Documents were recently released, due to a Freedom of Information Act request, detailing potential conflicts of interest for then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The documents call into question acts of her husband, former President Bill Clinton, and refer to whether or not the family violated ethics agreements proposed during Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State.

The documents were requested by the news organization, Judicial Watch, and were heavily redacted.

The information not redacted also contained notices of possible employment for Bill Clinton.

The employment opportunities were for private sector jobs that had major investments in Haiti and other foreign countries that were potential donors to the Clinton Family organizations: Tetra Pak, Seaboard, and Cemex.

Judicial Watch reports:

The documents included an undated, unsigned memo entitled “Private Sector Opportunities for WJC” [William Jefferson Clinton]. The memo provided capabilities analysis of three companies with major investment interests in Haiti: Tetra Pak, Seaboard, and Cemex.

The documents also listed a potential list of invites to a Clinton Global Initiative dinner, many of whom were foreign government donors to the Clinton Family businesses, and could have had significant financial and political influences over the family.

Judicial Watch reports:

The documents also include a lengthy March 2009 email from Clinton Foundation Director of Foreign Policy Amitabh Desai to former Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Shapiro and subsequently forwarded to top Clinton aide Jake Sullivan containing the names of nearly 200 then-current and former heads of state to be invited to the 2009 Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting.

The fact that Secretary Clinton – or any of her family businesses – accepted funds from foreign countries is alarming at best.

Donations from countries like Saudi Arabia should not be accepted; particularly from a government official whose State Department has conflicts with said foreign governments.

Judicial Watch reports:

The list includes dignitaries from Saudi Arabia, which gave $14.5 million to the Clinton Foundation; Kuwait, which gave between $5 and $10 million; Oman, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar – all of which donated between $1 and $5 million over the years.  In February 2015, the Washington Post reported, “A third of foundation donors who have given more than $1 million are foreign governments or other entities … and foreign donors make up more than half of those who have given more than $5 million.”

Furthermore, Bill Clinton earned millions of dollars proposing speeches globally and violating ethics agreements between the Clinton family and State Department during Hillary’s reign as Secretary of State.

The criminal implications regarding the violation of ethics agreements have become a huge concern to many after the results of the election in November.

Many call for President-elect Donald Trump to launch an intensive investigation into the corrupt Clinton family’s organizations.

Judicial Watch reports:

“It is a scandal that the Obama administration stalled the release of these smoking gun documents for over five years,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.  “These documents show that Hillary and Bill Clinton’s machine sought to shake down almost every country in the world, from Saudi Arabia to desperately poor Haiti.  President-elect Trump can’t move fast enough to launch a serious criminal investigation of the Clinton cash machine.”

The actions of the Clinton family do not seem hindered by any moral standards.

The Clinton “crime family” knows no humility, as they accept large amounts of money from foreign countries.

Their organizations should be investigated thoroughly, and their corruption revealed.

What are your thoughts? Do you feel that accepting foreign funds is a violation of ethics?

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