Money laundering is the process of transforming the proceeds of crime into ostensibly legitimate money. Money obtained from certain activities such as speeches, which is a subtle form of extortion, is “dirty”. It needs to be cleaned so institutions will deal with it without suspicion. Money can be laundered by many methods, which vary in complexity and sophistication.The Clintons began with the organization then pumped in the money. They formed “The Clinton Foundation” In a May 2015 book about the foundation author Peter Schweizer wrote, “We see a pattern of financial transactions involving the Clintons that occurred contemporaneous with favorable U.S. policy decisions benefiting those providing the funds.”
Bill Allison, a senior fellow at the Sunlight Foundation, in April 2014 said, “It seems like the Clinton Foundation operates as a slush fund for the Clintons.” Here’s how money is “laundered”, meaning how dirty money is cleaned up. The illegitimate funds are furtively introduced into the legitimate financial system. Then, the money is moved around to create confusion, sometimes by wiring or transferring through numerous accounts. Finally, it is integrated into the financial system through additional transactions until the “dirty money” appears “clean.”
Hillary didn’t disclose the funds she had available from The Clinton Foundation when she presented her financials for the Presidency. How could she? It would revel the money washing procedure she’s using to pay for various political programs “under the table” to get elected.
How do we know that? See above what Bill Allison wrote about using the money from the Clinton Foundation as a “slush fund”. That’s money laundering. The fund can pay an outside group to run ads promoting Hillary for President but the election laws don’t require the disclosure of that money. Laundering it is easy for even a rookie accountant. List the expenditure as “Educational Outreach” or something equally as vague.