Now Jersey Shore’s Snooki Tops Hillary In Paid Speaker Fees

by on 31/03/18 at 9:18 am

Whoops! Appears that entitlement crown might be slipping!

Whoops! Appears that entitlement crown might be slipping!

Yup, the crowds are getting smaller and the payouts rival those from  washed-up media wannabees.

Yup, the crowds are getting smaller and the payouts rival those from washed-up media wannabees.

At least no-talents like Snooki had enough political savvy to bow out once the limelight dimmed and the flashbulbs stopped.

At least no-talents like Snooki had enough political savvy to bow out once the limelight dimmed and the flashbulbs stopped.

New Brunswick, NJ – (satireworld.com)

In the past, ex-Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been known to make huge sums in speaking fees, but Thursday’s reported payment for another excuse filled speech of ‘why I lost’ barely covered her security and travel costs. Will she complain now about how she was short-changed? Perhaps her once golden crown has simply turned into another brass plating job.

Clinton was paid $25,000 to speak at Rutgers University about being targeted as a woman in politics, the upcoming elections and the Trump administration, among other topics, NJ.com reported.

But the money she made seemed to be considerably less than some other high-profile guests who’ve spoken at the New Jersey school.

For example, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, of “Jersey Shore” fame, was paid $32,000 for her Rutgers appearance in 2011. Students paid for her appearance using money from the student activity fees undergraduates pay at the school, according to NJ.com.
Polizzi didn’t offer any political talking points, but told students: “Study hard, but party harder.”

And while Clinton’s fee for Thursday’s speech was nothing to scoff at, it was considerably smaller than what she reportedly received for appearances in past years.



One Response to “Now Jersey Shore’s Snooki Tops Hillary In Paid Speaker Fees”

  1. O’Leg Pee

    Mar 31st, 2018

    Shouldn’t have asked for Bitcoin

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