The New York Times, in what Rush Limbaugh calls a “random act of journalism,” published an article on Wednesday exposing The Clinton Foundation’s larceny. The Times reports that despite having lost tens of millions of dollars since its shady inception, the Clintons will be moving ahead, full throttle, relocating the Foundation’s “nerve center” from its current, highly publicized and politically correct site in Harlem to mid-Manhattan, central to media outlets like (surprise, surprise), NBC. In the process, the name of the Foundation is being changed from “The Clinton Foundation” to “The Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation.” Well, at least that appellation is more frank.
The Clinton family has been a blight visited upon the nation since a boozy, blustering, Slick Willy clambered out of Arkansas, grabbing the public’s eye, along with every female he could reach, and the presidency. If you didn’t think his trashing of the White House, figuratively and literally, couldn’t have been any worse, think “Hillary.” If you imagined we’d be through after her, you are mistaken. Another generation of Clintons, with the intellectual acumen of a bag of rocks, is being groomed; the feckless Chelsea. Ah yes, America, all Clinton, all the time.
England’s Telegraph reports that Slick Willy met with attorneys and advisors over a year ago. Rather than progress having been made they: “…concluded that (the Foundation) was a mess… But what complicated this review – what made its findings more politically devastating – is that the Clinton Foundation has become about more than just Bill. Now both daughter Chelsea and wife, and likely presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton have taken on major roles.”
The New York Times went further: “For all of its successes, the Clinton Foundation had become a sprawling concern, supervised by a rotating board of old Clinton hands, vulnerable to distraction and threatened by conflicts of interest. It ran multimillion-dollar deficits for several years, despite vast amounts of money flowing in.” Not surprisingly, The Times is tens of millions of dollars short and almost two decades late. Their hesitant evaluation is incorrect: The Foundation wasn’t “threatened by conflicts of interest,” it is steeped in conflicts of interest. Nor has there been any success beyond swelling the Clintons’ coffers and the public’s acceptance of characteristic liberal bleating about good intentions.