The Clinton Foundation Boondoggle.
Have you wondered why the Clinton Foundation folded so suddenly after Hillary was no longer in a position of influence? Perhaps this summary will provide some insight??
They list 486 employees (line 5)! It took 486 people who are paid $34.8 million and $91.3 million in fees and expenses, to give away $5.1 MILLION.
This is real. You can check the return yourself (see below). The real heart of the Clinton’s can be seen here. Staggering but not surprising. These figures are from an official copy of the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation for the tax year 2014. The copy of the tax return is from the National Center for Charitable Statistics web site. You can obtain the latest tax return on any charitable organization there.
The Clinton Foundation:
Number of Employees (line 5) 486
Total revenue (line 12) $177,804,612.00
Total grants to charity (line 13) $5,160,385.00 (this is less than 3%)
Total expenses of $91,281,145.00
Expenses include:
Salaries (line 15) $34,838,106.00
Fund raising fees (line 16a) $850,803.00
Other expenses (line 17) $50,431,851.00 HUH??????
Travel $8,000,000.00
Meetings $12,000,000.00
Net assets/fund balances (line 22) $332,471,349.00
So, it required 486 people, who were paid $34.8 million, plus $91.3 million in fees and
expenses, to give away $5.1 MILLION! And they call this a CHARITY?
This is one of the greatest white-collar crimes ever committed. And just think—one of the
participants was a former president and one (gasp!) wanted to be elected president of the
United States.
If justice was truly served they would both be in prison.

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I am a retired Roman Catholic Bishop, Bishop Emeritus of Corpus Christi, Texas
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  1. vasheepdog94 says:

    In regards to the Comments of Ana Millan on this post:
    The Establishment Republicans are going to fall away on the Gay Rights, leaving Christians with no political cover. Can’t see it any other way. This is probably our last chance. 2018 midterms. Here it is. 2020 will be right around the corner after this. If we don’t start working now, all will be lost. It is the same for the Cardinals. Fail to act now, and all will be lost The Gates of Hell wont prevail against the church. Every one of these people will have to answer for letting this go on an on.

  2. vasheepdog94 says:

    The Republicans had 8 years to counter all this. What the heck was the establishment doing? They just care for themselves. After giving President Trump crap about the Tax Bill they barely passed it after letting the Left take out everything. The same with Cardinals. Honestly, not one of them has proved anything. Unless there is a God given reason to wait, the time is now. Lets apologize for our errors during the Medieval ages, and bring our separated brethren home.

  3. Ana Milan says:

    They certainly should, but then the same could be said of PF & most of the Cardinals who contrived to elect him to the Papal Office after they had forced the sitting PBXVI to suddenly vacate the administrative part of that position, giving us a contrived Pope Emeritus & a Dual Papacy. In relation to the Clintons, the American people had the foresight to see how evil this family really is & blocked Hillary’s election with consequential mayhem within the ranks of the so-called ‘Democratic’ Party. In the second case, only the Members of the Hierarchy have the power to call for a general election to denounce PF as a pertinacious heretic & remove him. The fact that they haven’t makes them appear as complicit as he is in attempting to annihilate Christ’s Church on earth because none of them like what He stands for & anyway that was two thousand years ago & His Commandments no longer apply in today’s world where the enlightened no longer believe in Sin, Hell, Penance but rather believe that all faiths are equal, there is goodness in SSM, contraception is sometimes necessary, we are not expected to live to the standards set in the Gospel (that would be impossible) & marriage is no longer a sacrament but a civil right to live immorally.

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