Tell the Clintons to give their $25 million in speaking fees to good causes

Wall Street, Big Pharma, and corporate technology interests have shelled out hundreds of thousands of dollars supposedly just to hear Hillary or Bill Clinton give a speech.

According to a new report by Consortium News, Hillary Clinton took in $11.8 million in 51 speaking fees from January 2014 to May 2015, when she officially launched her presidential campaign. Bill Clinton delivered 53 paid speeches to bring in $13.3 million during that same period. That's over $25 million total, largely if not entirely from wealthy parties with a strong interest in influencing U.S. government policy.

We urge the Clintons to clear their corrupted image by donating their $25 million in recent lecture fees to organizations legitimately working for campaign finance reform, Wall Street reform, environmental protection, and peace.



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7116 2.9 years ago Robert Jones Mount Kisco, NY , US
7115 2.9 years ago Karen Dushek West bend, WI , US
7114 2.9 years ago Charles Fasola ewing, NJ , us The Clintons should be awaiting a firing squad or a noose around the neck, rather than engaging in criminal activitied.
7113 2.9 years ago Kris Aaron Colorado Springs, CO , US
7112 2.9 years ago bob lichtenfels Lakeville, MA , US
7111 2.9 years ago Nick Dumont SHaron, MA , US
7110 2.9 years ago Rick DeRousse Las Vegas, NV , US
7109 2.9 years ago Doris Munger New Canaan, CT , US
7108 2.9 years ago Desiree Whitney Northville, MI , US She's out of touch
7107 2.9 years ago Robert and Dolores Scheelen Medford, OR , US
7106 2.9 years ago Jason Carlisle INDIANAPOLIS, IN , US And stuff like this is why I would write-in Cthulhu if it comes down to Clinton and whatever dog the GOP shells out as nominee.
7105 2.9 years ago Nancy Love Las Vegas, NV , US
7104 2.9 years ago N. Schneider Baltimore , MD , US
7103 2.9 years ago ROY LEE Spokane, WA , US
7102 2.9 years ago Anonymous Tucson, AZ , US Please donate your collected speaking fees to non-profits dedicated to campaign election reform, wall street reform, and climate control.
7101 2.9 years ago Mr and Mrs Richard N. Huff Fort Wayne, IN , US
7100 2.9 years ago Siobahn Tolar Spokane Valley, WA , US
7099 2.9 years ago Jeremy W Thompson Laredo, TX , US
7098 2.9 years ago Michael Foote Keller, TX , US
7097 2.9 years ago Thomas Cope Medina, OH , US
7096 2.9 years ago Nancy Slocum Independence, IA , US
7095 2.9 years ago Regina Flores Lake Elsinore , CA , US
7094 2.9 years ago Gabriel Almazan Burbank, CA , US
7093 2.9 years ago Janet Reed Sunnyvale, CA , US
7092 2.9 years ago Anonymous Portland, OR , US
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Background:
Consortium News: The Clintons' Paid Speech Bonanza
Washington Post: Two Clintons. 41 Years. $3 Billion.
Wall Street Journal: Speaking Fees Meet Politics for Clintons
International Business Times: Clinton Foundation Donors Got Weapons Deals