A nonprofit created and led by Secretary of State John Kerry’s daughter failed to deliver on promises made in government contracts, but was still awarded millions of taxpayers dollars, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.Dr. Vanessa Kerry’s nonprofit – called Seed Global Health – pledged to send 90 volunteer doctors and nurses to between 10 and 14 Third World countries in 2016, documents obtained by TheDCNF show. Instead, just over 70 volunteers were sent to only five countries.Her group faced similar problems in earlier years, but that didn’t stop the Department of State from handing Seed another $6.4 million.The Department of State has given Seed more than $9 million since 2012, which was funneled through the Peace Corps, as TheDCNF previously reported. Kerry’s nonprofit began missing contractually-required targets almost from its outset.
Kerry’s daughter’s nonprofit failed big time, but daddy’s State Department paid her anyway