- Hillary contributors have been connected to the offshore scandal in Panama Paper Leaks.
- Hillary’s top two contributors have been referenced in the investigation under Mossack Fonseca.
- The Clintons have been receiving donations from offshore accounts since 2005.
It appears that in the wake of the Panama Paper Leaks the Clinton family fortune, which Hillary has been recently waving about to buy her presidential nomination, may have been acquired through partners with numerous offshore entities.
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The organization that makes up Hillarys enormous collaborative team of investors has been operating with funds that have been fused with offshore accounts from around the world. Giving Hillary a direct link to one of the biggest offshore accounting scandals.
Two of the leading partners in the Clinton financial family, Canadian business executive known for his mining and filmmaking endeavors Frank Giustra and the Chagoury family in Nigeria, have been using the law firm Mossack Fonseca, the center of the Panama Paper investigation, to move and exchange their assets. Giustra, one the largest financiers to Hillarys financial foundation, gave more than $25 million. Whereas, the Chagoury family has committed to giving $1 billion.
Not only have Hillarys financial backers used offshore organizations to move money, but Giustra used Mossack Fonseca back in 2005 to created UrAsia Energy, a company that acquired uranium concessions in Kazakhstan with the aid of Bill Clinton. UrAsia Energy was one of the companies responsible for sending a section of the 20 percent of American uranium production into the hands of the Russian Government. In 2010, UrAsia Energy sold the uranium assets they had acquired in the United States to the Russian State Nuclear Academy.
Naturally when dealing with a transaction that could have national security risks involved, Hillary Clinton’s State Department had to sign off an approval before the control of large amounts of uranium were turned over to the Russian government. So what do you do in politics when working with the Clinton family? You get nine shareholders in Uranium One, which was once UrAsia Energy, to send a $145 million dollar contribution to Hillary’s Clinton Foundation. The chairman of Uranium One Ian Telfer personally sent Hillary a donation of more than $2 million. And of course, a handful of those donations were not disclosed by the Clinton’s and were only revealed in Clinton Cash, a book by Peter Schweizer, and then backed up by Canadian tax records.
A non-connected contributor of the Clintons, Sergei Kurzin, a mining investor from Russia who also happens to be involved with the Uranium One deal and Mossack Fonseca, donated $1 million the Hillarys Clinton Foundation. Kurzin’s name is on a numerous amount of oil companies that were set up by Mossack Fonseca.
Yet if you remember this is not the first time that the Clinton’s financial contributors have been linked to offshore accounts. Two years ago it was discovered, by a Swiss whistleblower, that up to $81 million has been given to the Clinton Foundation by means of Swiss accounts.
Contributors who financed the Clintons through their Swiss accounts were Richard Caring, a British businessman, who donated $1 million in 2005. Frank Gisutra also had a Swiss account and donated up to $10 million between 2006 and 2007. Eli Broad an American entrepreneur donated over $1 million to the Clintons from his Swiss account.
Yet it isn’t only offshore accounts that are giving to the Clinton’s financial fortune, criminals are too. Jeffrey Epstein the financier who was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution in 2008 also donated money to the Clintons, a lump sum of $25,000.
Of course, let’s not forget the back scratching that leads to contributions to the Clintons as well. Marc Rich, an international commodities trader who was was wanted for a long list of charges, was pardoned by Bill Clinton on his last day in the White House. After Rich donated $500,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
Although it is true that creating offshore corporate entities or having Switzerland bank accounts are not illegal, the organizations involved with Mossack Fonseca are raising questions. Mossack Fonseca advertises their services as a way to keep assets hidden and minimize tax burdens. No matter how many times representatives for Frank Giustra, and many others, say that they have always complied with tax laws, people in bed with Fonseca are causing suspicion.
So when the Panama Paper Leaks came out, Hillary was one of the first to swing into the campaign ring and use it to her advantage. She quickly turned on her contributors and condemned the “…loopholes that super-rich people across the world are exploiting.” She has also promised to end the “private tax system for the wealthy.” Yet with her donators and contributors not able to hide away their assets anymore, who will be funding Hillary’s campaign? We have no doubts that she will quickly find people to take their place.
Originally sourced from Breitbart.