Hillary Clinton's shady dealings have gotten so bad that a mainstream media source is actually questioning her ethics now.
According to a report just released by the Associated Press, more than half of the people outside the federal government who met with Hillary Clinton during her four years as U.S. secretary of state ended up giving money to the Clinton Foundation.
The Clinton Foundation, headed by Bill and Hillary, is a charitable organization that has long been suspected by conservatives as a sham for funneling large donations under the table to Hillary as a way to get political favors from her and possibly fund her political aspirations outside of campaign fundraising limits.
The Associated Press was blown away by the number of Clinton Foundation donors they discovered had met with Hillary while she was working and said it raises some serious ethics questions. The amount given to the Clinton Foundation by each of those 85 donors often exceeded $100,000 and, in some cases, over $1 million. The total amount they gave was $156 million.
Among those donors were high-level executives who had asked Clinton for help at one time or another.
"The meetings between the Democratic presidential nominee and foundation donors do not appear to violate legal agreements Clinton and former president Bill Clinton signed before she joined the State Department in 2009," the Associated Press made clear, "But the frequency of the overlaps shows the intermingling of access and donations, and fuels perceptions that giving the foundation money was a price of admission for face time with Clinton."
Not included in the list of 85 non-governmental donors were 16 foreign government representatives who met with Hillary and donated a whopping $170 million to the Clinton Foundation.
The Clinton Foundation has raked in a total of $2 billion. Either Hillary is one of the best charity organizers in history, or as many conservatives has suspected, she's just plain crooked.