Charitable institutions (like The Clinton Foundation), as Judge Jeanine Pirro has stated publicly, often serve as a slush fund for those whose name the institution bears.
Pirro called the Clintons' foundation nothing more than a,
Now, it seems, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and his institution are coming under fire for contributions it has been receiving from the Rothschild family, a controversial global mining company, and the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia.
Accusations of financial impropriety first arose back in 2008, when The Guardian first ran the story:
McCain was traveling through the UK, and made a stop at London's Spencer House, where Judicial Watch, noted Washington watchdog organization, objected to the fundraiser luncheon hosted by the Rothschilds.
McCain wasn't successful in defeating President Obama in the election.
Yet while his campaign for president is a thing of the past, McCain's ties to the Rothschilds and others is present day subject matter. Wikileaks has made certain the issue will not go away.
The organization committed to governmental transparency revealed just how close of a relationship McCain has with the Rothschilds.
And guess what. They're right again...
A quick check of the McCain Institute's Board of Trustees finds a photo of Ms. Rothschild, as well as her bio.
Also worth noting is the list of donors who've given $100,000 or more to the senator from Arizona's institute hosted by Arizona State University.
A quick glance reveals at least one branch of the Rothschild family is on the list.
Also listed as a donor is the highly controversial Phoenix-based mining company Freeport-McMoRan, whose gold and copper mining operations in West Papua, Indonesia are said to have brought poverty and genocide to the indigenous population.
Last, but certainly not least, in the list of controversial donors to The McCain Institute, is the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia.
Yes. That's right... The country with one of the worst human rights abuse records on the planet is a major donor to senator's institute.
According to Amnesty International, the country where it's a crime to play a guitar in public, is one of the worst countries to live it one wishes to engage in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
An unconfirmed document, found on IMGUR, reportedly shows the foundation, in 2014, received $1,000,000 from the Saudis and $300,000 from The Eranda Rothschild foundation.
And while receiving funds, from organizations one might not agree with politically, is not a crime, keeping those funds may speak volumes about where Sen. McCain's allegiances ultimately belong.
One only has to think back to 2001, when the World Trade Center was destroyed, allegedly by Saudi terrorist hijackers, to remember when the New York mayor chose to give back funds he received and considered to be insulting.
Rudi Giuliani gave back a check for 10 million dollars to the Saudi Royal Family, a gesture which drew bipartisan praise.
Likewise, the Rothschild family reportedly controls half of the world's banks. The elitist banking family who has made its fortunes creating paper currency, and lending money at high interest rates, crippling the U.S. economy is seen by many as an enemy of the people.
But it's still anyone's guess if the Rothschilds' man in Washington is John McCain.
At any rate, he doesn't seem to have a litmus test as to from whom he will receive money...