Saturday, December 10, 2016

Clinton Foundation Update

Trump seems to have lost interest in prosecuting the Clintons for their charity fraud.

If that's true, he's just as corrupt as they are! 

Meanwhile, donations to the pay-for-play charity are collapsing after Hillary's loss -- further evidence of charity fraud.

Wealthy foreign governments, like Australia and Norway, are suddenly slashing their contributions just as Hillary's schedule has been freed up to focus exclusively on her charity work.  

Surely, these foreign governments weren't just contributing to the Clinton Foundation in hopes of currying favor with the future President of the United States, were they?

Norwegian newspaper Hegnar points out that Norway is expected to slash their contributions to the Clinton Foundation by 87%, now that Hillary has lost the presidency.  

After contributing roughly $5 million per year to the Clinton Foundation between 2007 - 2013, the Norwegian government decided to boost their donations to ~$15 million in 2014, and ~$21 million in 2015.  

The boosts in contributions correspond with Hillary's decision to run for President in 2016.

Since Hillary's loss, Norway has decided to scale back their contributions by 87% in 2017.

After contributing $88mm to the Clinton Foundation, and its various affiliates, over the past 10 years the country of Australia has decided to cease future donations to the foundation just weeks after Hillary's stunning loss on November 4th.

Australia has finally ceased pouring millions of dollars into accounts linked to Hillary Clinton’s charities.

Which begs the question: 

Why were we donating to them in the first place?

The federal government confirmed to it has not renewed any of its partnerships with the scandal-plagued Clinton Foundation, effectively ending 10 years of taxpayer-funded contributions worth more than $88 million.