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Clinton Foundation a cesspool of corporate poisoners, junk food companies, and pushers of vaccines and GMOs – Jonathan Benson

If you think electing Hillary Clinton as president will somehow bring about anything other than business as usual in Washington, there’s some beachfront property in Colorado with your name on it. Nearly every top donor to the Clinton Foundation that actively lobbied Hillary’s State Department is connected to pharmaceuticals, vaccines, junk food, globalization, chemicals, oil and biotechnology, which means more business as usual should this criminal gain access to the Oval Office.

This link outlines 181 Clinton Foundation donors who lobbied Hillary’s State Department. As you’ll notice, the top contributors include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which is on record as wanting to see every child in the world jabbed with dozens of vaccines; the Walmart corporation, which is the world’s leading supplier of Chinese-made consumer crap; Coca-Cola, one of the top contributors to the diabetes epidemic; Goldman Sachs, which profited heavily from the central bank-caused housing collapse; and many other corporate players.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in fact, is the top contributor to the Clinton Foundation, having dispensed at least $26 million since it began, according to official records. This is noteworthy because the Gates clan is a heavy promoter of not only vaccines but also genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), which it claims will “cure hunger” in Africa. The Gates Foundation also has major investments in both Cargill and Monsanto, the world’s most evil corporation.

This is clearly a major conflict of interest as Hillary aims to become top dog in the land of the free-for-all, where citizens are given the best government money can buy. If she is elected as president, Hillary will have an obligation to repay her corporate donors for their services, which will mean an even more powerful fascist-ocracy that pushes drugs, vaccines and junk food on the masses.

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