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Infowars Reporter Millie Weaver covers the latest in child trafficking busts which, once again, point towards the nefarious operations of the Clinton Foundation in Haiti. Just this weekend, and a little over one day prior to a major child trafficking bust in Haiti, the Clinton Foundation announced that it would be cutting operations in Haiti. This followed soon after the announcement that Federal Prosecutors are seeking child porn charges against disgraced Democratic Representative Anthony Wiener, the ex-husband of Clinton’s former chief of staff and vice chairwoman for the Hillary Clinton Campaign, Huma Abedin. Less than a week ago, 474 arrests were made in a Statewide Human Trafficking bust in California which rescued 28 children and 27 adults that were victims of sexual exploitation.
H/t reader kevin a.
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The man who is undisputedly ground zero of the “Russian hacking campaign”, former Clinton campaign chairman, John Podesta, whose emails provided an in-depth glimpse into the illict practices of the top echelon of US politics, and certainly the Clinton campaign itself, confirmed accusations of “pay-to-play” lobbed against the Clinton Family Foundation, and exposed the incestuous relationship between the Clinton dynasty and the “free press”, which was revealed to be at times nothing more than the Public Relations arm of the Clinton campaign, spoke on NBC’s Meet The Press this morning and claimed that the FBI did not tell him about Russia hacking into his email account until two days after WikiLeaks began publishing the hacked messages online.
“The first time I was contacted by the FBI was two days after WikiLeaks started dropping my emails,” Podesta told NBC’s Chuck Todd.
After pay-to-play allegations, being put on a charity watchdog’s “watch list” last year, and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, it’s not surprising that donations to the Clinton Foundation have suffered a steep decline.
According to the group’s most recent tax filing, contributions dropped 37 percent to $108 million, which is down from $172 million in 2014.
The cash plummeted as Hillary Clinton left the nonprofit in April 2015 after announcing her ill-fated candidacy.The foundation became a major issue in the race, with Donald Trump vowing to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate it. […]
Not only did contributions drop, but so did revenue the Clintons brought in from speeches. That income fell to $357,500 from $3.6 million in 2014.