Clinton Foundation September 19, 2016 —
FBI US Attorney investigation underway of Clinton Foundation August 12, 2016 — bunkerville
Clinton Foundation placed on charity ‘Watch list’ April 27, 2015 — bunkerville
Clinton Foundation spends only 15 percent giving grants April 24, 2015