The Bush-Clinton Hurricane Katrina Fund has Missing Money


The Hurricane Katrina charity set up with Bush and Clinton should not be being looked at for missing money. Who steals money from a fund set up to help victims of a hurricane? The Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund that was set up and operated under the auspices of the  Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation (aka the Clinton Foundation), tells a different story.

The required federal filings have not been made and it appears that the victims of the hurricane are also victims of the foundation. That leads to a couple of axioms to be observed. Never get into a land war with China, and never get involved in a Clinton charity or foundation.

As Written and Reported By Charles Ortel for Lifezette:

Comparing public filings, news releases and donor claims reveals multiple questions about what happened to huge chunks of money intended to help hurricane victims.

Fresh off their success helping international victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, former presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, bitter rivals from 1992, reunited Sept. 5, 2005, in Houston, Texas, to solicit funds and then give grants to organizations aiding Americans pummeled by Hurricane Katrina.

On the surface level, it was appealing to see two erstwhile political foes look past their stark differences of ideology and opinion to work together on behalf of millions of embattled residents of New Orleans and others across the Gulf Coast, from Texas to Florida.

So donations poured in at the request of the former presidents to the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund (BCKF), the charity they said repeatedly they had formally established solely for this purpose.

Behind this heartwarming narrative, however, an ongoing review of public filings, many of which are omitted from the website of the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation (aka the Clinton Foundation), tells a different story….


Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund Given Millions of Dollars That Have Gone Missing

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