A federal tax judge has refused to shut down an investigation into the operations of the Clinton Foundation, ruling that the IRS, when it asked for summary judgment, “abused its discretion.”
Just the News reported U.S. Tax Court Judge David Gustafson denied the IRS request and instead will allow the whistleblower complaint to proceed.
The judge said the concerns from former Drug Enforcement Agency official John Moynihan and tax expert Larry Doyle provided “specific credible documentation” supporting their allegations of possible tax-exempt legal violations by the Arkansas-based Clinton charity. . .
The Clinton Foundation was flush with cash from huge donations, many from overseas, while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state. Its income has plunged in the years since she left office. In fact, investigative author Peter Schweizer said in a television interview with “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that donations to the foundation have “dried up.”
“The Clinton Foundation has had a hard time raising money because they don’t have the influence to sell,” he said. “They don’t have power access to sell and that, I think, is the primary evidence for what the Clinton enterprise was all about.” (Read more from “Judge Refuses to Shut Down Clinton Foundation Probe” HERE)