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90% of hillary's foundation bribery money went to her and not to charity.

How much did she pay in taxes for that income?

Was it taxed at the same rate we all pay on our incomes?

 

hillary makes al capone and bernie madoff look like paupers.

 

Hey liar, I just published the phone number and address of the TrumpCON who sucker punched the old lady at the Trump Rally in Asheville NC. His life as he knew it is OVER. Would you like to be next liar?

 

The truth is and you know it, she can make speeches, take no pay and request that the money be donated to charity. She did nothing wrong and you know it. Your lying may result in some very ugly consequences for you. I the Clintons are a powerful as you say they can have a shit stain like you wiped out in the blink of an eye. I hope they do. :)

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90% of the money given to the clinton foundation goes to them as a

payoff and bribe for access to power.

 

Only 10% goes to charity. The clinton foundation is a pass through

shell and a fraud to evade paying taxes on ordinary income.

 

You clinton supporters need to pull your heads out of your asses.

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90% of hillary's foundation bribery money went to her and not to charity.

How much did she pay in taxes for that income?

Was it taxed at the same rate we all pay on our incomes?

 

hillary makes al capone and bernie madoff look like paupers.

Unsubstantiated bullshit and fraudulent ightwingnut propaganda from a crackpot troll!

 

In the real world....

 

Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation

CharityWatch

 

Tax Status: 501©3

 

Other Names

Clinton Foundation

Clinton Global Initiative

Clinton Health Access Initiative

William J. Clinton Foundation

Charities often solicit donors under multiple names. CharityWatch is aware of this charity soliciting donors using the above names.

 

RATING: A

 

Is this rating different than what you expected based on what the charity reports about itself or what other raters report about this charity? Read about what makes CharityWatch's independent ratings different from other sources of information.

 

CharityWatch, founded more than 20 years ago as the American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP), is America's most independent, assertive charity watchdog. CharityWatch does not merely repeat what a charity reports using simplistic or automated formulas. We dive deep to let you know how efficiently a charity will use your donation to fund the programs you want to support. CharityWatch exposes nonprofit abuses and advocates for your interests as a donor.

 

*****

 

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The Clinton Foundation:

 

Score (out of 100)............................Rating

Overall Score & Rating....................94.74

Financial............................................97.50

Accountability & Transparency.......93.00

This rating was published 09/01/2016 and includes data from FY2014, the most recent 990 received at that time.

 

Financial Performance Metrics

Program Expenses

(Percent of the charitys total

expenses spent on the programs

and services it delivers).......................................86.9%

Administrative Expenses.....................................8.7%

Fundraising Expenses.........................................4.2%

 

TOTAL REVENUE $319,501,568

EXPENSES

Program Expenses..................................$201,397,304

Administrative Expenses .......................$20,619,878

Fundraising Expenses............................$7,610,237

TOTAL FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES..........$229,627,419

 

Charity Navigator, founded in 2001, has become the nation's largest and most-utilized evaluator of charities. In our quest to help donors, our team of professional analysts has examined tens of thousands of non-profit financial documents. We've used this knowledge to develop an unbiased, objective, numbers-based rating system to assess over 8,000 of America's best-known and some lesser known, but worthy, charities.

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The Clinton Foundation’s finances are so messy that the nation’s most influential charity watchdog put it on its “watch list” of problematic nonprofits last month.

The Clinton family’s mega-charity took in more than $140 million in grants and pledges in 2013 but spent just $9 million on direct aid.

The group spent the bulk of its windfall on administration, travel, and salaries and bonuses, with the fattest payouts going to family friends.

On its 2013 tax forms, the most recent available, the foundation claimed it spent $30 million on payroll and employee benefits; $8.7 million in rent and office expenses; $9.2 million on “conferences, conventions and meetings”; $8 million on fundraising; and nearly $8.5 million on travel.

None of the Clintons is on the payroll, but they do enjoy first-class flights paid for by the foundation.

 

Oops.

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Unsourced anonymous bullshit from the serial liar.

 

In the real world....

 

Where Does Clinton Foundation Money Go?

THE WIRE

By Robert Farley

June 19, 2015

(excerpts)

Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says that "so little" of the charitable donations to the Clinton Foundation "actually go to charitable works" -- a figure CARLY for America later put at about 6 percent of its annual revenues -- but Fiorina is simply wrong.

 

Fiorina and others are referring only to the amount donated by the Clinton Foundation to outside charities, ignoring the fact that most of the Clinton Foundations charitable work is performed in-house. One independent philanthropy watchdog did an analysis of Clinton Foundation funding and concluded that about 89 percent of its funding went to charity.

 

Simply put, despite its name, the Clinton Foundation is not a private foundation which typically acts as a pass-through for private donations to other charitable organizations. Rather, it is a public charity. It conducts most of its charitable activities directly.

 

Asked for backup, the CARLY for America super PAC noted that the Clinton Foundations latest IRS Form 990 shows total revenue of nearly $149 million in 2013, and total charitable grant disbursements of nearly $9 million (see page 10). That comes to roughly 6 percent of the budget going to grants. And besides those grants, the super PAC said, "there really isnt anything that can be categorized as charitable."

 

That just isnt so. The Clinton Foundation does most of its charitable work itself.

 

Katherina Rosqueta, the founding executive director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania, described the Clinton Foundation as an "operating foundation."

 

"There is an important distinction between an operating foundation vs. a non-operating foundation," Rosqueta told us via email. "An operating foundation implements programs so money it raises is not designed to be used exclusively for grant-making purposes. When most people hear 'foundation', they think exclusively of a grant-making entity. In either case, the key is to understand how well the foundation uses money -- whether to implement programs or to grant out to nonprofits -- [to achieve] the intended social impact (e.g., improving education, creating livelihoods, improving health, etc.)."

 

Craig Minassian, chief communications officer for the Clinton Foundation, said the Clinton Foundation is "an implementer."

 

"We operate programs on the ground, around the world, that are making a difference on issues ranging from poverty and global health to climate change and womens and girls participation," Minassian told us via email. "Many large foundations actually provide grants to the Clinton Foundation so that our staff can implement the work."

 

Asked for some examples of the work it performs itself, the Clinton Foundation listed these:

* Clinton Development Initiative staff in Africa train rural farmers and help them get access to seeds, equipment and markets for their crops.

* Clinton Climate Initiative staff help governments in Africa and the Caribbean region with reforestation efforts, and in island nations to help develop renewable energy projects.

* Staff at the Clinton Health Access Initiative, an independent, affiliated entity, work in dozens of nations to lower the cost of HIV/AIDS medicine, scale up pediatric AIDS treatment and promote treatment of diarrhea through life-saving Zinc/ORS treatment.

* Clinton Health Matters staff work with local governments and businesses in the United States to develop wellness and physical activity plans.

 

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See much more at website.

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Unsourced anonymous bullshit from the serial liar.

 

http://nypost.com/2015/04/26/charity-watchdog-clinton-foundation-a-slush-fund/

The Clinton Foundation’s finances are so messy that the nation’s most influential charity watchdog put it on its “watch list” of problematic nonprofits last month.

 

The Clinton family’s mega-charity took in more than $140 million in grants and pledges in 2013 but spent just $9 million on direct aid.

 

The group spent the bulk of its windfall on administration, travel, and salaries and bonuses, with the fattest payouts going to family friends.

 

On its 2013 tax forms, the most recent available, the foundation claimed it spent $30 million on payroll and employee benefits; $8.7 million in rent and office expenses; $9.2 million on “conferences, conventions and meetings”; $8 million on fundraising; and nearly $8.5 million on travel.

 

None of the Clintons is on the payroll, but they do enjoy first-class flights paid for by the foundation.

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That is not the same link you had in your post #7, GrovelingBastard.

 

The NewYorkPost is a Clinton hating Rupert Murdoch owned rag that has very little credibility.....about on a par with the National Enquirer.....speaking of which....

 

Rupert Murdochs NY Post Joins National Enquirer And Paper Owned By Trumps Son-In-Law In Endorsing Trump

MediaMatters

THOMAS BISHOP

April 15, 2016

Rupert Murdochs New York Post endorsed GOP candidate Donald Trump in the Republican race for the White House, joining The National Enquirer and The New York Observer as the only publications to endorse Trump in the Republican primary.

 

Ahead of the April 19 New York GOP primary contest, the New York Post editorial board released a statement endorsing Trump as "an imperfect messenger carrying a vital message." The Post ignored what it called Trumps "amateurish, divisive -- and downright coarse" rhetoric to praise his "political incorrectness".

 

Rupert Murdoch, chairman of the Post and the executive chairman of the Post's parent company, News Corp. has supported Trump throughout the primary and called for GOP candidates to "close ranks to fight the real enemy." News Corp. is also the parent company of Fox News, which has given Trump a disproportionate amount of media coverage and favorable interviews.

 

The Post joins the The National Enquirer and The New York Observer as the ONLY publications to endorse Trump in the election. The endorsements both received scrutiny due to the relationships Trump shares with both publications. Trumps son-in-law is the publisher of The Observer and it has been reported that Trump is close friends with David Pecker, the CEO of The Enquirers publisher American Media, Inc..

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90% of hillary's foundation bribery money went to her and not to charity.

How much did she pay in taxes for that income?

Was it taxed at the same rate we all pay on our incomes?

 

hillary makes al capone and bernie madoff look like paupers.

Been meaning to thread this fact!

 

Good for ya!

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90% of hillary's foundation bribery money went to her and not to charity.

How much did she pay in taxes for that income?

Was it taxed at the same rate we all pay on our incomes?

 

hillary makes al capone and bernie madoff look like paupers.

You are a fucking liar. Hillary or Bill do not receive a dime from the foundation.

 

None of the Clintons is on the payroll, but they do enjoy first-class flights paid for by the foundation.

 

http://nypost.com/2015/04/26/charity-watchdog-clinton-foundation-a-slush-fund/

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