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Clinton Foundation Retail Store In Arkansas Raided By DEA

Clinton Foundation Retail Store, one of 12 in operation in Arkansas, boasts that it employs 14 people and pumps not only cash into the economy but much-needed goods at thrift store prices. They are much like Goodwill or Salvation Army Thrift Stores.

Well, with one exception: The Salvation Army and Goodwill don’t cook and sell meth.

That’s right…go figure. The Clinton Foundation stores, which have borne the family name for more than 2 decades, are a front for a drug operation. The store, which is owned exclusively by the Clinton Foundation as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, yielded more than $4 million worth of methamphetamine and 600 pounds of pre-packaged, unlicensed medical marijuana.

Workers at the store say they’ve never seen the men who ran the lab in a sub-basement and that the Clintons themselves haven’t visited in more than 10 years. Mya Coble, store manager, told LLOD’s Skip Tetheluda:

“We had no idea it was down there. The thing is, you have to have access to the store to get in, so we figure they come in and work from 5PM when we close to 10AM when we open.

The Clintons is nice people. They came by about ten year ago and gave us a chicken to cook for lunch on the hibachi.”

So far two men caught in the facility when it was raided at 6AM are the only people being charged. A full investigation will be needed to determine if this was a rogue operation or if the Clinton Foundation was stocking their own cargo ships with drugs for worldwide distribution.

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