Howard Dean Thinks We Should Put Clinton Foundation In Charge Of Puerto Rico Hurricane Cleanup

Howard Dean Thinks We Should Put Clinton Foundation In Charge Of Puerto Rico Hurricane Cleanup

Howard Dean is a maniac.  There’s not really any argument about that at this point. Sure, I could show you the video of him losing his mind on the campaign trail for president in 2004 but is that really still entertaining? Who am I kidding? Of course, it is.

Pretty crazy that Dean was allowed to be the head of the DNC after that meltdown isn’t it?

Yeah. You read that right. Doesn’t get much more insane than that.

Let’s recap.

From Breitbart:

If you actually look at the numbers of their filings and 990s, that’s what it indicates. Now, what the Clinton Foundation will say is, “Yes, we take in $200 million, let’s say, and we only take $12 million of that and give it to charitable groups like Doctors Without Borders, and the Red Cross, et cetera.” But what they’ll say is, the remaining 94 percent goes for all these charitable activities that we are doing,

The problem is, when you start drilling down on what, precisely, those charitable activities are, and what they have to show for it, it gets really, really fuzzy and hazy. So you’ll have some charities like Doctors Without Borders will say, “We immunized 100,000 kids last year.” And you can look at that. That’s a very clear metric. Okay, here’s where they did it. They were in sub-Saharan Africa. They had all these doctors.

The Clinton Foundation will say, “We assisted or facilitated in 100,000 kids getting immunizations.” Well, okay, what does that mean? And they don’t really tell you. They don’t really explain to you how it works.

So the number is absolutely correct, that six percent goes to other charities. The other 94 percent is in this stew of marketing, and management, and travel expenses, and sort of all these obscure things, that it’s really hard to dissect what is the end result of that 94 percent being spent.

You want to put them in charge of Puerto Rico? I guess the real question is: why does Howard Dean hate Puerto Rico so much?

We tried letting the Clinton Foundation do all their “good work” with Haiti.

From Breitbart:

Hillary Clinton has spent nearly two years denying allegations of corruption and favoritism while she was secretary of state, those allegations first reported by Clinton Cash author and Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer.

The new emails, however, provide further contradictions to the Clintons’ claims that then-Secretary of State Clinton did not grant favors for Clinton allies and Clinton Foundation donors.

“I think when you look at both the State Department and the Clinton Foundation in Haiti, that line was pretty faint between the two,” Jake Johnston, a Haiti research analyst at the Center for Economic and Policy Research told ABC News. “You had a lot of coordination and connection between the two, obviously. And I think that raises significant questions about how they were both operating.”

“Hillary Clinton is so deep in the pockets of special interest groups and wealthy donors that she has admitted she’s ‘out of touch’ with what the American people need, and this latest revelation again calls into question whether or not she was born with a working moral compass,” Sansaricq’s statement concludes.


I also kind of think Dean is trolling us because isn’t the Clinton Foundation nonexistent now?

From Breitbart:

The Clinton Foundation has announced that it’s laying off 22 staffers due to the discontinuation of the Clinton Global Initiative, the Daily Caller reported.

The layoffs will take place April 15 as part of a plan to offset criticism of the alleged pay-for-play schemes during Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act notice the Clinton Foundation filed with the New York Department of Labor Thursday.

The layoffs were announced internally back in September leading up to the general election, Politico reported.

Employees had already started to look for or accept other positions at the time when the future of the organization was in doubt. It is not immediately clear how much of the staff will remain at the Clinton Foundation working in some other capacity.

Does he know he’s full of it? Or, does he actually really think he’s making sense?

Who knows.

One thing is for sure.

He’s an idiot.

H/T Weasel Zippers

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