Clinton Foundation ”Faked Out’ Employees

Even the employees at the Clinton Foundation are not immune from being misled and/or lied to by the Foundation. They hold meetings and set up charts and graphs and talking points to protect the false image from the reality. Interestingly enough, the surveys with the employees reveal that they are not fooled as to the effectiveness of the Foundation. Would you believe a 10% rating was normal? Read it here.

As Written By Ezra Dulis for Breitbart: 

The Clinton Foundation gave incomplete and misleading information to its own employees about their feedback given during a corporate review, according to a memo seen in the latest Wikileaks release of John Podesta’s purported emails.

Jennifer Reynoso, a New York lawyer who conducted the review in 2011, disseminated talking points for a Clinton Foundation staff meeting to John Podesta, Cheryl Mills, Chelsea Clinton, and Bruce Lindsey in January 2012.  The memo covered up embarrassing data about the staffers’ ranking of the organization’s efficiency and downplayed their concerns as “constructive criticisms.”

The memo states: “Interviewees were asked, among other things, to rate the effectiveness and efficiency of the Foundation’s operations.” However, the results on “efficiency” do not appear in the talking points.

The reason for the omission is pretty obvious. The actual review states that staffers rated the Foundation’s “efficiency” as 1 out of 10 at worst and 4 out of 10 at best.

When we asked interviewees to rate the effectiveness and efficiency of the Foundation’s operations on a scale of 1 to 10, many elected to give different ratings for effectiveness and efficiency. They rated the effectiveness in the …


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Wikileaks: Clinton Foundation Misled Employees About Results of Internal Audit – Breitbart

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