The Clinton Foundation distributed bogus, “watered down” AIDS/HIV medicine to patients in sub-Saharan Africa while skimming profits off the top, according to a new congressional report.
In 2013, Hillary’s husband Bill Clinton praised Ranbaxy, the longtime drug distributor for the Clinton Foundation, for “saving the lives” of millions of poor blacks suffering from AIDS.
Just one month later, Ranbaxy pleaded guilty to seven criminal counts of distributing adulterated, watered down drugs with intent to defraud, and was fined $500 million by the Department of Justice.
It was the largest financial penalty ever paid by a generic pharmaceutical company.
To this day, neither Hillary nor the Clinton Foundation have ever disavowed or stated whether it has cut ties with Ranbaxy, with whom it had a 10-year business relationship (from 2003 to 2013).
Hillary has been barraged with reports that she and Bill used the Clinton Foundation to enrich themselves to the tune of $150 million, according to the bestseller, Clinton Cash.
So it may come as no surprise that Ranbaxy co-owners Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh were major donors to the Clinton Foundation, which is probably how they secured their lucrative 10-year agreement to distribute the ineffective, watered down drugs.
During a 2013 conference call with 12 Ranbaxy executives, several executives expressed indifference that their bogus AIDS drugs were killing poor Africans, Fortune magazine reported.
“Who cares? It’s just blacks dying,” said one top executive.
While Hillary is the self-proclaimed champion for African-American and minorities voters, her support among black voters has plunged to a shocking 70% according to a recent Los Angeles Times/USC tracking poll.
Clinton needs 93% of the black vote to win the election, which is why she and pro-Hillary media have spent almost all their time trying to paint Donald Trump as a racist.
Meanwhile, a growing number of black voters are dumping Hillary, saying the Democratic Party has taken African-American and minority voters for granted for the past 50 years.
Clarence Henderson, an African-American civil rights leaders, recently endorsed Donald Trump, saying it’s time to vote out say-anything, do-nothing politicians like Hillary and vote in real change.
“Politicians are a dime a dozen,” Henderson told CNN. “Donald Trump is a businessman, and America is a business.”
Henderson explained: “One of the biggest problems in America right now, especially in black communities, is the lack of jobs. Trump has proven that he knows how to create jobs.”
This election cycle, African-American voters like Bruce Carter — a former Bernie Sanders supporter who now backs Trump — say Hillary and complacent Democrats are in for a rude awakening.
“The Democrat establishment is about to learn the hard way that they don’t own the minority vote,” vowed Carter.