HOUSTON Council man advises people not to donate to Red Cross – caught throwing away donated goods

Houston city councilman begs people not to donate to Red Cross

Published on Sep 10, 2017

Houston city councilman, in official session, begs people not to donate to Red Cross “Now, my last rant will be on the Red Lost… I’m sorry the Red Cross. Because the Red Cross – if anybody wants to donate to the Red Cross, please call me. I beg you not to send them a penny. They are the most inept, unorganized organization that I’ve ever experienced. I’ve been in Kingwood fighting this thing and we have not seen one person – not a single person from the Red Lost, yet every time I turn on the TV they’re receiving multi, multi, hundreds of millions of dollars. What are you guys doing with it? How many contractors are you helping us with? So, to this day, many days after the hurricane hit, I have not seen a single person in Kingwood or Clear Lake that’s a representative of the Red Cross. You know who opened our shelters? We did. You know who sent water and supplies? We did. People didn’t have cots – we got them blankets, we didn’t get a darn thing from the Red Cross. So, if anyone wants to send them money, don’t waste your time, don’t waste your money. Send it to other causes.” My comment: SO THERE YOU HAVE IT. The same goes for any charity that is owned by scamming liberals. Watch the video with him saying this (and a lot more about others he’s not happy with)

Published on Sep 17, 2017

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2 thoughts on “HOUSTON Council man advises people not to donate to Red Cross – caught throwing away donated goods”

  1. There needs to be a lot more investigation than there is into how much of the donated money to registered charities actually makes it to to assist those that the charity says it is there for. In NZ there are no less than 28,000 registered charities. How many of them are just shams? How many are businesses who want to avoid company tax and pay their managers/directors big salaries?
    We’ve asked the Charities Commission as an OIA request about how much investigation it does into that. It didn’t want to tell us so we referred it to the Ombudsman. The answer, when we got it, is very little.

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