Like the Clintons, their tour finds itself on it final leg. For those Leftists who think the Clintons remain relevant, I suggest they look at ticket sales.
I wrote this when at the onset of the “Rapist and Enabler Tour”:
Call me the whistleblower on the Clintons’ tour.
I have been following the “Rapist and Enabler Tour” since it was announced. I chronicled that the Clinton skipped their proposed opening on November 18 in Las Vegas.
The rapist and enabler tour didn’t go off as planned.
The Clintons were supposed to begin their tour in Las Vegas on November 18, but that didn’t happen.
Here’s what was reported for tour stops back in early November:
They will kick off the trek Nov. 18 in Las Vegas at 5,200-seat Park Theater. They will visit Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on Nov. 27, Montreal’s Bell Centre on Nov. 28 and Smart Financial Center in Sugar Land, Texas, on Dec. 4.
Next, I discussed the dismal turnout in Canada.
The Clintons were greeted to mostly no-shows.
According to the Daily Mail only 3,300 tickets were sold in the Scotiabank Arena in downtown Toronto. For those wanting to do the math, the theater holds 19,800.
And now I give you the latest update, per The Gateway Pundit.
The Clintons will appear Tuesday December 4th at Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land.
Tickets were originally listed at $29.50 to $399.00
Well, things have worsened.
Access to the former power-couple has dwindled to less than the cost of a Starbucks’ latte. Much less.
From Hot Air:
The Clinton’s show moved to California Saturday night and tickets went for as little as $2.00. Wow. Imagine that. Some California Democrats listened to Bill and Hillary, a former president and a former Secretary of State (and the leader of pantsuits nation) in person for a couple of bucks.
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And if things couldn’t get any worse, it appears the Clintons aren’t safe in “sanctuary cities”.
Hot Air continues,
The tour dates were scheduled in Clinton-friendly cities yet the struggle to put warm bodies in seats was real. Still, audience reaction has been mixed. Just last month in New York City, a tour stop brought Haitian protesters and a man in a front-row seat yelling out, “Bill, this is boring!”
If only the Clintons waited a few weeks this tour might have been explosive. Because the revelations that will come soon about their activities in the election-meddling against Donald Trump. Add in the activities surrounding their racketeering organizations’ pay-for-play scandals and you can see a new tour in their future. Perhaps a “prison” tour?