The Clinton family has used the Clinton Foundation as their personal piggy bank for many years.

Corruption has been the name of the game in raising 2 billion dollars since the Foundation’s inception.

And one of the newest donors to the Foundation is sure to make your skin crawl. The liberal Canadian government, led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, just announced a plan to hand over $20 million to the Clinton Foundation.

This is the same Clinton Foundation that has time and time again found itself involved in controversy.

Most notable of these scandals was the infamous ‘pay to play scandal,” alleging that Hillary Clinton was promising access to foreign governments in return for donations to her foundation.

Of course, the access was promised under the belief that she would be President of the United States.

The money donated was then used to pad the pockets of the Clinton family, with Bill Clinton reportedly receiving $26 million in speaking fees, and the rest of the Clinton family using it to pay for lavish trips around the world.

According to the Canadian Government website, the money will be used for:

“The proposed project will improve access to SRH choices for young women and adolescent girls through an innovative approach that engages both the public and private sector in expanding spaces where services and products are both accessible and meet their family planning needs.”

Despite the “noble” intentions of their government, many Canadians aren’t buying it, and want them to go back on their proposal.

An opinion piece in the Toronto Sun stated:

“We have real concerns with plans announced Tuesday by the Liberal government to hand $20 million over to the Clinton Foundation to “support projects that will provide critical sexual and reproduction health (SRH) services” around the world.

The initiative was created under the umbrella of the Clinton Foundation, formed by former U.S. President Bill Clinton, and prominently supported by both Hillary and daughter Chelsea Clinton.

The Clinton’s have earned millions from their association with the foundation, not from direct compensation, but through book and speaking tour fees.

Bill Clinton, for example, reportedly received $26 million in speaking fees from organizations that donated to the foundation.

Meanwhile, the lavish foundation-related travel needs of the Clintons – including first-class tickets and charter planes – are covered by its donors.

More problematically, the foundation was at the heart of the cash-for-access scandal that dogged Hillary during her failed bid for the U.S. presidency.

While Hillary was Secretary of State, the Clinton foundation received millions from rich and powerful donors, including foreign governments – many of whom were seeking favorable decisions from the U.S. State Department.

Without doubt there were inflammatory allegations during the campaign about improper ethical behaviour, but just as clearly there were legitimate questions about relationships between the donors, the Clintons and their foundation.”

Even the people of Canada understand the corruption of the Clinton family.

What do you think? Is this another one of the Clinton family’s many dirty deals?

Or is this money going to a noble cause?

Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.