This week’s “Follow the Money” article in RedState takes a look at the corporate donations that the Clinton Foundation has raised and the companies that received assistance from Mrs. Clinton’s State Department:
The reach of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation crosses oceans and international lines. The financial relationships, given the nature of Mrs. Clinton’s time as Secretary of State and Presidential ambitions, certainly raise questions about the ethical lines that could be crossed by corporations desiring access to such a powerful political figure.
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal analyzed the corporate contributions to the Clinton Foundation and found at least sixty companies that had donated more than $26 million to the Foundation had also lobbied the State Department during Mrs. Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State. The Journal also reported that some of these companies landed lucrative foreign contracts as a result of Clinton’s advocacy on their behalf.
Read the article in it’s entirety here.