When you sell political influence for profit, it stands to reason that when your influence is gone, so are your customers.
Perhaps that’s why the Clinton Global Initiative, a major arm of the Clinton Foundation, is closing its doors for good in April, according to a filing made under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN). The notice was filed on Jan/12 of this year, and it announces the official closure of one of the Clintons’ major sources of foreign funding.
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In all, CGI is laying off 22 employees effective 4/15/2017, which will signify an end to an era of influence peddling, corruption, and globalism brought on by the Clintons after they left the White House. The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) took in millions of dollars in donations while Hillary served as secretary of state leading to widespread accusations of pay-to-play, and as a result there’s currently at least five different investigations into the Clintons’ “charity” network from the FBI.
Although while the Clintons may be closing up the main source of funding for their foundation, active investigations still remain open. Whether or not CGI’s closure is related to said investigations remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain – the fact it’s shutting down all but confirms the Clintons used it to monetize their influence in our government.