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Clinton Postpones Another Financial-Services Fundraiser

How anyone, Clinton supporter or not, can not be cynical about this move is beyond me.

And how the so-called journalist Anderson Cooper chose to not ask Hillary about this at last night’s CNN Town Hall is also beyond me. The move by Clinton exposes who she really is, and her contempt for the electorate, as plainly as anything previous.

See, Clinton postponed another fundraiser with financial services executives amid heavy criticism from rival Bernie Sanders that she is too close to Wall Street. Clinton will no longer attend an event in Boston scheduled for Friday that was to be hosted by Bain Capital affiliate Sankaty Advisors.

However, note carefully that the event has not been canceled but will now be held sometime after the New Hampshire primary, which takes place Feb. 9. It is the second such postponement in the last two weeks. The Clinton campaign last week said a New York City event that was set for Thursday with executives from investment management firm BlackRock would now be held February 16th, in the lull between primaries and presumably within the news dead zone.

The postponements come after Vermont senator Sanders ripped Clinton last week for leaving Iowa to attend a fundraiser in Philadelphia with financial services executives that featured a live performance with Bon Jovi.

“My opponent is not in Iowa tonight. She is raising money from a Philadelphia investment firm,” Sanders said last week in Iowa. “Frankly, I’d rather be here with you.”

Sanders went on to very nearly beat Clinton in Iowa and holds a large lead in New Hampshire polls. Clinton has struggled the entire campaign with attacks from Sanders on others on the left for her heavy fundraising from Wall Street and well-paid speeches from the likes of Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. She, however, continues to raise a middle finger to America by accepting their money.