A stunning investigation into documents provided by the Clinton Foundation shows Hillary Clinton’s prized charity was sending “watered down” HIV/AIDS drugs to sick people on the African continent.
The investigation involves a doctored 2008 memo from the Clinton Foundation to the Politifact news organization. This review is also calling into question a massive donation to Politifact from a Clinton supporter.
From The Daily Caller:
The altered memo went to Politifact Sept. 21, 2016, three days after TheDCNF published a story entitled, “Clinton Foundation AIDS Program Distributed ‘Watered-Down’ Drugs To Third World Countries.”
The substandard drugs were provided by Ranbaxy, an generic Indian pharmaceutical company, and distributed by the Clinton Foundation via its Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) all without telling recipients about the medication’s problems. The AIDS drug program has long been the centerpiece of the Clinton Foundation’s public reputation.
The Daily Caller wasn’t the only organization to attack the validity of the memo. Other investigative agencies confirmed the fraudulent document.
Changes to the memo’s title were among multiple alterations identified by eSleuth, a Seattle-based computer forensic company that conducted an independent forensic examination of the altered Clinton Foundation memo at the request of TheDCNF.
The document may seem small on its face, but political leaders have been investigating the larger corruption weaved into Hillary Clinton’s world.
TheDCNF’s story was based on a congressional report produced by Rep. Marsha Blackburn, the Tennessee Republican who is vice-chairman of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
“The possible altering of documents by the Clinton Foundation to defend itself against a congressional report is deeply troubling,” Blackburn told TheDCNF. “My month’s-long investigation determined that the Clinton Foundation’s relationship with Ranbaxy very likely facilitated the distribution of watered down HIV/AIDS medications to patients in sub-Saharan Africa with taxpayer money.”
Blackburn added: “these drugs actually increased the risk of death for patients who used them. The people of Africa and hard-working American taxpayers deserve answers.”
Questions remain why Politifact didn’t delve further into the issue and confront the Clinton Foundation.
Politifact, part of the Tampa Bay Times, describes itself as “a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others who speak up in American politics,” according to The Daily Caller. The organization publishes three “fact checking” web sites: PolitiFact, PunditFact and its Truth-O-Meter.
Clinton money connections have been discovered weaved into Politifact’s operations, according to The Daily Caller.
In related developments, Politifact will not disclose a highly relevant conflict of interest, TheDCNF reported Sept.27. thatPierre Omidyar, a billionaire and a close friend of former President Clinton gave $225,000 for PolitiFact’s “global health” reporting, including its review of TheDCNF story exploring the Clinton Foundation’s HIV/AIDS program. Omidyar’s wife Pamela donated $1 million to the Clinton Foundation for its HIV/AIDS work in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Anyone doubting the Clintons’ constant parade of fraudulent endeavors needs to get a grip. They build a foundation to do good and then use it to send (bad) drugs to sick people and pad their pockets. The Clintons also use their political power to get rich supporters to influence news organizations.
It’s a long, tiring parade of corruption people must address. Law enforcement must quickly do something to stop the Clinton corruption. If Clinton gains the White House, every American will be subject to her criminal activity.
If people think healthcare is bad now, wait until Hillary Clinton waters down drugs used to fight cancer. She’ll make money, American taxpayers will foot the bill and more Americans will die under her watch.