Remember late last month, when David Hogg issued this bold proclamation about campaigns funded by really, really rich people?

Welp:

The Washington Free Beacon’s Stephen Gutowski and Joe Schoffstall report that David Hogg’s March for Our Lives campaign has pulled in a pretty nice chunk of change from really, really rich people:

We’ve known for a long time that David Hogg is part of the problem. We just didn’t realize how big a part he was!

More from the Free Beacon:

The March For Our Lives Action Fund, a 501(c)(4) “social welfare” organization launched in the aftermath of the deadly 2018 shootings at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is bankrolled almost entirely by large donations in excess of $100,000. The group reported $17,879,150 in contributions and grants over the course of 2018, its first year of operations. Ninety-five percent of those contributions came from 36 donations between $100,000 and $3,504,717—a grand total of $16,922,331.

The group’s reliance on a small number of large donations raises questions about its ability to turn rally-goers and supporters into donors. It also provides ammunition to gun-rights activists who have long cast the gun-control movement as driven not by grassroots supporters, but by billionaire benefactors like Michael Bloomberg.

The group’s 990 tax form shows another 38 donations totaling between $5,000 and $100,000, which together accounted for an additional $876,114 of revenue. The remainder, just 0.5 percent of total receipts, came from those giving less than $5,000.

Dang. Not too shabby!