An abysmal 10-15 percent of the money that flows into the Clintons’ “charities” goes to the actual causes that “help people.”
The balance goes to first class or private jet travel, cushy accommodations, and fat salaries for people with no former experience in the fields they are working in. So today’s revelations that taxpayers’ money has gone down this rathole are particularly upsetting.
Their own website shows the foundation’s financials for 2013. If you look at Schedule F, you see what they actually spent in the zones where they are helping – a pittance compared to what they rake in.
Charity Navigator put the Clinton foundation on its “watch list,” which warns potential donors about investing in problematic charities. The only agenda that organization has is to guide people who want to know how much of what they give goes to the actual causes.
Philanthropic organizations that are really just slush funds create charity fatigue. One can only give so much, therefore donating to an unworthy cause means less for the good ones. And even worse, people get cynical about giving.
All of this is not to mention the very suspicious foreign donations followed by favorable/profitable U.S. policy reversals by then Secy. of State Clinton as outlined in Peter Schweitzer’s new book, Clinton Cash. That’s another story… Suffice it to say that many of the donors rarely or never gave to charities, then suddenly became generous right before matters relating to them were up for consideration, and miraculously, gained fortunes after making donations to the Clinton “charities.” Read more here.