Caitlyn Jenner Income Drops Suddenly Amid Democrat Hate

( )- Caitlyn Jenner, the Olympic athlete formerly known as Bruce Jenner, recently submitted the last five years of her tax returns as part of her campaign to become the next Governor of California. The filings revealed the trans mega-star’s incoming dropping dramatically over the last few years.

In 2016, Jenner saw her income reaching $2.5 million. At this time she had her own reality TV show and was loved all over the world for being so forthright about her transition from male to female. However, as the years went by, Democrats and left-wing celebrities slowly abandoned Jenner over her support for the Republican Party. In just three years, Jenner’s income dropped to $550,000 in 2019.

That’s a lot of money, but certainly nowhere near the $2.5 million she made just a handful of years before.

Jenner is one of 41 candidates vying to be the next Governor of California as Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom faces a recall election. Jenner will be on the ballot in the recall election, which will take place on September 14. Voters will be asked in the election whether they believe that Newsom should be recalled, and if so, who they would prefer to replace him.

Jenner is the Republican probably most likely to take the governorship if it’s possible for a Republican to take back California at all. With the state leaning so heavily to the left, it might take a Republican with suitable “woke” credentials like Jenner to stand a chance of winning over Democrats who are angry at Newsom’s poor performance on crime and his handling of the COVID pandemic.

Jenner’s tax returns also showed that she has paid taxes in Greece, Indonesia, Australia, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. She made most of her money from appearing in the British TV show “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here” in 2019, a show that sends celebrities to the Australian jungle and puts them through a series of tough competitions.

There appears to be no real reason for Jenner to be concerned about her income, however, with election documents also revealing that she has stock holdings in dozens of companies with hundreds of millions of dollars.

It makes you wonder why she would even bother doing reality TV or vying to become the next governor of California…

Much like former President Donald Trump, Jenner has no financial reason to get involved in politics, which is probably a good sign that she’s doing this for all the right reasons.

Who do you think has the best chance of replacing Newsom?