Charities ….. with a moniker like that, you’d think such organizations are all about running around and doing crap like feeding the hungry, clothing the poor, and helping the sick.
The fact is, most “charities” are not interested in doing any of that. They’re interested in advancing their own personal agendas and ideologies.
So, it isn’t shocking that this happened. …..
A little-known private foundation controlled by Bill and Hillary Clinton donated $100,000 to the New York Times’ charitable fund in 2008, the same year the newspaper’s editorial page endorsed Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary, according to tax documents reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon.
The Clinton Family Foundation, a separate entity from the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, has been the family’s vehicle for personal charitable giving since 2001.
It is funded directly by the Clintons and distributes more than $1 million a year to civic and educational causes.
The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund is a charity affiliated with the newspaper that assists underprivileged New Yorkers. It is run by members of the New York Times Company’s board of directors and senior executives.
The Times’ editorial board endorsed Clinton against Democratic challengers John Edwards and Barack Obama on January 25, 2008, writing that she was “more qualified, right now, to be president.” ….
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Apparently, for leftards, this is how charity works. How much of the $100,000 actually went to the “underprivileged New Yorkers”? We already know what $100,000 from a Clinton charity bought … it had a damned thing to do with actual “charity”.