Clinton greed and corruption have siphoned off the money that was supposed to go to Haiti following the 2010 earthquake. The arrogant criminals still have the nerve to attack
The Clintons seem to get some kind of a sick charge out of drawing attention to their crimes and then beating back the public and law enforcement via their corruption network as things heat up.
Perhaps it’s just uncontrolled arrogance accompanied by recklessness, even stupidity, that led to two tweets from the Clinton crime family yesterday. First there was Chelsea Clinton, who made a completely irrelevant statement that some people from the “sh*thole” countries might have been employed in Trump construction projects.
They left the “sh*tholes” for that very reason, the reality of what they are and likely agree with the President’s assessment of their condition. A second tweet by the royal criminal queen, Hillary Clinton, went on to draw attention to their own pillaging of Haiti, which was and remains in appalling condition despite millions in Clinton Foundation” and US aid dollars.
If it’s a charge the Clintons are seeking they may be getting many of them, of the much less thrilling legal variety, in the near future. It’s not helping their case to be shining a spotlight on their own wrongdoing one bit.
Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch points out that Chelsea Clinton actually found someone willing to marry her and the wedding took place back in 2010, the year of the earthquake. He explains that the allegations are that “foundation resources” were used for her wedding. He doesn’t delve into the possibility that the three million was a dowry paid to anyone willing to wake up next to their homely spawn for the rest of his life.
He points out that the accusation was made by Doug Band, one of the top officials at the Clinton Foundation. Fitton says “He was yelling at Chelsea for even doing an investigation about how Foundation resources were being used. And he said, ‘Well what about your resources being used for your wedding?'”
Pete Hegseth notes that 500 homes were supposed to be built and ten million dollars spent properly. Fitton says, “We wasted most of the money that we spent on Haiti, which was directed more or less by Bill Clinton himself.”
“The documents Judicial Watch has uncovered,” says Fitton, “show that immediately after the earthquake the Clinton Foundation called up the State Department. And it looks like subsequently, Hillary Clinton’s State Department outsourced our Haiti policy to the Foundation, especially in terms of aid, and the problem with the Clinton Foundation is it was an influence peddling operation.”
Fitton says, “So it’s no surprise that Haiti got shafted as a result of Bill Clinton’s machinations and using the Foundation, not necessarily to benefit recipients of funds but to help the donors to his foundation and those giving him speaking fees.”
Fitton explains, “This problem goes back to the Clinton administration, where you had Clinton cronies getting a corrupt telephone contract from the Haitian government once Clinton again invaded Haiti and put in his friends back in power.” He says, “You need a special counsel alone to investigate the Clinton machine’s connections to Haiti.”
Asked for his thoughts on the Clintons drawing attention to themselves, Fitton quotes Doug Band, who asked, “Are they oblivious? Not smart for them to be highlighting Haiti” because, you talk to Haitians about the Clintons. It’s the one thing that sets almost everyone off. The Haitian community here in the United States really is opposed and knows about the corruption we’re talking about.”
Fitton closes saying, “Look, we spent billions of dollars, both through the United States, $35 million through the Clinton Foundation, and it really didn’t result in much.”
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