Dems Design a New Revolutionary Method to Raise Money: Selling $100,000 Tickets for a Virtual Dinner with Hillary


POLITICO

Former Secretary of State and 2016 presidential election loser Hillary Clinton plans to appear at a DNC fundraising event for Joe Biden's campaign, a “virtual dinner”, offering potential attendees different types of tickets, some costing a whopping $100,000 per person.


This event will be held using the Zoom video conferencing platform, which is a very popular tool for organizing webinars with a very large group of people at the same time, especially among the student population and will be held on May 19 between 6:00-7:00 pm. PDT.

The official flyer announcing the event shows the prices of the different types of tickets available. Attendees can pay as little as $2,800 but at "limited availability," $5,600 to be a "guest," $15,600 to become a "friend," $41,100 to appear as a "supporter," $50,000 to feel like a "champion," and $100,000 to attend the event as a “host".

We can criticize the DNC from almost every angle, but it is inevitable to highlight their outstanding marketing skills. The Democrats in charge of Biden's campaign are presenting the event as "A Virtual Conversation with Hillary Rodham Clinton and DNC Chair Tom Perez."

As we know, Hillary Clinton officially announced her support for Joe Biden's candidacy as expected last week during a virtual town hall, after remaining silent throughout the entire Democratic primaries, as did former President Barack Obama, who took quite some time to officially endorse Biden.

The loser in the 2016 presidential election said:
"I've been not only a colleague of Joe Biden's, I've been a friend, and I can tell you that I wish he were president right now but I can't wait until he is - if all of us do our part to support the kind of person that we want back in the White House. I've been in the lobby of the Senate. I've been to the cloakroom and I've watched Joe bring people together. We have a lot of the same values in common, the same work ethic, the same belief in America, the same focus on family - We need a leader, a president, like Joe Biden."

The former secretary of state also dedicated a few kind words to Biden via Twitter, remarking on a set of values that, frankly, have not been shown by who is almost certain to be Trump's rival in the 2020 election yet.


Over the last few days, many rumors have been circulating about the possibility that Joe Biden will choose Hillary Clinton as his vice-president, something that seems unlikely but not impossible. Other female political figures that have been mentioned include Stacey Abrams, Elizabeth Warren, Gretchen Whitmer, or Kamala Harris.

Source: Politico

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