Jeb Bush’s Education Company Paid Hundreds of Thousands to Hillary’s Fake Charity

by Warner Todd Huston | May 18, 2015 11:23 pm

As we learn more about Hillary’s face charity, The Clinton Foundation, we are finding quite a lot of interesting facts. For instance, we have now found out that Jeb Bush’s education company paid $225,000 to Hillary for a speech she made last year.

The Clinton Crime Family (as Rush now hilariously calls them) was the lucky, lucky recipient[1] of hundreds of thousands from Academic Partnerships, a company in which Jeb Bush is a large investor.

Clinton’s newly filed personal financial disclosure shows that she was paid $225,500 on March 24, 2014 by Academic Partnerships. At the invitation-only event in Dallas, Texas, Clinton reportedly said, “today a student doesn’t need to travel to Cambridge, Mass., or Cambridge, England, to get a world-class education.”

Academic Partnerships assists universities in converting their academic degree programs into online versions that can be taken by students around the world.

In 2011, Bush joined Academic Partnerships as an investor and as a paid advisor. He helped the company host multiple conferences and has appeared in online videos encouraging others to consider the Academic Partnership business model. Though he did not share the stage with Clinton, Bush spoke at the same conference.

What does Jeb have to say about helping to fill Hillary’s pockets with money, I wonder?

But this shouldn’t surprise anyone. Back in 2013 Jeb himself was happy to award Hillary a “liberty medal”[2] for her work… oh, I don’t know… her work killing four Americans in Benghazi, maybe?

  1. lucky, lucky recipient:
  2. Jeb himself was happy to award Hillary a “liberty medal”:

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