Clintons’ Tour Begins In a Mostly Empty Stadium, Tix Sell for $10

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Hillary and Bill mark the first leg of their 13- city post-election speaking tour in Toronto. The original prices were cheap when you consider what they usually charge. The price range was from $53 to $434 per seat.  Some seats were as high as $750. Now they are selling for $10.

The tour is billed as ‘An Evening With The Clintons‘–  a conversation with their ‘unique perspective on the past, and remarkable insight into where we go from here.’

However, StubHub still has seats for $10 and the event is this evening. After that, you have to pay $11 for front row seats. By way of comparison, the Toronto Maple Leafs game costs $73 for upper tier seats.

The December 4th event in Sugar Land, Texas still has seats up front.

They want $700 for the tickets in Boston and other liberal/leftist bastions since they think they will be in demand there. We will see.

According to a TicketMaster sales agent that NTK Network spoke with, they didn’t even offer tickets in the upper levels of the Scotiabank Arena for people to purchase.

Thus, the Clintons will be speaking before a lot of empty seats but it will be covered as a gala event and they will be quoted ad nauseum by the corrupt media.

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cali
cali
3 years ago

From what I understand their speaking tour to grift for money has been cancelled!

Mr. Bill
Mr. Bill
3 years ago

Only an idiot would pay to see these two scoundrels. A fool and his money are soon parted.

Mad Celt
Mad Celt
3 years ago

I’ve spent 2 decades with the Clintons. A whole evening might force me to join a monestary in Tibet.

Mr. Ed
Mr. Ed
3 years ago

I think that it doesn’t matter to the Clintons or the event organizers how many seats get sold or how much they sell for. This is a ploy to give the Clintons a big wad of cash legally, by hiring them to appear on the speaking tour. Possibly they need help because their accounts are frozen due to investigations of one thing and another … If the speaking tour loses millions, the organizers will just shrug and deduct the losses as an ordinary failed business venture, which no one (IRS) will question. Otherwise, the big bucks flowing to the Clintons wouldn’t have been deductable. This is how the powers-that-be reward the faithful … and YOU pay for it.

Michael Fisher
Michael Fisher
3 years ago

Shamelessly addicted to greed and power as demonstrated by their embarrassing behavior…..A special place in Hell awaits these two as repentance is probably not an option with this kind of addiction.