WHO WANTS TO SPEND “AN EVENING WITH THE CLINTONS?”
Bill & Hillary Clinton were set to kick off their 13-City North American Tour in Toronto, Ontario on Tuesday. [How many American voters live in Toronto?]
“An Evening With The Clintons” was scheduled for the final weeks of 2018 and into 2019 as Democrats jockey for position as presidential candidates.
The Clintons designed the tour to provide Hillary with a platform to influence the upcoming Democratic primaries. After the 2018 midterm elections and deep into 2019, Hillary is testing the waters for her own possible third run for the presidency. Since the Clinton Foundation donations have dropped to 10% of previous receipts, these grifters hoped to pocket more money, as well.
The tour was billed as “one-of-a-kind conversation with two individuals who have helped shape our world and had a front seat to some of the most important moments in modern history.”
Based on ticket sales in Toronto, it appears those most interested in spending a evening with Bill & Hillary are those who can afford the most expensive tickets. Of the 400+ seats directly in front of the stage, all but one was taken. It is unclear if there will be any ticket refunds.
POOR TICKET SALES OR MEETINGS WITH ATTORNEYS?
The tour has now been cancelled. The stated reason is “poor ticket sales.” That is true, but there may be another reason. Last week it was reported that Special Counsel John W. Huber will testify on Clinton Foundation corruption. He is scheduled to come before the House Subcommittee on Oversight & Reform on December 5th.
Huber, US Attorney for the District of Utah, was appointed to investigate DOJ’s & FBI’s biased handling of several cases: 1) the Clinton email investigation; 2) Secretary Clinton’s ties to the sale of U.S. uranium to Russia’s Uranium One in return for payments to Bill; 3) the pay-for-play activities of the Clinton Foundation and 4) spying on the Trump campaign & creating fake evidence to persecute the Trump Administration.
Cancellation of their tour may have more to do with Huber’s testimony than poor ticket sales. Stay tuned for Huber’s testimony.
Diane L. Gruber
*The other announced cities on the cancelled tour were: New York City, Detroit, Philadelphia, Wallingford CT, Washington DC, Boston, Vancouver BC, Seattle and Los Angeles. [Vancouver BC & Seattle are barely three hours apart. This writer is perplexed about these choices of cities for “An Evening With The Clintons.”] The other two cities in this 13-City Tour were never announced.