Poor Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Nobody cares about them anymore. They are irrelevant now that Hillary Clinton is no longer in public office and it has been eighteen years since her husband left the White House.

The Clintons have profited handsomely off of their roles in public office over the last few decades.

As of 2016, the two have made over $240 million between them.

If it weren’t for the American taxpayer, they never would have had the opportunities to make that much money. They have never run a business or created a job; they are living off their political careers and influence.

In 2016, Forbes reported, “Since Bill and Hillary Clinton left the White House in 2001, they have turned political fame into a personal fortune, raking in more than $240 million, according to Forbes analysis of 15 years of tax returns.

Bill made most of the money, earning $189 million by writing books, giving speeches, consulting private companies and advising billionaire Ron Burkle. Days after his presidency ended, he earned $125,000 for a speech at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co. in New York, according to a financial disclosure from Hillary filed as a senator in 2002. It was the first of hundreds of paid speeches that collectively made him an estimated $106 million over 15 years.”

Hillary made $9 million in speaking fees in 2013 and 2014.  In 2013, she was paid $12 million to write a book called Hard Choices.

The only thing that is hard for the Clintons is deciding how to spend all that money.

Life is so tough for them…

Now it has come to light that their Clinton Foundation is struggling to take in revenue.

Of course it is. Bill and Hillary no longer have political influence to wield.

It is hard for them to elicit donations when they have nothing to offer in return.

No wonder Hillary kept her emails locked in a server that she had installed in her home. It would be interesting to see what was in those emails that relate to the Clinton Foundation, wouldn’t it?

Author Peter Schweizer has been investigating and writing about the Clintons shady business practices for years; he is an expert on the details of the Clinton family.

Schweizer told “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” that “All that money has now dried up. The Clinton Foundation has had a time raising money because they don’t have the influence to sell. They don’t have power access to sell and that, I think, is the primary evidence for what the Clinton enterprise was all about.”

“The Clinton Foundation literally raised 10 percent of what it did in 2009 when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, and the international numbers are even worse.”

It appears that business isn’t good over at the Clinton Corruption Enterprise.

Fox News reported that “The foundation posted its third straight year of losses following Hillary Clinton’s defeat in the 2016 presidential election, according to 2018 tax documents.

The foundation lost $16 million on revenue of $30.7 million in 2018, according to the documents. It has posted roughly $16 million in losses every year since 2015, when it had roughly $116 million in revenue.”

Poor Bill and Hillary. How will they survive on only $240 million?

They might survive, but their foundation probably will not.

Looks like Hillary might have to run for president again after all.

Hopefully she does. She’ll just lose again, but it’ll be fun to watch.