Why is Hillary still a thing?
How much would you pay to hear Hillary Clinton speak? $5? $20?
Would you believe $50,000?
The event, set for October 16, seems to mark the first major form of activism in support of the Democratic Party's electoral efforts. Politico reported on Tuesday that the event -- titled "Dinner and conversation at the home of Hillary Rodham Clinton" -- will offer tickets as high as $50,000.
Why would someone pay that kind of money for access to Hillary, unless she still has influence with the DNC? And if she does still have influence, why?
Meanwhile, the RNC is collecting legal bribes by the truckload.
Republicans continue to experience a fundraising bounty from supporters, raising $20.8 million in July, almost three times as much as their Democratic opponents.
That was the largest amount ever received during the month of July in a non-election year which is twice the amount of money that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) has on hand, according to Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.
While the RNC indicates that it has augmented “major donors” from 33% to 45% of its fundraising base, it has also maintained its lead over the Democrats in terms of the number of small donors who give to the party.
"Augmenting major donors" is very unusual way of saying 'selling out to the ruling elites.' It takes a special skill to come up with terms like that.