Whether it’s on how to win elections or how to rebuild a US territory after a natural disaster, Democrats are out of good ideas.
Former presidential candidate Howard Dean is living proof of it.
In the absence of anything constructive to contribute to American politics, Democrats have determined to turn post-Maria Puerto Rico into a scandal for President Trump.
Howard Dean is now taking his turn in the limelight, attacking Trump’s response to Puerto Rico and suggesting who could supposedly do it better.
What we should do is turn over the rehab of Puerto Rico to the Clinton Foundation. They know what they are doing. You have no clue. https://t.co/2IxYqyG7CJ
— Howard Dean (@GovHowardDean) October 12, 2017
Dean is suggesting the Clinton Foundation take over the recovery effort in Puerto Rico? He might want to ask Haiti how that worked out for them.
As Breitbart reports, the Clinton Foundation jumped into Haiti during the destructive 2010 earthquake that killed over 200,000 people.
Hillary Clinton’s brother, Tony Rodham, had the Clinton Foundation give him access to the Haitian government so he could score lucrative business deals–all under the guise of charity.
“I deal through the Clinton Foundation,” Rodham said. “That gets me in touch with the Haitian officials. I hound my brother-in-law [Bill Clinton], because it’s his fund that we’re going to get our money from. And he can’t do it until the Haitian government does it.”
Rodham convinced Haiti to give him an extremely rare “gold exploitation permit.” Meanwhile, Clinton Foundation donors like mobile phone tycoon Denis O’Brien landed multi-million dollar contracts that took money right out of the hard-hit Haitian economy.
The millions of affected Haitians had thought the Clinton Foundation would help improve their lives after the earthquake. Instead, they were worse off. The only people who benefited were the Clintons’ wealthy connections.
As expected, Haitians haven’t taken too kindly to the Clintons’ shady activities. A large crowd of Haitians gathered outside the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia to protest Hillary Clinton’s candidacy.
One protester said “They pretend to like us; they’ve been deceiving us. It’s time for us to wake up. We don’t want the Clintons. They are criminals. They are evil.”
Another distraught Haitian made clear: “The main message is that Hillary Clinton belongs in jail.”
If Howard Dean actually cared about Puerto Rico, he would be over there lending a hand himself–not calling for them to be taken advantage of by the same people who left Haiti’s trusting people out in the cold.
Democrats would do well not to pay Dean any heed. After all, he’s the guy who tanked his presidential campaign with this infamous scream.
Conservatives on Twitter are letting Howard Dean know it’s long past time to consider a new profession.
How did that work out for Haiti ???? Oh that’s right a wedding for Chelsea
— SON OF LIBERTY (@fande3rls1) October 12, 2017
Yeah, Clinton Crime Syndicate did such a bang up job in Haiti, if you define bang up job as pilfering donations to line their own pockets.
— Lori 🇺🇸✡️🇮🇱 (@Lori_PoliSci) October 12, 2017
You’re joking right? 😂 or have you forgotten Haiti?
— JennyB (@jennyb81112) October 12, 2017
I guess Dean had his head under a rock when the Clinton’s and their foundation helped Haiti! They raped that poor country! I wouldn’t wish the Clinton’s and their foundation on any poor country! You ought to be ashamed of yourself Governor Dean!
— Deplorable Linda (@linda_massello) October 12, 2017
— U Talking To Me (@UTalkingToMe2) October 12, 2017
Oh sure, just like they took care of Haiti. Inform yourself before making idiotic statements.
— D. Bran (@Comanchegyrl) October 12, 2017
— truthseeker (@wedjim) October 12, 2017
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