Yeah. I spent over a year and hundreds of hours doing this for free. They were and remain so confident there will be no consequences of any type that all the evidence needed of their poor performance is easily determined from their ever-changing website, press releases over the years, tax filings and audit reports.
Or, like, a phone call to the job center in Cartagena, Colombia, which is one of 40 branches of Colombia’s longest-standing for-profit commercial temporary job training agencies. And Jobs Canada is by the way paying for that through some psycho connection with Frank Giustra.
Your reader is welcome to pay me $1500 any day.
The Clinton Foundation Stories
I began researching the Clinton Foundation in May, 2016. The first of a series of articles, most written prior to…
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