A $2 million ‘charitable’ donation went from the Clinton charitable organization to a company owned by a woman rumored to be “The Energizer”, the New York Post reports. There is no doubt the money went from the Foundation to this close, really close friend, of Bill’s.
If Hillary wins, it’s going to be eight years of this hell. It’s exactly what went on when he was president.
The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea money laundering ‘charitable’ foundation, The Clinton Initiative, arranges donations to help solve the world’s problems . . .
Donations can solve the world’s problems?
One $2 million donation went to a private company, though it is not a charity, and the company happens to be partly owned by this really good friend of Bill Clinton’s who is believed to be a longtime paramour.
Energy Pioneer Solutions was founded in 2009 by Scott Kleeb, a Democrat who twice ran for Congress from Nebraska. An internal document from that year showed it as owned 29% by Mr. Kleeb; 29% by Jane Eckert, the owner of an art gallery in Pine Plains, N.Y.; and 29% by Julie Tauber McMahon of Chappaqua, N.Y., a close friend of Mr. Clinton, who also lives in Chappaqua.
The company, a clean energy company, is doing what so many do – failing.
Energy Pioneer Solutions has struggled to operate profitably. It lost more than $300,000 in 2010 and another $300,000 in the first half of 2011, said records submitted for an Energy Department audit. Mr. Kleeb noted that losses are common at startups.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday that Clinton even lobbied for federal funds and steered taxpayer-funded dollars – $812,000 – to the company.
It is said that Hillary and Bill only spend a couple nights together in Chappaqua and that is far less than the divorced Ms. McMahon spends at Bill’s and Hillary’s home.
McMahon is the daughter of Joel Tauber, a millionaire donor to the Democratic Party.
They were said to have instantly hit it off wen they met in 2001, The Daily Mail reported.
Miss McMahon had by then divorced her husband, John McMahon, a director of Goldman Sachs, from whom she had been separated for three years. It was alleged she and a ‘lonely’ Clinton would sneak to each other’s houses, sometimes at night.
They would even meet abroad, it was said, with Miss McMahon conveniently turning up in London or Paris at the same time as Clinton. Miss McMahon, 54, publicly denied they were having an affair in 2008, but her name resurfaced two years later in Game Change, an account of the 2008 presidential election.
The book named her among a long list of women, including a ‘dishy’ Canadian MP and the Hollywood actress Gina Gershon, whose rumoured friendships with Clinton were alarming Democrat grandees.
According to the authors of Game Change, an account of the 2008 presidential election, investigations by Mrs Clinton’s aides discovered that the rumours about one particular woman were true and “that Bill was indeed having an affair — and not a frivolous one-night stand, but a sustained, romantic relationship”.
It was claimed Miss McMahon had ended their affair in 2008, after Clinton refused to leave his wife for her. But this week, another new book, Clinton Inc, related how Clinton had wanted to bring “his latest mistress — a woman named Julie” — on the 2008 presidential campaign trail for his wife.
Aides reportedly persuaded him it was a bad idea. The couple’s relationship, Clinton aides told the book’s author, journalist Daniel Halper, “had been going on for a number of years by 2008 and, according to sources, was still referred to by an aide in the present tense as late as 2013”.
Could this be the same ‘Julie’? Miss McMahon did not respond to approaches and the Clinton camp has not responded to the Energizer story.
McMahon, 54, is rumored to be a woman dubbed “Energizer” by the Secret Service at the Clinton home because of her frequent visits, according to Radar Online.
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