The ethical stench from the Clinton Foundation has gotten so bad that two liberal, mainstream newspapers have spoken out against it.
Here’s the report from Newsmax.com:
“The Clinton Foundation… should shut down or transfer operations to another charity despite its good work to avoid perceptions of ‘pay-for-play,’ the Washington Post and USA Today said in editorials on Wednesday.
“Despite plans announced earlier this week to reorganize the Clinton Foundation if Hillary Clinton wins the Nov. 8 election, USA Today said the global charity must close for the Democratic candidate to avoid any appearance of unethical ties.
“‘The only way to eliminate the odor surrounding the foundation is to wind it down and put it in mothballs, starting today, and transfer its important charitable work to another large American charity such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,’ the paper’s editorial board wrote.
“The foundation announced on Monday that it would stop accepting at least some foreign and corporate donations if Clinton wins the presidency and that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, would resign from the foundation’s board.
“The Washington Post said in its editorial that these changes were insufficient and should have happened sooner, before Clinton served as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.”
The timing of these attacks are interesting, with less than 90 days until Election Day. It appears that both papers published this attack to either salvage what little journalistic credibility they have left, encourage Hillary to exit the presidential race, or both.
History has shown us that the Clintons can’t be shamed into anything, and there’s no way in hell, heaven or earth that Hillary will voluntarily end her quest for the White House.
And no rational person expects to believe that Bill Clinton will resign from the Clinton Foundation’s board if Hillary wins the election.
Why do you think the Washington Post and USA Today ran these coordinated attacks against the Clintons?
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