Shocker: In Wake of Hillary's Defeat, Donations to Clinton Foundation Dry Up
It ought to. With no upside to continuing to "donate" to the corrupt Clinton racket, the smart money has put on its coat and hat and gone elsewhere:
The Norwegian government’s planned contribution to the Clinton Foundation next year will be nearly 90 percent off its peak, news outlets in Norway are reporting. Norway will donate 35.9 million kroner this year — or around $5.1 million — to the Clinton Health Access Initiative, a subsidiary of the Clinton Foundation, according to the Norwegian news outlet, Hegnar.
The Scandinavian nation will slash its donations by 36 percent next year to 23 million kroner. That marks a 87 percent decline from the 2015 peak. The drastic cut could be a signal that other longtime Clinton Foundation donors will reduce donations in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s presidential loss.
Hegnar reported that Norway gave an average of 40 million kroner each year between 2007 and 2013. That jumped to 129 million kroner in 2014 and 174 million kroner — or $25 million — last year.
Watch for other nations, corporations and funding entities to tiptoe away as well. Everybody hates a loser.