Clinton Foundation caught trying to bribe the Senate president of Haiti

The criminal enterprise better known as a “family charity” begun by Bill and Hillary Clinton just got outed again, but given the sea of corruption tied to the Clinton Foundation (and the mainstream media’s lack of interest in reporting Clinton crimes) it’s a good bet most Americans didn’t notice.

As picked up by Zero Hedge, the former Haitian Senate president, Bernard Sansaricq, speaking at a campaign event for Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump, recounted how, back in the 1990s when Bill Clinton was president, the leader of the free world attempted to bribe him.

The year Sansaricq became president of the Haitian Senate, 1994, was the year Clinton attempted to oust an oppressive military regime that was currently ruling the country through an invasion threat. The former Haitian leader told Trump that in an effort to “appease” him at the time, Clinton sent then-U.S. Rep. Bill Richardson, D-New Mexico, to speak to him.

Sansaricq said he spoke to Richardson for some four hours, in his attempt to persuade Clinton, through Richardson, not to invade. He said it would be better to do what President Reagan did in the 1980s to rid a country of an oppressive leader, just “send one plane,” not an army. Sansaricq asked Richardson to “take the message back to President Clinton.”

The following week, the U.S. Embassy in Haiti sent an anonymous messenger back to SanSaricq who allegedly told the Haitian leader if he “sided” with Clinton on the invasion, he would become “the richest man in Haiti.”

As noted further by The Daily Caller, Sansaricq said he declined the offer because he “loves [his] country.” He then said a week later, by executive order, Clinton revoked his visa. Sansaricq said at the time he was a U.S. resident but since then he has become an American citizen.

But that wasn’t all he had to say.

He said he has “all the records” on the Clinton Foundation in its dealings and operations in Haiti following a massive earthquake in 2010 that left 200,000 dead and leveled 100,000 homes [details of which can also be found in this White Paper by NewsTarget editors].

Sansaricq said that the foundation withheld billions of dollars in donations from the stricken country after the earthquake and called upon the family charity to “disclose the audit of all the money.”

Similar claims were made by conservative activist and author Dinesh D’Souza, in a new book released over the summer titled, “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party.”

“The Haitians were initially sympathetic to the Clintons. One may say they believed in the message of ‘hope and change,’” D’Souza wrote. “Over time, however, the Haitians wised up. Whatever their initial expectations, many saw that much of the aid money seems never to have reached its destination; rather, it disappeared along the way.”

Bill Clinton was designated UN representative and charged with overseeing aid to Haiti. At the time, Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, and she was in charge of the flow of aid to Haiti. Together, they were the two most power people regarding Haiti’s recovery and future.

In the end, Haitians came to realize that much of the “aid” money was not being spent on necessary infrastructure rebuilding, per se, but was going to companies that spent lavishly filling the coffers of the Clinton Foundation.

Again, read more about this and other Clinton “pay for play” schemes here.


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