Bombshell: Disgraced NY A.G. Covered Up Clinton’s Receipt of Foreign “Donations” From Investigators – HRC Panics As Truth Is Revealed

Elder Patriot – Disgraced New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman served as consigliore for the New York branch of the Clinton Crime Syndicate.

From his position as the top law enforcement official in New York State all mandated filings, including those to the Clinton Foundation, went through his office.  He also was the one person with the power to decide who to investigate, what to investigate, and when to investigate.

The recent reports about Schneiderman’s preference for beating and dominating his partners is revealing.

The high incidence of sexual deviancy among to NY State Democrats strongly suggests that Hillary Clinton, who ran the NY State Democratic machine, purposely recruited perverts for high office because she could extort loyalty from them.

So it comes as no shock that on the mandated financial filings for both the Clinton Foundation and its subsidiary the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) the donations from foreign entities and individuals, and the amounts of their, ahem, “donations” were missing.

CHAI took in almost a quarter of a billion dollars ($225MM) in the years from 2010 to 2014 but from whom and where and in what amounts each “contributor” participated is absent.  Considering the growing evidence that the Clintons used their Foundation(s) to launder money from her pay-to-play management of State Department decision-making enterprise this appears to be an attempt to obscure facts and cover the trail of her criminal sellout of United States assets.

The laws governing New York State charities leave little room for misunderstanding:

“Organizations that received a contribution or grant from a government agency during the reporting period shall include the name of each agency from which contributions were received and the amount of each contribution.”

Here’s where Clinton’s “control” over Schneiderman was especially useful.  The NY A.G. ignored the Clinton Foundation and CHAI’s failure to report line item donor details – donor, date, and amount – as the law expressly requires.

For example, in 2009, the year Hillary first took over as Secretary of State, the Clinton Foundation reported only a lump sum ($122 million) from all foreign government donations in its in its filing.  Schneiderman conveniently shielded Hillary, the State Department, the foreign favor-buyers, and Hillary’s slush funds, from the requirement to “list each government contribution separately.”

The purpose was to make tracking pay-to-play and quid pro quos more difficult.  And, the sexually perverted AG was too compromised to object… even if he had wanted to.