HOW THE CLINTON FOUNDATION RIPPED OFF HAITI…Stunning VIDEO That Exposes America’s Most Selfish Couple

Back in 2010, a massive 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti, killing more than 200,000 people, leveling 100,000 homes, and leaving 1.5 million people destitute.

And for the Clintons, they saw the perfect opportunity to profit.

In January 2015 a group of Haitians surrounded the New York offices of the Clinton Foundation. They chanted slogans, accusing Bill and Hillary Clinton of having robbed them of “billions of dollars.” Two months later, the Haitians were at it again, accusing the Clintons of duplicity, malfeasance, and theft. And in May 2015, they were back, this time outside New York’s Cipriani, where Bill Clinton received an award and collected a $500,000 check for his foundation. “Clinton, where’s the money?” the Haitian signs read. “In whose pockets?”
They were hardly a bunch of fringe protestors.
Even the former President of the Haitian Senate has blasted the Clinton Foundation, accusing the Clintons of trying to bribe him for political power.

“I spent 4 hours with Bill Richardson to tell Bill Clinton not to invade Haiti. A week later the embassy called me and told me that Bill Clinton has a messenger for him. He came and told me to sign with Bill Clinton, join his movement and Clinton will make me the richest man in Haiti. I told him he is a principled man and I will not sell out… A week later, Clinton revoked my visa.”

Sounds like a great bunch.

But how did they exploit Haiti and profit from their suffering? As 100 Percent Fed Up reported, Here is the unbelievable story:

It’s been said many of times: nothing Donald Trump has said has been anywhere near as bad as anything Hillary Clinton (or Bill) have done.

We’re not voting for the next Pope, we’re voting for the next President. Who would you rather trust: someone who once made some inappropriate comments in private, or someone who profits from the suffering of poor nations?

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