Yeah, Trump's tax returns are a thing:
— (((Doug Ross))) (@directorblue) October 2, 2016
— cordelia lear (@iowemysoul) October 2, 2016
They use the newly revamped assessment of Charity Navigator, a once legitimate watchdog of charitable non-profits, that has completely revamped its assessment of the Clinton Foundation.
As famed DC reporter Mark Tapscott observes:
A non-profit group that has received favors from the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), including a free membership that entitled its officials to rub elbows with world leaders, issued its top rating Thursday for the Clinton Foundation.
Charity Navigator awarded the Clinton Foundation four-stars based on an rating algorithm that scored the controversial non-profit with a 97.5 on financial issues and 93 on accountability and transparency. The new rating represented a boost for the foundation, as Charity Navigator had previously put it on its watch list due to concerns about its finances and transparency.
Forensic accounting expert Charles Ortel has conduncted an exhaustive review of the Clinton Global
Graft Initiative. His findings, in summary, are stark:
…the Clinton Foundation appears to be a rogue charity that has neither been organized nor operated lawfully from inception in October 1997 to date–as you will grow to realize, it is a case study in international charity fraud, of mammoth proportions.
In particular, the Clinton Foundation has never been validly authorized to pursue tax-exempt purposes other than as a presidential archive and research facility based in Little Rock, Arkansas. Moreover, its operations have never been controlled by independent trustees and its financial results have never been properly audited by independent accountants…
At this point, Snopes should just syndicate content from Media Matters, because it now has all the credibility of that Soros-funded propaganda mill.
And Charity Navigator needs to bone up on Charles Ortel's work before they fall any further into the cesspool of Clinton corruptoin.
Hat tip: BadBlue Real-Time News.