• Hillary Charged Charities Big Bucks to Speak


    This has got to be one of the most depressing stories I’ve ever read about Hillary Clinton. And that’s saying a lot, considering how many scandal stories I’ve read and written about this sleazy family and their corrupt foundation.

    Hillary Clinton can easily be called out for her hypocrisy after railing against sexist societal structures in America and then taking millions from Saudi Arabia, a country that executes women and girls for being victims of rape.

    That said, Hillary latest exercise in scumbaggism is a new low.

    The following two paragraphs, from POLITICOare the saddest I’ve read in a long time:

    When Condoleezza Rice headlined a 2009 fundraising luncheon for the Boys and Girls Club of Long Beach, she collected a $60,000 speaking fee, then donated almost all of it back to the club, according to multiple sources familiar with the club’s finances.

    Hillary Clinton was not so generous to the small charity, which provides after-school programs to underprivileged children across the Southern California city. Clinton collected $200,000 to speak at the same event five years later, but she donated nothing back to the club, which raised less than half as much from Clinton’s appearance as from Rice’s, according to the sources and tax filings.

    Hillary charged three times as much as did Condi and produced less than half the money for the Boys and Girls Club. And Condi donated much of the money she was paid back to the charity. Hillary, well, she took the money and ran.

    In all, Bill and Hillary have bagged over $11 million from non-profit groups. In most cases they redirected the money back to their crummy foundation.

    Is this the kind of woman you want to put back into the White House, America? Is it wise to vote for the kind of person that would essentially rip off small charity groups seeking, only, to lift up the lives of poor people?

    This is yet another small example of just how despicable Bill and Hillary Clinton truly are.

    Money talks. And their actions speaking louder than words.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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