- The Washington Times - Tuesday, May 16, 2017


Hillary Clinton’s nonprofit, “Onward Together,” is now open for business.

And visitors to the new website have two options: Read the mission statement. Or donate money. The donate page is longer.

What’s interesting about “Onward Together” is that it’s a 501(c)4 — the type of IRS exemption that allows for donors to remain anonymous, and for donors to give all they want.

It’s a hog heaven for Clinton — a Christmas, 365 days a year. Dark money, all day, all the time. Hmm, what could go wrong?

“Onward Together is dedicated to advancing the vision that earned nearly 66 million votes in the last election,” the mission page states. “By encouraging people to organize, get involved and run for office, Onward Together will advance progressive values and work to build yada yada yada …”

That’s nice. But we all know — we all know the truth. “Onward Together” is a Clinton collection plate, being passed as a progressive vision. The fact it’s a “dark money” organization, as political and non-profit watchers term such 501(c)4s, says it all.

Donate at your peril.

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