Investigative reporter Andrew Kerr has a great piece at The Daily Caller looking into the shape of the Clinton Foundation ever since Hillary Clinton lost her presidential bid in November 2016. It seems things … aren’t great.
The Clinton Foundation has lost $49.6 million since 2016.https://t.co/eLkQLzhXoA
— Andrew Kerr (@AndrewKerrNC) November 19, 2019
The Clinton Foundation’s revenue dropped to a 16-year low in 2018 and reported a third-straight year of losses, a trend that began in 2016 when Hillary Clinton was defeated by President Donald Trump.
The foundation’s 2018 revenue was just 12% of the $249 million it raised in 2009, the first year of Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state under former President Barack Obama.
The Clinton Foundation also posted its third straight year of losses of $16 million or more in 2018, bringing its total losses since 2016 to $49.6 million.
Huh … the year Hillary was appointed secretary of state the foundation took in nearly $250 million, but last year it raked in only $30.7 million, the lowest haul since 2002. What could have happened?
— Will O’Really (@Will_OReally) November 19, 2019
Feel good story of the day
— Room 101 (@suscitate) November 20, 2019
Even though she is available to run it full time? ?
Almost as if it were never about charity. ?
— Man-Bear-Pig (@Man_Bear_Pig3) November 19, 2019
Hmmm… I wonder what's changed. Could it be there's no longer any potential pay to play?
— Keith Price (@OurBusinessHero) November 19, 2019
Pay for play requires an insider with some power.
— Andy Dyer (@Andy_Dyer_NOVA) November 19, 2019
Can’t pay to play when she has no damn power
— Oddjob’s Hat (@OddjobsHat007) November 19, 2019
Hiring hitmen can really drain the funds..
— A Father's Journey – TW Beckett (@TW_Beckett) November 19, 2019
— Stephanie ✌? (@Mommin8Easy) November 19, 2019
my understanding is, that the majority of that loss, was hiring the hit on Epstein.
— Doug Moore (@dougmooreSTL) November 19, 2019
What were they selling before 2016 that was so expensive?!
— Chris Nodimas? (@CholeraFan) November 19, 2019
Hmmm … so after she lost, the donations stopped coming in from foreign nations … shocking…
— Ted Bosquez (@utfriar) November 19, 2019
No quid pro quo here…….. the silence is deafening…..
— Colin Heyes (@thek0p) November 19, 2019
It’s amazing how quid pro quo money from foreign governments dries up after you lose the election they were hoping to gain access to you from.
— Chris (@ThisGuy675309) November 19, 2019
That is quid pro quo money and is being paid back due to her election loss. There's a lot of pissed off foreigners that aren't getting what they paid her for.
— Pendeg97 (@pendeg97) November 19, 2019
Well, the price of Chardonnay is up sharply too
— Chris (@RealChrisCotts) November 20, 2019
Its almost as if "donations" were payments to purchase political influence.
— Johnny Utah (@JohnnyU2019) November 19, 2019
But the media tells us that the Clintons are great people and do good work. pic.twitter.com/SoTVBTnNZu
— Rachel ??? (@racheld48040847) November 19, 2019
I think the word you’re looking for is funneled, not lost. pic.twitter.com/FioOsDOye7
— Ol’Jrod™ ?? (@Jrod940) November 19, 2019
This is what corruption looks like.
— katewhompas (@KatEWhompas) November 19, 2019
I'll pass the hat around.
— DianaK (@DianaK14) November 19, 2019
Hillary Clinton says she's 'under enormous pressure from many, many, many people to' run for president in 2020 https://t.co/aBxyrwlaoG
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 12, 2019