The Trump administration will encourage foreign governments to investigate the Clinton Foundation as world leaders begin cutting off money flowing into the Clintons’ coffers in exchange for political favors.
This is a power move by Donald Trump; it’s almost certain the Clinton Foundation is a much bigger scandal than Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server – in fact, Clinton was likely deleting e-mails showing evidence of wrongdoing tied to her foundation.
The Trump administration will task new US ambassadors with insisting foreign governments start probing the financial dealings of the Clinton Foundation, particularly how the Clintons may have taken advantage of their countries’ national resources and foreign aid.
“Haiti and Colombia will be key diplomatic posts for this because of all the money involved,” an insider told the New York Post.
In 2010, the Clintons pocketed millions of dollars of earthquake relief fund money meant for Haiti, according to the Haitian victims themselves.
“The Clintons don’t like black people,” said Haitian-American Joseph Mathieu, who protested Hillary during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. “All they do is more welfare, more jails, more food stamps–-we don’t need that, we need more opportunity, more education!”
And the former president of the Haitian Senate, Bernard Sansaricq, said then-President Bill Clinton tried to bribe him in 1994 and revoked his visa when he refused.
“Sadly, when an earthquake rocked the nation of Haiti in 2010, corruption moved in faster than the help so desperately needed,” he said. “Today, the people of Haiti are still suffering despite the billions of dollars that have flowed into the Clinton Foundation.”
“The Clintons exploited this terrible disaster to steal billions of dollars from the sick and starving people of Haiti. The world trusted the Clintons to help the Haitian people during their most desperate time of need and they were deceived.”
In Colombia, Canadian mining mogul Frank Giustra benefited from the Clinton Foundation’s “philanthropic work” in the country after donating $100 million, which allowed him to acquire Colombia’s natural resources for an oil business.
The Clinton Foundation is a “massive spider web of connections and money laundering implicating hundreds of high-level people,” according to a FBI insider who explained why FBI Director James Comey refused to indict Hillary Clinton over her private e-mail server.
“The real point of interest is the Clinton Foundation, not the email server,” he said. “We received the server from Benghazi, then from the server we found data on the Clinton Foundation.”
“Then we realized the situation is much worse than previously thought.”
Comey in particular wasn’t confident the FBI could face the “Clinton Machine” and the “rest of Washington D.C.” by itself.
“…This case would explode into a million other cases if fully brought to light, and then we would be one agency competing against the entire government and a hoard of other interests,” the insider continued. “It is a very tense and uncomfortable position.”