The Corrupt Clintons are back to their usual tricks, even requesting foundations to their shady “non-profit” called The Clinton Foundation.
The foundation has long been suspected of allegedly engaging in illegal “pay-to-play operations.”
Hillary and Bill are accused of using the money to fund their millionaire lifestyle while using very little funds for charity purposes.
Hillary shamelessly wrote to Twitter, “If you’re able to give, I hope you’ll consider supporting the life-changing work of the @ClintonFdn.”
Take a look:
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 29, 2021
People immediately responded on social media by slamming the request:
Life changing. Hey at least it’s not a lie. I imagine some Haitian children had their lives changed.
— Lisa Stancil (@LisaStancil4) December 29, 2021
Tell that to the Haitians.
— jim lanham (@jimlanham) December 29, 2021
I’m sure the people in Haiti still waiting for the relief you promised them would love to actually SEE something from you!
— Honored to be a Disney Legend (@GOSEEMICKEYRON) December 29, 2021
From Western Journal:
Hillary Clinton got herself dragged on Twitter last week after putting out a fundraising request for the shady non-profit she founded with her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
The appearance of impropriety hasn’t abated since Hillary’s shock defeat by Donald Trump, when it became clear she was not headed to the White House and, just like that, donations to the organization conspicuously plummeted.
So when Clinton issued a request to her Twitter followers to consider donating to the notorious non-profit, more than a few users noted cynically that her particular brand of charity usually seemed to be aimed at benefitting the Clinton family more than anyone else.
Some Twitter users thought that the Clinton brand of “life-changing” might not necessarily be a good thing, pointing to oft-cited criticism that the Clintons had botched the Haiti earthquake recovery effort in 2010 when Hillary was U.S. Secretary of State and Bill Clinton was the United Nations special envoy to Haiti.
Suiciding people is definitely life changing work.
— Hi (@hollis4congress) December 29, 2021
Haiti called… they’re wondering about some money they were scammed out of.
— downtown_for_th (@therealchuckr) December 29, 2021