A top fraud investigator has raised the alarm about Bill and Hillary Clinton’s new “Rebuild Ukraine” project.
The Clinton Foundation’s latest project to solicit donations from the public that are ostensibly for “rebuilding Ukraine” was just the latest part of a shameless effort to fleece “naive and well-meaning people,” according to fraud investigator Charles Ortel.
Last week, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), a project of the Clinton Foundation, launched a new Ukraine Action Network (UAN) that it says will “provide continued humanitarian aid to Ukrainians.”
The network is reportedly an extension of an effort that began last year by former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenskaya to bring together other nonprofits funneling money into the Eastern European country.
The CGI was revived last year after a five-year hiatus brought about by dire financial straits following Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential election loss to Donald Trump when donations dropped to near zero, Sputnik reports.
Dozens of new projects were unveiled last year, including a $1 billion effort by water.org, a charity co-founded by actor Matt Damon, with the stated goal of helping 100 million people in Africa, Asia, and Latin America get water and sanitation access.
The Clinton Foundation was