Clinton Family Relaunches Its Most Profitable Operation Ever

( They’re back! Like horror movie villains, you can’t get rid of them.

The Clinton machine has relaunched its global pay-to-play business and is back at work.

Bill Clinton, the former president, stated on Friday that he’s very excited about the next week’s return of the Clinton Global Initiative. He said now is the time for working together and getting good things done for people and the planet.

On Sunday, the Clinton Global Initiative published a polished promotional film.
Future changes will result from CGI2022 promises made tomorrow.

The House Oversight Subcommittee on Government Operations held a hearing about the Clinton Foundation on Capitol Hill in December 2018.

Lawrence Doyle of DM Income Advisors and John Moynihan of JFM Associates, two whistleblowers, claimed that their investigation revealed that the Clinton Foundation was transacting in pharmaceuticals and money precisely like the global fund in Geneva, Switzerland, in violation of its legal obligations as a 501c3 non-profit organization.
In addition, Mr. Moynihan said that 60% of donations made to the Clinton Foundation were used for “administrative expenses,” which is significantly higher than the industry standard of 10% to 15%.

According to Mr. Doyle, The Clinton Foundation was, in fact, a closely held family partnership, not a charitable organization per se, as the inquiry “clearly indicates.”

It was managed in a way that sought, in large part, to advance the personal interests of its principles as described in the financial analysis and further substantiated in the accompanying documentation and evidence, said Doyle.

The whistleblowers were questioned by Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) about their assertions that the Clinton Foundation was acting as an agent of a foreign government.
“They were brokers of money and brokers of pharmaceuticals,” Doyle said. “They were money agents through these donors; they would take a vig (fee), broker the money, and then negotiate these relationships with the pharmaceutical companies. They were brokers of pharmaceuticals and again took the vig (fee).”

Mr. Moynihan then informed Congressman Jordan that the Clinton Foundation had violated their permission by combining elements of a private foundation and a public charity.

Mr. Moynihan admitted in a startling statement that their study shows that this hybrid modeled the global fund in Geneva, Switzerland. The Clinton Foundation may have lied to the IRS by carrying out all of this while paying fewer taxes than they would have if they had operated as a partnership.