That seems to be not the case…
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The biggest news here may not be the news itself, although it’s certainly significant. That the Clintons lied about where their money was coming from? No surprise. That they’ve been caught red-handed and forced to admit it? Sure, that’s serious news.
But even bigger: The revelation comes as a result of a review of Clinton Foundation records conducted by none other than Reuters – not exactly a member in good standing of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy. This follows our item on Tuesday about the New York Times and the Washington Post pursuing the story of Hillary’s influence-peddling in exchange for Clinton Foundation donations while she was Secretary of State.
The bastions of the MSM are holding nothing back in their pursuit of the corruption surrounding Bill Clinton’s Wife and Her Husband, Bill Clinton’s Wife’s Husband. The latest is that the Clinton Foundation claimed on its IRS tax returns that it received no donations from foreign governments between 2010 and 2012. Now they’re refiling those returns. Why? Because, well, you see, what happened was . . .
For three years in a row beginning in 2010, the Clinton Foundation reported to the IRS that it received zero in funds from foreign and U.S. governments, a dramatic fall-off from the tens of millions of dollars in foreign government contributions reported in preceding years.
Those entries were errors, according to the foundation: several foreign governments continued to give tens of millions of dollars toward the foundation’s work on climate change and economic development through this three-year period. Those governments were identified on the foundation’s annually updated donor list, along with broad indications of how much each had cumulatively given since they began donating.
“We are prioritizing an external review to ensure the accuracy of the 990s from 2010, 2011 and 2012 and expect to refile when the review is completed,” Craig Minassian, a foundation spokesman, said in an email.
The decision to review the returns was made last month following inquiries from Reuters, and the foundation has not ruled out extending the review to tax returns extending back 15 or so years.