Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

More Clinton Foundation Money Scams

The Clinton Foundation reluctantly confirmed it received as much as $26.4 million in previously unreported payments from foreign governments and corporations for speeches given by the Clintons.

That money is just a small portion of the graft accumulated since 2002 by Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton. The three gave a total of 97 speeches benefiting the foundation, earning anywhere from $10,000 to $1 million dollars in fees for each chat.

Bill was the biggest earner for speeches, giving three that brought in anywhere from $500,000 to $1 million each.

Both he and his wife gave speeches to foreign companies and other domestic organizations for anywhere from $250,000 to $500,000. Bill Clinton spoke to Thailand’s Ministry of Energy, the China Real Estate Development Group and Qatar First Investment Bank; Hillary Clinton spoke to Goldman Sachs, Citibank and JP Morgan Chase, among others.

The issue of course is that it is just possible those groups cared less about whatever blather the Clintons spewed out of their mouths, and more about buying influence through inflated speaking fees.

Now why wasn’t all that moolah disclosed, as required, so we all know who is paying off the Clintons? Well, according to foundation officials, the income was not disclosed publicly because it was considered and tallied for tax purposes as revenue, rather than donations.

The Clinton Foundation CEO acknowledged other “mistakes” in the organization’s tax filings, which she said “mistakenly combined” government grants with other donations. Sure, happens to me all the time.

A Clinton Foundation spokesperson defended its disclosure policies, saying the organization has gone “above and beyond” other charities with its transparency efforts.

So, great, that’s settled.