Charles Ortel on the Clinton Foundation

This is an interview that Lionel did with Charles Ortel two and a half years ago. It’s long, at nearly an hour and a half, but it’s thorough and filled with factual information.

The Clintons seem to have taken for granted that the mind-boggling corruption in the system would never end. Has it ended? I am not sure I see any compelling evidence of it, except for donations to the Clinton Foundation have apparently fallen off a cliff and it will supposedly be closed. As best as I can tell they only actually donated about 1% of what they took in.

Donations to Clinton Foundation Fell 57.8 Percent in 2017 | News | PND

The Clinton Foundation: Largest Unprosecuted Criminal Global Charity Fraud and Conspiracy Ever

1:24:05 – Lionel Nation – 16 January 2017

Charles Ortel, the respected Wall Street analyst who uncovered grave financial discrepancies at GE before its stock crashed in 2008 alleges with particularity and thorough documentation through relentless research and investigation that the Clinton Foundation and its myriad subsidiaries, versions and iterations have committed a number of flagrant irregularities in its tax records and are violating existing charitable, financial disclosure and IRS regulations, laws and statutes. The degree of criminality is breathtaking.

With a nonpareil tenacity Ortel has analyzed with a take-no-prisoners ferocity the “charity” operations of Hillary and Bill Clinton, the Bonnie and Clyde of charity fraud, known collectively as the Clinton Foundation and its myriad tentacles. Ortel’s indefatigable efforts to expose the Clinton corruption machine have resulted in an indictment of the Clintons (figurative, for now) that will boggle the mind.

Wall Street on Parade notes that in a nine-page letter posted to his blog, Ortel calls the Clintons’ charity the “largest unprosecuted charity fraud ever attempted,” adding for good measure that the Clinton Foundation is part of an “international charity fraud network whose entire cumulative scale (counting inflows and outflows) approaches and may even exceed $100 billion, measured from 1997 forward.” Ortel lists 40 potential areas of fraud or wrongdoing that he plans to expose over the coming days.

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