Via Ace of Spades and the Washington Examiner
Longtime Wall Street analyst and investor Charles Ortel is excited about Nov. 16. That is the day when the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation must file its IRS Form 990 for tax year 2014.
In anticipation Ortel's website, packed with numerous lengthy reports detailing what he believes is extensive Clinton Foundation fraud, includes a countdown clock heralding November 16 as the Final Charity Fraud Confession Deadline.
Last week Ortel's clock received a surge after news that a Clinton Foundation spin-off, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, had agreed to refile two years of self-admitted error-ridden tax returns after first announcing otherwise on October 30.
First, the Foundation's 2014 Form 990 is expected to be highly scrutinized because Hillary Clinton, a Clinton Foundation director at that time, was not shy about her plans to run for president in 2016. Surely, there will be millions of robust revenue and an impressive donor list comprised of compassionate corporations, foreign governments, other foundations, and individuals who somehow overlook that only six percent of the Clinton Foundation's expenditures actually reach their intended recipients.