It seems Hillary Clinton just can’t beat Trump. She lost in 2016, and she continues losing today.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in the middle of a remote MSNBC interview before the first presidential debate when a text box from Zoom Video Communications Inc. broke in: “Your meeting will end in 10 minutes.”
Viewers, many of whom have relied on the video conferencing service themselves in a world where live conversations have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, were tickled.
Clinton had been berating President Trump, declaring that his “series is about to be canceled,” a reference to the real estate mogul and entertainer’s star turn on “The Apprentice” franchise.
However, as Mashable reported Tuesday, it seemed that neither the network nor Clinton had upgraded their Zoom accounts to receive unlimited meeting time.
Paul Kane noted the faux pas on Twitter:
A special council will be appointed.
— Kevin (@KevinInnga) September 30, 2020
Zoom imitates life.
Just like Clinton thought Trump would be canceled in 2016, things didn’t work out as planned. Instead of Trump being canceled, Clinton was canceled. Unceremoniously, and without merit.
Now Clinton tries anything to remain relevant. Because her life has been turned upside down.
I couldn’t find anything from 2020 on The Clinton Foundation. However, this report from 2019 in The Daily Caller sets the stage.
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 Clinton Foundation reported $30.7 million in revenues in its recently-released 2018 Form 990 tax return, the lowest figure posted by the charity since 2002 when it raised $25.6 million.
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.
New Trends for The Clinton Foundation:
- The 16-year low is now a 17-year low. Bet on it.
- And, the 2019 will report a fourth-straight year of losses.
- The 2018 figure of $30.7 million in revenues will be much lower in the next report.
- The 2019 revenue will be an even smaller percentage of the $249 million raised with Clinton as secretary of state.
The Clintons are political roadkill. Soon they will have to sell one of their homes. But they won’t be the only carnage from karma. There will be many others.