- September 21, 2016 -
VOTER'S GUIDE TO CLINTON GRAFT HAITI
"Sadly, when an earthquake rocked the nation of Haiti in 2010, corruption moved in faster than the help so desperately needed. Today, the people of Haiti are still suffering despite the billions of dollars that have flowed into the Clinton Foundation. The Clintons exploited this terrible disaster to steal billions of dollars from the sick and starving people of Haiti. The world trusted the Clintons to help the Haitian people during their most desperate time of need and they were deceived. The Clintons and their friends are richer today while millions still live in tents. The world deserves to know where the money went and why help was never sent." – Bernard Sansaricq, Former President of the Senate, Republic of Haiti.
Digicel received the first cellular award of $2.5 million so Haitians could receive money over a mobile phone network. The Digicel Group is owned by Irish billionaire Denis O’Brien, who has given $10 million to the Clinton Foundation.
Coincidentally the United States government paid Digicel $45 million to open a hotel in Port-au-Prince. The Digicel Group teamed up with Marriott International in 2011 in Port-au-Prince to build a luxury hotel.
For $55 million USAID was supposed to build 4,000 houses outside Haiti’s capital by 2012 but only 816 have been constructed even though funding increased to a startling $90 million.
Caracol built a textile factory in northern Haiti, an area untouched by the earthquake. The factory was built to help Target, Walmart and the Gap, as the companies were able to use the Haitians for cheap labor which allowed them to cut down on costs.
The Clintons declared Caracol would create 60,000 jobs. It created less than 5,000 jobs, had no impact on the Haitian economy, and did nothing to help rebuild southern Haiti - the actual part of the country that was destroyed by the earthquake.