Hillary is Back – And This Will Have Everyone Sick

Well, I guess it was a matter of time. Hillary is back and part of another political action committee. Even worse, she will resume giving paid speeches.

Why is she back? Could she be jealous of all of the spotlight President Trump is getting? Well, she won’t come out and say that, but you can connect the dots. Per Mike Allen of Axios, she wants to help grassroots organizations as a “quiet catalyst.” On top of that she plans to direct some of her funds to 2018 congressional candidates. The PAC claims that she is not preparing for a 2020 presidential run.

Hillary is Back! Raking in Cash to Speak

Hillary is Back

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Hillary Clinton has big plans for raking in the dough with paid speeches. The Harry Walker Agency has a website set up to solicit clients.

While leading up to her presidency, Hillary had a $225,000 asking price for each one of her speeches. Between 2013 and 2015 she pulled in almost $22 million in speaking fees.

It’s business as usual for the Clintons. While they campaign across the country claiming to relate to the struggle of the every day American, they make more speaking for a few minutes than the every day American makes in a year.

It seems impossible that anyone would pay this loser six figures to speak.

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