Surprise! Bill Cosby Donated Money to CLINTON FOUNDATON

Will the Clintons return the money?

Now that Bill Cosby is facing charges for assault, new details are coming to light. Like the fact that he donated money to the Clinton Foundation.

Chuck Ross reported at the Daily Caller:

Bill Cosby Donated To The Clinton Foundation. Will The Charity Return The Money?

Numerous organizations had disassociated themselves from Bill Cosby even before the comedian was charged with a crime for any of the alleged sexual assaults he committed over the years. Colleges and universities have scrubbed the formerly-beloved TV dad’s name from their buildings. Others have rescinded honorary degrees given to Cosby and more have returned donations he has provided.

But one organization that has yet to make a move regarding Cosby is the Clinton Foundation.

As was reported earlier this year, the “Cosby Show” creator gave between $1,001 and $5,000 to the non-profit organization operated by former president Bill Clinton and his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Even as dozens of women came forward to accuse Cosby of sexually assaulting them over the past several decades, the charity declined to relinquish the Cosby cash. And in a particularly awkward interview in July, Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri hemmed and hawed when asked whether the Foundation would return the money.

As many people have pointed out, there’s a distinct difference between the way Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton get treated for alleged assaults against women.

If it weren’t for double standards, liberals wouldn’t have any.

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