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Bill Gates, Epstein and the Clinton Foundation

Gates’ Divorce Prompts Scrutiny of His Past, Ties With Epstein & Clinton Foundation, Analyst Says

. . . [Charles] Ortel highlights, citing the philanthropist’s cooperation with the Clinton Foundation. The Clintons’ brainchild has never been properly organised and operated, according to the analyst, who has been looking into the Clinton Foundation’s alleged fraud for several years.

 

 


 

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IRS’ free pass for CF challenged in court

New Docs: IRS Cornered by Judge to Reveal If It Criminally Investigated the Clinton Foundation

” . . . While testifying before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in December 2018, Doyle and Moynihan alleged that the Clinton Foundation owes between $400 million and $2.5 billion in taxes. The two Jesuit College alumni told US lawmakers that they had collected approximately 100 exhibits in excess of 6,000 pages, and came to the conclusion that the foundation:

·         did not operate as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organisation;

·         made material misrepresentations to the IRS about its operations and entities;

·         acted as a nothing short of a foreign agent thus making its charitable tax-exempt protection void.”

 

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Why foreign investigations into CF stall

SputnikWhy Foreign Gov’ts Seem Reluctant to Expose Clintons’ Alleged Fraud

“What’s more disturbing, however, is that many foreign governments had jumped on the CHAI (The Clinton Health Access Initiative) bandwagon with no questions asked.

“Either way — the numerous foreign governments that seem to be associated with Clinton ‘charities’ have behaved deplorably,” Ortel told Sputnik commenting on the matter.”

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Hillary is in danger of jail

Sputnik – How Clinton Charity’s Trustees, Donors May Find Themselves in Heap of Trouble

Those who found themselves involved in the Clintons’ charity network may find themselves in a whole heap of legal trouble, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel warns, adding that the good news is that foreign governments which poured millions of dollars in the Clinton Foundation could recover their funds.

If you got into bed with the Clinton Foundation there is good news and bad news for you, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel, who has been investigating the charity’s alleged fraud for the last few years, says.

AND . . .

How Hillary Clinton May Find Her Way to Jail

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Charles Ortel: The Clinton Foundation is a Charity Fraud Network

A Deep Dive into How the Clinton Foundation Operates Illegally and in Haiti

State, federal, and foreign laws bar public charities from being run for private gain in interstate commerce—which means, by using the mail, telephones or the internet. The Clinton Foundation’s complex operations (it is not just one entity but a web of them) do not comply with this requirement. Nor does the Clinton Foundation ever seem to have submitted its financial records to an independent, properly certified audit by a qualified accounting firm.

Overall I consider the Clinton Foundation to be a charity fraud network. . . (more)