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The Clinton Global 'Graft' Initiative (Summarized In 1 Chart)















Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/26/2015 17:45 -0400


Barack Obama




Via Doug Ross at DirectorBlue blog,







In 2010, when Barack Obama said, "I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money," he definitely wasn't referring to the Clintons.





Because it wasn't enough for Bill Clinton to sell sensitive missile technology to the Red Chinese for campaign donations. It wasn't enough for Hillary Clinton to sell America's most valuable nuclear technologies to the Russians for "contributions" to her family's personal piggy bank.





That piggy bank, otherwise known as "The Clinton Global Graft Initiative", had an interesting way of doling out the "contributions" it received.









The Clintons are a malignant tumor on the body politic. They have a history of doing anything for money -- including selling out their own country -- and when it comes to their personal bank accounts, there's apparently never enough zeroes.






http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-04-26/clinton-global-graft-initiative-summarized-1-chart







Clinton Foundation admits making mistakes on taxes





Sun Apr 26, 2015 3:15pm EDT




(Reuters) - The Clinton Foundation's acting chief executive admitted on Sunday that the charity had made mistakes on how it listed government donors on its tax returns and said it was working to make sure it does not happen in the future.



The non-profit foundation and its list of donors have been under intense scrutiny in recent weeks. Republican critics say the foundation makes Hillary Clinton, who is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, vulnerable to undue influence.




After a Reuters review found errors in how the foundation reported government donors on its taxes, the charity said last week it would refile at least five annual tax returns.




"So yes, we made mistakes, as many organizations of our size do, but we are acting quickly to remedy them, and have taken steps to ensure they don't happen in the future,"
Clinton Foundation acting Chief Executive Officer Maura Pally said in a statement.




The errors appeared on the tax forms 990 that all non-profit organizations must file annually with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to maintain their tax-exempt status.




Pally said the foundation did accurately report its total revenue but government grants were mistakenly combined with other donations.









(Reporting by Eric Beech in Washington; Editing by Peter Cooney)




http://mobile.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSKBN0NH0TP20150426?irpc=932

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