Clinton fraud Foundation

Wall Street Whistleblower Turns His Scrutiny on the Clinton Foundation

Charles Ortel: ‘This is a charity fraud’
BY: Alana Goodman | May 5, 2016 | Washington Freebeacon

The Wall Street analyst who uncovered financial discrepancies at General Electric before its stock crashed in 2008 claims the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has a number of irregularities in its tax records and could be violating state laws.

Charles Ortel, a longtime financial adviser, said he has spent the past 15 months digging into the Clinton Foundation’s public records, federal and state-level tax filings, and donor disclosures. That includes records from the foundation’s many offshoots—including the Clinton Health Access Initiative and the Clinton Global Initiative—as well as its foreign subsidiaries.

According to Ortel’s reports, the contribution disclosures from the Clinton Foundation don’t match up with individual donors’ records. He also argued that the foundation is not in compliance with some state laws regarding fundraising registration, disclosure requirements, and auditing rules.

This week, Ortel is starting to release his findings in the first of a series of up to 40 planned reports on his website. His allegation: “this is a charity fraud.”

“Starting almost 20 years ago in 1997, the Clinton Foundation spread its activities from Little Rock, Arkansas, to all U.S. states and to numerous foreign countries without taking legally required steps to function and solicit as a duly constituted public charity,” wrote Ortel, in a letter posted on his website.

Although Ortel has been a commentator for conservative outlets, his findings might not be easy for authorities to ignore. After spending decades working in mergers and acquisitions at some of Wall Street’s top firms, he has been an early whistleblower on financial irregularities at companies such as General Electric and AIG.


It’s shaping up to be an interesting election. Maybe even a nail-biter for Hillary and Bill, no matter how much they try to cover it over and rework the documents.

Also interesting that to Democrats none of this matters, it’s another “nothingburger.”

But according to this report, so far, there are flagrant violations all the way to the beginning in the 1990’s. And if they had planned — if push comes to shove — on getting a presidential pardon from Obama, that looks very problematic. Ortel points out that most of the violations fall under state laws, not federal, so that would eliminate the presidential pardon possibility. Well, it is a real mess for Clintons and their allies. Nothing it ain’t.

A Christian example

A different kind of story. A homeless man on a trek to get a food truck to serve the hungry.

The Daily Signal

A crowdfunding campaign is raising money to help a homeless man pay for a food truck for the hungry, after tens of thousands learned of his plight in a viral photo taken at a Chick-fil-A restaurant.

The fundraising effort “exists to help him fulfill his dream,” Joey Mustain said on Facebook. “Let’s not just help him get on his feet; let’s help him stay on his feet.”

But this is the type of thing Christians do, help not hurt a person in need.

Bill Clinton’s charity

But of course there was money involved in Bill Clinton speaking at the Happy Hearts Fund charity fund-raiser. What other reason could there possibly be?

I suppose I’ll go back to wondering why someone doesn’t set up a sting to see how far the Bubbster will go? You can’t tell me there is not a celeb or official who would work with them as an informant.

Well, you can’t expect either Clinton to actually do a speech for nothcharity. That would be so taboo. On the other hand, not like they really care what it is or how it looks.