The scam that is the Clinton Foundation, a Limerick.

The Clinton Foundation, a scam,

a welfare for sycophants sham.

Five percent for the poor

they don’t dare ask for more.

The rest for campaigning flimflam.

The Clinton Foundation tax return for 2014 reveals that of an income of 178 million only 5,1 million went to charity, 38 million to salaries and 50 million to “other”, such as Bill Clinton’s extravagant globe trotting. 91 million was carried over into 2015. For what purpose? Considering the 2000 people on the payroll, many getting prepared to join her campaign.

As an interesting side the 8 executives with the highest pay were men, the next 3 were women, leaving the executive women making 63 percent as much as the men.

One of the prime goals of the Clinton Foundation was relief for Haiti. Precious little was accomplished. At least for the Haitians.

But all was not lost. Tony Rodham, brother of Hillary Clinton got the only goldmine concession in Haiti.

But the Haiti Sentinel wrote:

When the 2010 earthquake hit Haiti, former U.S. President Bill Clinton and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton exacerbated the devastation to their own benefit. In the end, billions of dollars donated by individuals from countries all around the world, weeks upon weeks of top story attention on any and every news agency around the world, left Haitians not just where they began, but in worse circumstances.

The tax filing:

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lenbilen

Engineer, graduated from Chalmers Technical University a long time ago with a degree in Technical Physics. Career in Aerospace, Analytical Chemistry, and chip manufacturing. Presently adjunct faculty at PSU, teaching one course in Computer Engineering, the Capstone Course.

2 thoughts on “The scam that is the Clinton Foundation, a Limerick.”

  1. love your political lean
    You are just poet machine
    The daily news wallows
    as the public swallows
    in the bilge they expect us to Keen

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