Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Clinton Charity, Under New Pressure, Now Will Amend Tax Return Errors

This story has now hit peak Clinton.

It starts with a series of articles by Politico published as Hillary’s campaign kicked off in March, noting the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), spun off from the Clinton Foundation, had not fully complied with a conflict-of-interest agreement negotiated with the White House before Hillary became secretary of state.

Then an April 2015 Reuters story reported that a Clinton Health Access Initiative spokeswoman conceded that the nonprofit organization made errors reporting the amounts of government grants on its tax filings and said the group planned to refile those returns with the Internal Revenue Service to make things right. They never refiled.

Then a few days ago the group denied they ever committed to refiling and said no revised forms are being prepared. “Contrary to what was reported, we have consistently stated that we would conduct a review process to determine whether the transposition errors required a refiling. After conducting the review, the transpositional errors made had no material impact and we do not believe a refiling is required.”

Now, just two days later, the group changed its mind again, saying it would refile them with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service after all. The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) said the decision to refile the returns was in response to “recent media interest.”

And that friends, is peak Clinton:

— Break the rules and say nothing until the media catches you;

— When caught, promise to fix things;

— Wait for the media attention to die down and do nothing;

— When the attention does not go away, promise again to fix things.

Repeat.