Clinton Foundation Whistleblowers Hand Over 100s of Docs Proving Mass Corruption
Three insiders step forward with hundreds of documents exposing pay-for-play schemes
In a monumental turn of events, three Clinton Foundation whistleblowers have come forward and handed over hundreds of pages of documents to investigators that prove the organization was used as a pay-for-play scheme during Hillary's time as secretary of state.
The bombshell announcement was made late on Thursday night by Rep. Mark Meadows, who is head of the House Oversight Subcommittee.
According to Meadows, the documents provide evidence of wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation, including misappropriation of funds and allegations of quid-pro-quo promises made to donors during Hillary Clinton's tenure as a key member of the Obama Administration.
Meadows, the leader of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, said the documents would be presented during an investigative hearing on the Clinton Foundation which is due to take place next week.
United States Attorney John Huber was tasked to investigate Bill and Hillary's foundation last year by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The Clinton Foundation has consistently asserted that it is a charity, and claims to have never traded on Hillary Clinton's position as America's most senior diplomat, which she held from 2009-2013.
The organization touts that its mission is "to create economic opportunity, improve public health, and inspire civic engagement and service," and holds a four-star rating from the watchdog site Charity Navigator.
Next week's hearing will review evidence gathered by Huber, who is leading the investigation into the Foundation.
This latest bombshell follows a report by The Hill, revealing that 6,000 pages of evidence on the Clinton Foundation were secretly handed to the IRS and FBI last year.
The papers allege that the Foundation may be liable for millions of dollars in delinquent taxes and penalties for engaging in illegal activities.
According to The Hill, the documents also show a commingling of personal and Foundation affairs, especially by former President Bill Clinton.
A company called MDA Analytics LLC collected the evidence which included a submission from another whistleblower.
At the time, a spokesman for the Clinton Foundation said:
"The Clinton Foundation has been one of the most heavily scrutinized charitable organizations in the world and subjected to outrageous, politically motivated allegations that have been proven false time and time again.
"Critics continue to resurrect these false claims to try to damage the reputation of the Clintons and the Clinton Foundation.
"The fact is, the Clinton Foundation has demonstrably improved the lives of millions of people across America and around the world while earning top ratings from charity watchdog groups in the process."
Meadows previously raised questions regarding a significant drop in funds donated to the Foundation following Hillary's 2016 presidential election defeat by Donald Trump.
Donations plummeted from $63 million in 2016 to $27 million in 2017.
Highlighting the plunge in funds from donors, Mr. Meadows said: "The remarkable significance of the drop in Clinton foundation donations raises grave concerns their operations were not above board as the American people have been led to believe.
"Whenever we look at the possibility of 'pay to play' by government officials, current or former, it demands answers--and anyone who uses public office to sell access for their own financial benefit must be held accountable."
Meadows is a close ally of President Trump who has called for investigations into his former Democrat opponent., with chants of "lock her up" being a common theme on his campaign trail.
The Clinton Foundation denied the allegations of a pay-for-play scheme, saying the fall in donations was due to the shutting down of the Clinton Global Initiative.
In 2016, a Forbes article revealed that since Bill and Hillary Clinton left the White House in 2001, they managed to earn more than $240 million in the following 15 years, according to an analysis of their tax returns.
In 2015, the Clintons earned $11 million between them, and despite this being their lowest figure since 2009, their combined earnings were higher the total compensation packages of some of America’s highest-profile business executives, including Apple CEO Tim Cook.