The Clinton Foundation saw a huge drop off in donations last year.
According to IRS filings, donations dropped a whopping 75% from 2016, and is now at the lowest total in decades.
It couldn’t have happened to two more deserving people…
The foundation took in $16.3 million last year between donations and grants, as opposed to $29.6 million in 2019.
Back in 2016 during Hillary Clinton‘s failed bid for president, they took in $62.9 million.
Oh how the mighty have fallen…
Here's more details from our friends at the Blaze:
The coronavirus pandemic dealt a financial blow to the Clinton Foundation, which saw its donations fall by nearly 75% from the organization's height when former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was running for president, according to a report.
In a tax filing reported by Axios, the nonprofit organization founded by former President Bill Clinton said it received about $16.3 million in contributions during 2020. In the previous year, the organization reported $29.6 million in contributions, down from a peak of $62.9 million in 2016, when Hillary Clinton was the Democratic presidential nominee.
Breitbart has more on what could have caused the huge drop off for the Clintons:
As the Clintons lose their political relevance, so too do they lose donations to their foundation.
Indiana University professor Leslie Lenkowsky who studies philanthropy said, “I think it largely reflects the fact that the Clintons are less prominent these days and their ability to raise funds has been affected by that.” He also described the Clinton Foundation as a “celebrity foundation,” where donations to the organization rely mostly on the fame of its founders.
Certainly the Clintons are much less relevant now than they were back in 2016, but others believe that trust also played a part in the drop off.
Americans simpy don't trust the Clintons due in large part to Hillary's crimes and Bill's connections to Jeffrey Epstein.