Wall Street analyst: Clinton charities' finances so convoluted and dodgy it rises to the level of fraud

t’s really amazing that this crew put together a “charity” to enrich themselves and pay off their friends — their shadow government in waiting — and no one really bothered to look into it before recently.

I think the concept of it — of a former president and his morally diseased wife just creating a sham charity to raise billions for themselves — was just so brazen that few even suspected it. Even the Clintons’ longtime opponents didn’t figure they’d be this corrupt.

After more than a year of research, a Wall Street analyst is arguing the Clinton Foundation’s books are riddled with financial inconsistencies that rise to the level of “fraud.”
Charles Ortel, who gained recognition for correctly identifying problems with General Electric’s financial statements in 2008, has prepared 40 reports highlighting discrepancies that he said proves the Clinton Foundation has covered up cash flow since 1997.

The financial whistleblower said his 15 months of research revealed gaps in the amount of money donors claim to have given and the amount of money the foundation claims to have received.

The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has been removed from the website of a prominent nonprofit watchdog, Charity Navigator, because its “atypical business model can not be accurately captured” by methods used to size up traditional charities.

Hal Moroz, a private attorney and former Georgia judge, said he referred some of Ortel’s findings on the violations of the foundation to the state attorney general’s office.
From 2000 until now, the Clintons were on their very best behavior, to preserve Hillary’s electoral viability.