The read of the day today is a long article by Ken Silverstein at Byline.com explaining the hole the Clinton Foundation is in over amending its IRS filings. You see, the slush fund has a lot of ‘splainin to do, and:
Last April, Clinton Foundation acting CEO Maura Pally acknowledged “mistakes” in its tax filings and promised they would be corrected by November 16.
There are potential felonies involved:
[I]t will be difficult if not impossible for the foundation to amend its financial returns without acknowledging accounting fraud and admitting that it generated substantial private gain for directors, insiders and Clinton cronies, all of which is against the law under an IRS rule called inurement.
While inurement may sound obscure to the layman, it’s an ancient legal principle and the IRS is very clear that it is verboten. If you are familiar with it, it becomes immediately clear that Bill Clinton – and arguably Hillary and daughter Chelsea as family members and fellow Clinton Foundation trustees – could have big problems come November 16. So, too, could Clinton cronies like Ira Magaziner (see below) and Doug Band, a Clinton administration and former Foundation insider who subsequently became a founding partner of a bipartisan business swamp called Teneo Holdings.
As noted earlier, the United Nations, being run by Muslims and moonbats, has declared that bacon, ham, sausage, et cetera are as bad for your health as cigarettes. By a remarkable coincidence, most of these newly dangerous foods are pork products, forbidden under Islam. The Islamophile liberal establishment media has predictably gone to town with the story. In just 1 day, Progressives Today collected nine MSM videos hyping the hysterical report.
Living under liberalism will soon mean living without bacon. Maybe we will finally start to see serious resistance.