VIA| We all know that Hillary Clinton broke criminal laws by transmitting highly-sensitive intelligence via a home server. That’s why the FBI is investigating her now.

But just what was she doing with those private emails?

Now, we’re learning a major detail of just how Clinton, as Secretary of State, made sure Clinton Foundation donors were treated.

Private correspondences from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (a federal agency connected to the State Department) wrote a memo in 2010 informing a Clinton Foundation donor that government resources would be steered toward the donor’s project in Haiti!

This is the very definition of pay-to-play, and Hillary Clinton deserves to be indicted for this alone!

According to the proposal, Miami businessman Claudio Osorio and his company InnoVida would build homes on the island using low-cost proprietary panels. Lynn Tabernacki, OPIC’s renewable energy director, noted in the report that InnoVida had “U.S. persons of political influence that are able to assist in advancing the company’s plans.”

“For instance, former President Bill Clinton is personally in contact with the Company to organize its logistical and support needs,” wrote Tabernacki. “Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has made available State Department resources to assist with logistical arrangements.”

Additionally, the Clinton Global Initiative had “indicated that it would be willing to contract to purchase 6,500 homes in Haiti from InnoVida within the next year.”

What was not explicitly stated in the memo, but known to OPIC officials at the time, was that Osorio had a prior relationship with the Clintons. Days earlier, the businessman had shown Tabernacki a video of Bill Clinton speaking at his home in 2007. The speech took place during a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign that Osorio hosted at his Star Island mansion.

Osorio was also a Clinton Foundation donor, contributing between $10,000 and $50,000 to the organization. Additionally, he had hired Clinton’s 2008 finance director Jonathan Mantz to lobby OPIC for the loan request.

Via The Free Beacon

Just 24 hours after the memo was sent, OPIC approved a $10 million loan to the company. Then, the homes were never built, and the company declared bankruptcy a year later while under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and FBI.

That means millions of dollars of your tax dollars were given to a Clinton Foundation donor, with nothing to show for it. Outrageous!