The Women’s Marches around the country are over, but some infighting has developed in one city:

Or as Hillary Clinton might refer to that amount of unaccounted for cash: Chump change.


Organizers of the Women’s March on Portland are embroiled in a dispute about donations raised in support of the event.

The January march, which drew estimates of between 70,000 and 100,000 people to downtown, was, by most measures, a success. But in the weeks since, activists who hastily joined forces to organize the event have begun to fight publicly over what happened to donations that could total thousands of dollars.

That sounds awful “greedy” for a bunch of people who are into sharing the wealth, but fortunately Michelle Malkin has a lead for the feminist sleuths chasing clues in the case:

Ha! Solid lead.