Clinton Campaign Donors Demand Investigation Into Missing $1.5 Billion

Saturday, December 24, 2016
By Paul Martin

Bill Clinton is lashing out angrily as donations to the Clinton Foundation have completely dried up

by Baxter Dmitry
December 24, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s election campaign fallout continues lurching from bad to worse, with big campaign donors reportedly demanding a “campaign autopsy” to explain what happened to $1.5 billion in late campaign donations.

At her New York bash to thank big donors of $1 million or more, Clinton reportedly refused to take any blame for her failed campaign, instead pointing the finger at James Comey and Vladimir Putin. However her spin did not work, and she has lost a lot of credibility in the eyes of her donors, VIP boosters, and campaign advisers.

“It was like a wake with a band,” said one guest who was at the Plaza in New York. It was pointed out that even if Russia “hacked” the DNC and Podesta emails, there would be nothing to release if there had been no wrongdoing to begin with.

ArmstrongEconomics reports:

Now Clinton’s biggest backers want a “campaign autopsy,” which could expose Clinton’s entire operation. The donors are demanding to know where Clinton spent the near $1.5 billion in campaign resources she collected in the closing months. They want the receipts. They are demanding an honest investigation of how Clinton failed to read the mood in swing states and how her Brooklyn operation misread polling data.

The donors are not buying the Russian hack story. Putin isn’t the only explanation for her failure and they are now pointing the finger at Hillary. She never bothered to go to Wisconsin. The story running behind the curtain is that fundraisers are cutting off all donations to the Democratic Party until this honest review is carried out. They do not want to hear about Comey and Putin.

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