The badge of dishonor and dishonesty affixed to Hillary Clinton just grew a bit larger.
There were some curious omissions over at the Clinton Foundation.
And they apparently went on for years.
According to an investigative report from Scripps Washington Bureau: The Clinton Foundation didn’t disclose all its money received from foreign governments.
Here’s a taste of the findings, from Breitbart:
“The Clinton Health Access Initiative, the Clinton Foundation’s flagship project … failed to list $225 million in contributions on disclosure forms with the New York state government, which requires charities to itemize each domestic and foreign government donation.”
The failure-to-disclose went on between 2010 and 2014, Scripps found.
And it continued under the supposed watch of a man named Eric Schneiderman who not only works as the attorney general of New York, but was also appointed by Clinton to serve on her presidential campaign’s “leadership council” for the state.
So why isn’t the law being applied to Clinton and her charity?
Scripps reports: “In 2009, Secretary Clinton’s first year heading the State Department, the Clinton Foundation disclosed to New York only a lump sum of $122 million in foreign government donations, listing the amount on a required form that directs all charities to ‘list each government contribution (grant) separately.’ The foundation continued to provide the lump sum disclosures for foreign governments in every year that followed.”
This counters Internal Revenue Service rules that require charities to disclose not only amounts, but specific sources of donor, from both domestic and foreign government entities. This can’t help her trustworthy and honest ratings in the polls.