There’s new evidence of major foreign influence in the U.S. election… but it’s NOT the one that’s getting all the attention in the mainstream media right now!
It’s has nothing to do with Russia, and it’s completely unrelated to President-elect Donald Trump.
In a staggering revelation that the corporate media ignored, the GERMAN government sent nearly $5 million to the Clinton Foundation, the family’s multi-billion dollar money machine that operates under the guise of a charity.
It wasn’t sent long ago, before Hillary became secretary state or even before she announced her candidacy for president.
It was sent in the third quarter of 2016… or right in the heat of the presidential battle, and at a time when Clinton was ahead in the polls.
What were the Germans up to? Were they looking ahead and trying to curry favor with the person they believed would win the White House?
Federal law prohibits foreigners and foreign governments from contributing to a presidential campaign.
But the Clintons seemed to have found a loophole in the form of their charity – because a 2014 Washington Post investigation found many contributors were foreigners and foreign governments.
“The organization has given contributors entree, outside the traditional political arena, to a possible president,” The Post wrote.
Germans were up in arms when they found out about the payments.
“Apparently the German taxpayers, without knowing it, contributed to the Hillary Clinton election campaign fund,” German politician, author and civil rights activist Vera Lengsfeld wrote, according to Welt.
But despite the highly suspicious appearance, the German government insists all that cash funneled to the family’s charity in the height of a heated election had NOTHING to do with buying influence from the (wrongly) presumed future First Family.
“The decision wasn’t made during the US election,” a spokesperson for the nation’s Federal Ministry for the Environment, which sent the cash, told TheLocal. “We’re talking here about projects with a duration of 2014 to 2018. They were approved well before the election, several years before it in fact.”
Instead, they claim, this cash is meant for forestry and re-naturalization projects in East Africa, and the Clinton Foundation is running the show on the specific projects they’re supporting.
Apparently, no one in Germany is available to plant trees in Africa!
But Clinton pet projects are rarely as altruistic as they seem. Sure, the causes hit all the PC left-wing talking points like “climate change” or “women’s rights” or in this case planting trees in some remote corner of Africa.
Look deeper, and you’ll usually find Clinton friends, loyalists, family members and assorted hangers-on with their hands in the pot.
Perhaps the German government was looking to join that crowd – and it almost worked, too.
On the campaign trail, Clinton was asked to name her favorite world leader.
She didn’t hesitate.
“One of my favorites is Angela Merkel because I think she’s been an extraordinary, strong leader during difficult times in Europe, which has obvious implications for the rest of the world and, most particularly, our country,” she said.
That statement was made at the end of September… or right after that nearly $5 million payment cleared.
— The Horn editorial team