A meeting between an investigator and a high-ranking Clinton official may have just turned the tide against Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Andrew Kessel, the CFO of the Clinton Foundation, stunned an MDA Analytics investigator, reportedly stating, “I know where all the bodies are buried in this place.” The “bodies” to which Kessel was referring are apparently the evidence of unscrupulous accounting and spending by the Clinton Foundation.
Kessel’s statement was recorded in a memo from an interview in November 2016, a memo which is part of hundreds of pages of evidence collected by MDA Analytics LLC, reports the Hill’s John Solomon.
Taking Down the Clintons
MDA says it was created for one purpose and one purpose only… to investigate the wrongdoings of charities like the Clinton Foundation.
The idea is that if wrongdoing was found, MDA would be rewarded with a portion of any tax dollars recovered by the government against the Clinton Foundation.
Without knowing the foundation was under investigation, Kessel had sat down with someone he believed was trying to work with the foundation.
Kessel allegedly made some incriminating statements about the foundation, specifically the out of control spending habits of Bill Clinton.
According to the report, Bill regularly spent Clinton Foundation funds as though they were his own, combining personal and professional expenses.
According to an MDA memo, Solomon reports, Kessel allegedly said, “There is no controlling Bill Clinton. He does whatever he wants and runs up incredible expenses with foundation funds.”
The Clinton Foundation is already trying to cover its tracks.
It is claiming Kessel was misled and that he never actually made the statements MDA is claiming he made.
A foundation spokesperson stated, “Mr. Kessel believed he was meeting an old professional acquaintance who was looking for business from the foundation.”
The denial is holding little water right now, though, as there are other facts to back up the alleged statements made to MDA.
In 2008, the Clinton Foundation actually conducted an internal investigation which also happened to uncover the same practices described by Kessel to the MDA investigator.
The attorney hired to conduct the investigation, Kumiki Gibson, expressed concerns over the same commingling of personal and foundation expenses by the Clintons.
This report does not bode well at all for Bill and Hillary.
Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, Bill Barr, seems like someone who might be willing to investigate the Clintons.
And a House committee is preparing for a hearing next week to look into the Clinton Foundation’s shady financial practices and allegations of quid-pro-quo against Hillary Clinton.
Could this finally be the beginning of the end for the most corrupt couple in our country’s history?