How the Clinton Foundation got rich off Poor Haitians

This article accuses the Clinton foundation of collecting money for the Haitian earthquake and then spending the money to build posh hotels instead of helping the poor and afflicted. This is what Naomi Klein calls disaster economy.

Where Does Clinton Foundation Money Go?

Most of the Clinton Foundation’s 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.

Clinton Foundation Barely Spent Any Money On Real Charity

Just 5.7 percent of the Clinton Foundation's massive 2014 budget actually went to charitable grants, according to the tax-exempt organization's IRS filings. Despite taking in an additional $30 million in 2014, the Clinton Foundation spent 40 percent less on charitable grants in 2014 than in 2013. Even as it slashed charitable spending, the foundation increased the amount spent on salaries, employee benefits and compensation by $5 million in 2014.

Donations to Foundation Vexed Hillary Clinton’s Aides, Emails Show

A new release by WikiLeaks reveals how efforts to limit potential conflicts led to infighting among advisers in the years before Mrs. Clinton announced her 2016 candidacy. One top aide to Mr. Clinton, Douglas J. Band, noted in an email that the former president had received personal income from some foundation donors and “gets many expensive gifts from them.”

Fox News Just Landed A Brutal, Clean Hit On Hillary Clinton's Campaign

In the beforetime, in the long, long ago of 2015, a woman named Hillary Clinton was about to launch her campaign for president. She was also trying really hard to secure $12 million for her family’s charitable foundation from King Mohammed VI of Morocco. And her campaign was freaking out about it.

Conservative group claims Hillary Clinton's foundation took millions from foreign governments

When Hillary Clinton became secretary of state in 2009, the foundation agreed to disclose its donors at the request of the White House. According to a memorandum of understanding, the foundation could continue to collect donations from countries with which it had existing relationships or running grant programs. If contributions from those countries increased significantly or a new foreign government wanted to make a donation, the State Department would have to first approve (more on that in a bit).

The Clinton Foundation’s $20 million off-the-books mystery

The little-known Haiti Development Fund, an LLC incorporated in  Delaware in August 2010, was created by the Clinton Foundation with an  initial endowment of $20 million from shady Canadian mining mogul Frank  Giustra and Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.  The Fund was supposed to supply desperately needed seed money to Haitian entrepreneurs after an earthquake d