Last week, Rep. Mark Meadows dropped a bombshell during a Fox News interview about the Clinton Foundation. He said that three whistleblowers have come forward, delivering hundreds of pages of evidence showing the illicit activity of the fund.
The documents allegedly indicate the misappropriation of funds and quid-pro-quo promises made to elite donors… basically the same thing democrats have accused President Trump of doing, without any evidence whatsoever.
Meadows, a House Freedom Caucus leader who leads the House Oversight Subcommittee on Government Operations, is set to have a hearing this week on the status of the ongoing investigation into the Foundation.
U.S. Attorney John Huber has been tasked with investigating the Foundation since 2018, being appointed to the position by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The Hill reported that Huber recently asked for documents from MDA Analytics LLC, a private firm that has also been investigating the Clinton Foundation. The firm has already reached out to the FBI’s Little Rock office as well as the Department of Justice and the IRS to share details about their investigation.
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Clinton Foundation CFO Andrew Kessel reportedly told MDA investigators during a 2016 interview about the organization that “one of the biggest problems was [former President Bill] Clinton’s commingling and use of business and donated funds and his personal expenses.”
A different memo about the interview reads that former President Clinton “mixes and matches his personal business with that of the foundation. Many people within the foundation have tried to caution him about this but he does not listen, and there really is no talking to him.”
Another whistleblower has reportedly indicated that internal legal reviews back up the MDA’s findings.
The whistleblower filed a submission in Aug. 2017 with the IRS and FBI indicating that internal reviews within the Clinton Foundation found possible legal compliance issues within the organization largely stemming from Slick Willy’s irresponsible and possibly criminal behavior.
The Clinton Foundation has been reeling since Crooked Hillary’s failed presidential run in 2016. Fox News reported that donations to the organization dropped by a stunning 58 percent year-over-year from 2016 to 2017.
They raised only $26.6 million in 2017, after pulling in an impressive haul of $62.9 million the year before. Meadows believes that the plunge in donations “raises grave concerns their operations were not above board as the American people have been led to believe.”
“Whenever we look at the possibility of ‘pay to play’ by government officials, current or former, it demands answers, and anyone who uses public office to sell access for their own financial benefit must be held accountable,” he added.
With the imminent release of the Department of Justice’s much-anticipated inspector general report, the Republican Party may finally be ready to drain the swamp. The deep state will not make it easy, however, for the GOP to clean up the institutional corruption that plagues American politics.