CLINTON HEARING FLOPS: Two Random Guys Say The IRS Should Decide What Happens
Forensic investigators John Moynihan and Larry Doyle performed an independent audit of the Clinton Foundation and testified Thursday to the House Oversight Committee that the Foundation has some problems.
U.S. Attorney John Huber, who lots of people hope is more seriously investigating the Clintons, did not show up to the hearing and another witness could not make it due to a “death in the family.” It is possible, according to the witnesses, that there is an FBI investigation based out of Little Rock, Arkansas into the Clinton Foundation, but the FBI is historically corrupt.
Moynihan and Doyle stated under oath some things that close observers have already known for a long time. They would not hand over their documents to the Committee, even though they handed them over to the IRS and FBI. Moynihan said the IRS should determine what happens to the Clinton Foundation.
“We have a submission of probable cause to the IRS,” Moynihan said.
“It is a claim of probable cause that the Foundation operated outside of the bounds of their approval by the IRS. That is our claim,” Moynihan said. He said the Foundation “far exceeded the purposes” of its non-profit status.
“The Foundation was not a charitable foundation per say, but was in fact a closely held family partnership…sought in large measure to advance the personal interests” of its members, said Larry Doyle.
The investigators also said that the Clinton Foundation should have registered under FARA because the organization was clearly operating as an agent of foreign governments.
Doyle noted that the Clinton Foundation was operating as a foreign agent of the government of Mozambique in 2002.
“It was plainly obvious, based on emails we reviewed, that this was not a Clinton Foundation program per se…They were brokering money, and they were brokering pharmaceuticals…They were an agent of money through these donors…They negotiated these relationships with the pharmaceutical companies. By the same token, they were brokering the pharmaceuticals and taking the vig.”
“Less than one tenth of one percent of the donors gave 80 percent of the money,” Doyle noted about the Foundation.
This is all well and good, but the IRS is obviously never going to investigate the Clintons and this is all pretty tame information for people who have been following this interminable Deep State fact-finding grind over the last two years.