Welcome to the Third Part of the Clinton Foundation Connection.

We are just getting started into our investigation on the Clinton Foundation, who funds it, where the cash goes, what Companies and organizations are involved or connected and what individuals are connected to the Clinton Campaign as well as the Foundation.

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IN the Third Part, we will continue to go over the web we have been examining about who is involved with one of the Clinton Foundation’s Major donors, The Democracy Alliance, which funnels money to amalgamated Bank and into the Clinton Foundation, who has received funding, and what their purposes are. I hope to finish this web up in this part.

We will also be going over some Major CF donors and their backgrounds and who they are connected to.

Let’s begin…

Let’ start with the organization, Americans For Financial Reform.


According to their website,

Americans for Financial Reform is a nonpartisan and nonprofit coalition of more than 200 civil rights, consumer, labor, business, investor, faith-based, and civic and community groups. Formed in the wake of the 2008 crisis, we are working to lay the foundation for a strong, stable, and ethical financial system – one that serves the economy and the nation as a whole. AFR has been called “the leading voice for Wall Street accountability” in Washington (by Zach Carter of the Huffington Post).

Through policy analysis, education, and outreach to our members and others, AFR builds public will for substantial reform, including:

  • Fair rules of the road for consumers and a strong, effective Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to set basic safety standards and protect families—and the market as a whole—from loans designed to trick and trap
  • A banking system that helps people buy and stay in their homes and invests in communities and businesses to create good jobs and strong neighborhoods
  • An end to the casino economy that allows Wall Street to make “heads we win, tails they lose” bets with our money
  • An end to megabank bailouts and financial institutions that are “too big to fail”
  • Executive compensation that rewards long-term value creation, not excessive risk-taking, with meaningful shareholder review
  • A transparent and accountable Federal Reserve, independent of banking industry control
  • Transparency for all financial products and markets
  • Meaningful limits on the political influence of the financial sector, so that the job of rewriting the rules is not left to the inside players who caused the problems we now face.

If this list seems leaning progressive, it’s because the Secret Corporation, Democracy Alliance, with member George Soros, Funds this organization.

This Corporation is also funded by Several organizations such as:


Some notable corporations Include:

  • Moveon.org: Launched in 1998, MoveOn pioneered online organizing and advocacy techniques that have become standard in politics, nonprofits, and industry in the U.S. and worldwide. We combine rapid-response political campaigning with deep strategic analysis, rigorous data science and testing, and a culture of grassroots member listening and participation that allows us to consistently and quickly identify opportunities for progressive change–and mobilize millions of members to seize them. MoveOn members step up as leaders by using the MoveOn Petitions DIY organizing platform to create their own petitions and campaigns to drive social change.

Here are some major contributors to the group:


Note that there are several Payroll systems on this contributor list. Such as, Payroll Systems, Braintree Funding, Paychex Inc, and a few others. Including a Taxsolution company called Tate & Tryon.

Who is paying these people to run their group? We’ll get to that in a bit.

  • Common Cause: Common Cause is a nonpartisan grassroots organization dedicated to upholding the core values of American democracy. We work to create open, honest, and accountable government that serves the public interest; promote equal rights, opportunity, and representation for all; and empower all people to make their voices heard in the political process.

According to the Washington post, Soros has also funded this organization directly, but it is not known how much has been given.

s: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/09/AR2011020906679.html

It has also been shown in 2013 that Common Cause received $6 Million in revenue, but it is not known who and how much contributed.


s: https://pp-990.s3.amazonaws.com/2014_11_EO/52-6078441_990O_201406.pdf?X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Credential=AKIAI7C6X5GT42DHYZIA%2F20160714%2Fus-east-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20160714T140140Z&X-Amz-Expires=1800&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&X-Amz-Signature=e3c7bf9d06c78be49a82ad500402f975065c4ce11a917b01900557443ba1c42a

  • Greenlining Institute: The Greenlining Institute envisions a nation where communities of color thrive and race is never a barrier to economic opportunity. We work on a variety of issues because we recognize that economic opportunity doesn’t operate in a vacuum. We don’t see these issues as being in separate silos, but as interconnected threads in a web of opportunity.

This organization did receive funding from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund:


The Greenlining Institute has also Received $6 Million in revenue in 2013.


There are many other companies that have ties to major Soros recipients and other major corporations, Have pro-progressive agendas or have received Millions of dollars in undisclosed donors.

What I have listed above is just a few of these organizations that have been funded by the left, and there are several more such as:

  • CWA
  • NextStep
  • Woodstock Institute

And others included in the chart.

Let’s move on to another section of the chart.


The Roosevelt Institute is, according to its website:

Inspired by the legacy of Franklin and Eleanor, the Roosevelt Institute reimagines America as it should be: a place where hard work is rewarded, everyone participates, and everyone enjoys a fair share of our collective prosperity. We believe that when the rules work against this vision, it’s our responsibility to recreate them.

We bring together thousands of thinkers and doers—from a new generation of leaders in every state to Nobel laureate economists—working to redefine the rules that guide our social and economic realities. We rethink and reshape everything from local policy to federal legislation, orienting toward a new economic and political system: one built by many for the good of all.

Not only funded by Democracy Alliance, but also funded by Pete Peterson, who wishes to cut S.S. and Medicare, has been controlled to make it more progressive friendly and indoctrinate any person with liberal ideology.

Not much is known about the funding for this institute, mainly because it is kept secret, but some of the money has been allocated to:

  • 10 Ideas: The 10 Ideas series is Roosevelt’s premier student publication, featuring the top policy proposals generated by Roosevelt students nationwide. Each year Roosevelt publishes 10 Ideas journals across six policy areas. The 10 Ideas series is competitive, and includes a rigorous review process. The ideas address challenges that Roosevelters see in their local communities, yet are connected to our national debates. 
  • Women and Families: The Roosevelt Institute’s work on women and families, including Ellen Chesler’s Women and Girls Rising project and Andrea Flynn’s research and writing on women’s health, starts from the conviction that women’s issues are everyone’s issues. The reverse is also true: Universal challenges like rising economic inequality have a disproportionate impact on women who are already disadvantaged, and these problems cannot be solved without addressing their particular needs and concerns. In order to build a stronger economy and a more just society, we must secure full equality for women.
  • Rewrite the Rules: Rewrite the Rules sets out a bold and comprehensive policy agenda to level the playing field for working Americans and small businesses in ways that would generate greater economic growth and rising incomes.

The funding from the Democracy Alliance has allowed for the Roosevelt Institute to become a breeding ground for Millennial Liberal indoctrination and to push out leftist propaganda.

Let’s move on to another section:


The Women’s equality center, one of the main recipients of the Democracy Alliance, Is stated on their website:

The Women’s Equality Center (WEC) is a campaign hub that partners with local, state and national organizations on issue advocacy and civic engagement campaigns that promote freedom, fairness and opportunity for women.

Since the root causes of women’s inequality are fundamentally tied to women’s role as child-bearers and care-takers in families, WEC believes that reproductive justice, including the right to have or not have children, and decisions about birthing and parenting are integral to achieving social and economic justice for women in today’s society.

WEC promotes an agenda for women’s equality that integrates guaranteed access to reproductive health care, including birth control, abortion, pre-natal and maternity care, with economic security policies that end gender discrimination, ensure equal pay for equal work and guarantee fair treatment in the workplace. By working together across issues and organizations, WEC’s goal is to achieve large-scale power to take on opponents of women’s equality and demand national policy change that will transform women’s lives.

Again funded by Soros through the Democracy Alliance, Some of the groups funded by Women’s equality center are:

  • 9to5
  • Become part of our movement if you:
    • believe in equal pay for equal work.
    • believe that workers deserve paid sick days and time to take care of their families.
    • believe that women deserve good jobs with decent wages free from discrimination and harassment.
    • are feisty, empowered (or want to be), fed up or all three.
  • Many State Women’s right’s groups in NC, Colorado, Virginia and other states.

Also, the State Initiative Exchange, also funded by Soros, Is stated as:

The State Innovation Exchange (SiX) is a resource and strategy center that supports state legislators to advance progressive policies across the country. We have a long-term vision of building progressive power and infrastructure at the state level.

SiX is the result of an unprecedented merger of four organizations who combined forces to ensure that state legislators are empowered with top-notch research, training, policy expertise, communications support, political strategy and a space to network and share ideas.

Together, we are working to advance and defend policies that support working families, protect the environment, promote civil rights and strengthen our democracy.

SiX has funded fights for:

  • Voter Registration
  • Criminal Justice Reform
  • Earned Leave
  • Equal Pay

And other issues that the Democrats wish to focus on.

Now, Let’s get into more juicy stuff about the Clinton Foundation.

Let’s talk about the donors that have given to the Foundation. We’re not going to go all over the donors, but some big donors with big backgrounds.

Let’s look at this chart:


I’ve talked about some of these people and organizations before, but it is important to go over them again to show their importance.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is a private foundation “dedicated” to donating to 3rd world countries and solving world issues and crises.

More recent 990 Filings, from 2014, shows the following:


$28 Billion in investments in stocks, $9 Billion in bonds and $3 Billion in obligations.

Only $2 Million goes to expenses, whether grants or not.

Here is some of the cash flow:


A post I made about the Bill and Melinda gates foundation in May can be found here:



S: http://www.gatesfoundation.org/Who-We-Are/General-Information/Financials

Go down to 2014 and click the 990 Financial report and other doucments for more information on the cash flow.

Let’s talk about Fred Eychaner.

Who is Fred Eychaner?

Fred Eychaner is the founder of the Alphawood Foundation, which describes itself as “a Chicago, Ill.-based grant-making private foundation working for an equitable, just, and humane society.” In addition to founding Alphawood Foundation, Eychaner is the owner of Newsweb Corporation, a Midwest media conglomerate. In June 2002, Newsweb sold a Chicago television station (WPWR Channel 50) to Newscorp CEO Rupert Murdoch for $425 million dollars.

S: https://ballotpedia.org/Fred_Eychaner

American Crossroads reported that Politico had found the 990s of the Alphawood Foundation, which is a Chicago-based, grant-making private foundation working for an equitable, just, and humane society. According to it’s website.

It was found that between 2003 and 2007, Fred Eychaner and his corporations donated $7.25 Million to the clinton foundation.

s: https://www.americancrossroads.org/2015/05/ed-henry-reports-on-undisclosed-clinton-foundation-donor-fred-eychaner/

It has been found that Eychaner had also given to Clinton’s senate and presidential campaigns.


Here are some grants that the foundation has given:

Affinity Community Services

Center on Halsted

Community Activism Law Alliance

Community Media Workshop

Cornell University College of Arts and Life Science

Crossroads Fund

Garfield Park Conservatory Alliance

Gerber Hart Library and Archives

Global Heritage Fund

Indiana Dunes Environmental Learning Center


Lake Area United Way

National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association

Neighborhood Housing Services

And others

Basically, this company not only hid Donations to the Clinton Foundation, They have given grants to Progressive organizations that Promote the leftist agenda.

This wraps up the third part of our investigation, but we are still only a bit away from the starting line. There is a lot more to talk about, and we will get to the bottom of the CLinton foundation.

Stay Tuned…