Jesuits running the investigation on the Clinton Foundation headed by Jesuit coadjutor Bill Clinton

As many researchers who are privy to the Jesuit Vatican conspiracy know, Bill Clinton graduated from Georgetown University, the oldest Catholic university in America, one of the 28 Jesuit universities and colleges in the USA, and the Jesuit power base in America. Clinton is known to be a great admirer of his professor at Georgetown University, Carroll Quigley.

In his freshman year in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown, future U.S. President Bill Clinton took Quigley’s course, receiving a ‘B’ as his final grade in both semesters (an excellent grade in a course where nearly half the students received D or lower).

In 1991, Clinton named Quigley as an important influence on his aspirations and political philosophy, when Clinton launched his presidential campaign in a speech at Georgetown. He mentioned Quigley again during his acceptance speech to the 1992 Democratic National Convention, as follows:

“As a teenager, I heard John Kennedy’s summons to citizenship. And then, as a student at Georgetown, I heard that call clarified by a professor named Carroll Quigley, who said to us that America was the greatest Nation in history because our people had always believed in two things–that tomorrow can be better than today and that every one of us has a personal moral responsibility to make it so.”

Clinton is just the type of man who can be called a “Jesuit of the short robe” or a “Jesuit coadjutor”, i.e., he doesn’t actually belong to the Jesuit order but is a great friend of them and likely doing their bidding.

And now that the Clinton Foundation headed by Bill Clinton has been under investigation, it turns out that it’s been led by two other Jesuit alumni, Larry Doyle and John F. Moynihan, both graduates of the College of the Holy Cross. Doyle has also received the Holy Cross Alumni Association’s highest honor, the In Hoc Signo Award.

The Clinton Foundation operated as a foreign agent ‘early in its life’ and ‘throughout it’s existence’ and did not operate as a 501c3 charitable foundation as required, and is not entitled to its status as a nonprofit, alleged two highly qualified forensic investigators, accompanied by three other investigators, said in explosive testimony Thursday to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

John Moynihan and Lawerence W. Doyle, both graduates of the Catholic Jesuit College of the Holy Cross and former expert forensic government investigators, gave their shocking testimony before congress based on a nearly two year investigation into the foundation’s work both nationally and internationally. They were assisted by three other highly trained experts in taxation law and financial forensic investigations. The forensic investigators stressed that they obtained all the documentation on the foundation legally and through Freedom of Information Request Acts from the IRS and other agencies.

Devon Stack of the Black Pilled weighs in on the issue:

Yesterday the american people were supposed to hear from special council Huber and finally see if there was any movement on the Clinton Foundation investigation and just like clockwork NOTHING happened! Perhaps that’s being a tad disingenuous, but I don’t feel that bad considering the federal government is nothing but disingenuous along with these hearings, which are painful to watch and really test your ability to manage your rage when you watch them, that said let’s bread it down.

First of all, and this is a bif first of all, Huber, didn’t even show up. That’s right, the big Huber hearing yesterday, had no Huber. There are several possible reasons for that, not all of them bad, but still, no Huber with an epic indictment of the Clinton foundation like many were predicting.

So who did show up? These 2 guys. These 2 guys are forensic accountants who typically get hired to find abuse in non-profits and 501c3s. They also made sure to mention they were Jesuits, which seems odd unless, well, we’ll get into that some other time. They took advantage of a system the IRS has where essentially if you find out about massive tax fraud, like the kind going on at the Clinton Foundation, and you report it and they collect on those funds, you basically get a cut or a commission on what they collect on. So these 2 figured if they spent the time and did what the government was never going to do and just audited the Clinton Foundation themselves they would find enough tax fraud to make this bounty well worth the time. So that’s what they did. And surprise surprise they found enormous fraud going on at the Clinton Foundation.

So, what is going on here? Is this a way for the Jesuits to make themselves look good; “Hey, corruption is rampant in America, but we, the Jesuits, are here to weed it out.”? This is what the Jesuits have always done a lot, it’s one of their usual gimmicks. While at the same time the Jesuits themselves seem to be affiliated with the Clinton Foundation, as several of its recent key people besides Clinton himself have had Jesuit connections, including Bruce Lindsey, Doug Band, and Rolando Gonzalez-Bunster, all graduates of Georgetown University. That is, the Jesuits are once again playing both sides.

One thought on “Jesuits running the investigation on the Clinton Foundation headed by Jesuit coadjutor Bill Clinton

  1. Gilbert Chagoury, one of the top donors for the Clinton Foundation, was knighted by the Pope in 2009:

    “Last year, he was knighted by the Catholic Church and inducted into the Order of St. Gregory the Great, an honor bestowed upon those who serve the church, including many who are big donors to the institution. Bob Hope, Ricardo Montalban, and Rupert Murdoch are among past recipients.”

    Bill and Hillary Clinton also have a Jesuit priest as their beloved friend:

    “Hillary and I have a friend whom we treasure greatly who is a Jesuit priest who I met over 30 years ago, who went to law school with us later and who continues to labor to fulfill his vows. And one of my most treasured possessions that I ever received from a personal friend was a letter that he wrote to us after he had been a priest for 20 years, explaining without being at all self-righteous what it had meant to him to have kept his vows for two decades and why he thought in a way he had lived a selfish life because he had achieved a measure of peace and comfort and energy that he could have found in no other way.”


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