The Clinton Foundation will not return as much as $250,000 in donations from Hillary Clinton‘s pal, accused serial rapist Harvey Weinstein. Why? Because in true Hillary fashion, the group already spent the cash.
The move is being slammed since other Democratic politicians — including Chuck Schumer and Elizabeth Warren — have promised to donate the contributions they received over the years from Weinstein to women’s rights groups.
The disgraced film mogul is under fire after 43 women accused him of engaging in a predatory pattern of sexual harassment for the past 30 years. Five women said they were raped by Weinstein. More victims are coming forward every day.
While Hollywood liberals — most of whom were aware of Weinstein’s sexual abuse — have since distanced themselves from him, the Clinton Foundation is keeping his “dirty money.”
The Foundation’s spokesman Craig Minassian tweeted that all the cash had been spent already. Keep in mind that other politicians and charities that are returning Weinstein’s donations could make similar claims, but don’t.
For example, the University of Southern California pledged to return a $5 million donation from Weinstein, the Daily Mail reported.
— Craig Minassian (@MinassianMedia) October 14, 2017
It’s unclear where Harvey Weinstein’s donations to the Clinton Foundation went, since it spent less than 6% of the $178 million in donations it received in 2014 on charity, according to IRS documents.
In June 2017, liberal CNN pundit Van Jones slammed Hillary for wasting $1 billion on her disastrous presidential campaign. “The Hillary Clinton campaign did not spend their money on white workers, and they did not spend it on people of color,” Jones said. “They spent it on themselves, let’s be honest!”
Jones continued: “They took a billion dollars — a billion dollars — and set it on fire, and called it a ‘campaign.’ That wasn’t a campaign!”
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