Stars and Stripes of the Clintons

As more Democrats have started to question why former Attorney General Loretta Lynch was never investigated for obstruction following a suspicious meeting with former President Bill Clinton, it appears the Senate Judiciary Committee has finally decided to act.

The Washington Times reported Friday that the committee has launched a formal investigation into Lynch’s attempts to shape the FBI’s probe into Hillary Clinton, and whether she mishandled classified information on her private email server.

Those who found themselves involved in the Clintons’ charity network may find themselves in a whole heap of legal trouble, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel warns, adding that the good news is that foreign governments which poured millions of dollars in the Clinton Foundation could recover their funds.

If you got into bed with the Clinton Foundation there is good news and bad news for you, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel, who has been investigating the charity’s alleged fraud for the last few years, says.

The bad news is that the charity may turn out to be the “largest unprosecuted fraud ever.”
In his previous interviews with Sputnik, Ortel explained that judging from documents released in the public domain, the Clinton Foundation and its numerous entities neither were properly organized nor operated lawfully over the past two decades. He also shed light on the Clinton’s “pay-to-play” scheme and revealed how the charity cashed in on HIV/AIDS sufferers.

For her part, Dr. Dady Chery, a Haitian-born journalist and News Junkie Post Co-Editor in Chief, unveiled the details of the Clinton Foundation earthquake recovery effort in Haiti back in 2010.

Speaking to Sputnik, the journalist, who authored “We Have Dared to Be Free: Haiti’s Struggle Against Occupation,” underscored that it still remains shrouded in secrecy how exactly the Clintons spent the funds collected for Haiti’s reconstruction.

The crux of the matter is that the US laws related to charitable nonprofits which enjoy tax-exempt status are incredibly strict, especially when it comes to “private benefits.”

Alas, the aforementioned cases and numerous discrepancies in the Clinton Foundation’s financial statements prompt suspicions of apparent corruption and immense private gains.

President Donald Trump said “we’re going to have to see” when asked about the future of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is reportedly investigating whether Trump attempted to obstruct justice.

“Well, he is very, very good friends with (former FBI Director James) Comey, which is very bothersome,” the President said in a Fox News clip that aired Thursday. “We’re going to have to see.”

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