The Presidential Records Act allows restricted access to documents for 12 years after leaving office. Now years later, the Clintons are still withholding thousands of records from the public.
The Clintons have ignored 300 Freedom of Information Act requests, suggesting more damaging revelations.
It is difficult to separate the Clintons’ personal and political financial ventures from those of the Clinton Foundation.
The New York Times expose on the Clinton Foundation details moral and fiscal chaos, shameless fundraising and calls it, mired in conflicts of interest. Run by old Clinton friends, it has been grossly mismanaged and despite enormous donations ran multi-million deficits. Already rife with conflicts of interest the Foundation’s offices are now shared by the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.
Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Campaign moved into the Clinton Foundation offices.
Americans can give $2,300 to presidential candidates, but there are no limits on donations to foundations. Hillary Clinton cannot legally accept campaign donations from foreigners but no restrictions apply to foundations.
Secretary of State Clinton travel to Moscow and pressed the Russian government to purchase planes from Boeing. Two months later, contract in hand, Boeing donated $900,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
The Foundation’s support from foreign interests hoping to influence U.S. policy is of grave concern. Foreign donations to the Foundation increased by 70% when Hillary Clinton ran for president in 2008.
Saudi Arabia has financed terrorists, has an abysmal women’s rights record and punishes homosexuality by death. And yet, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the largest supporters of the Clinton Foundation.
In a Clinton co-presidency, every large donation could raise suspicions of improprieties or influence peddling and lead to non-stop investigations.
The source for this material is from LYBIO
Part 18 (Hillary’s criminal career) will follow.