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At 8.38pm on 4 November 2020, the day after America had gone to the polls to elect its next president, Donald Trump sent out a message to hundreds of thousands of his supporters from the email address contact@victory.donaldtrump.com.

By then it was already clear that not only was victory eluding Trump, but that he was heading towards defeat. Not that you would have known it from Trump’s email.

“Friend,” it began. “The Democrats are trying to STEAL the Election. I’ve activated the Official Election Defense Fund and I need EVERY PATRIOT, including YOU, to step up and make sure we have enough resources to PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF OUR ELECTION.”

Over the next nine weeks Trump bombarded his loyal followers with a blitzkrieg of emails, sometimes 25 in a single day. Some of the emails were specific, like the one sent on 8 November calling for help in Michigan where Trump said “we have filed a lawsuit to halt counting” (the email didn’t say that a judge had already thrown out the complaint as baseless).

Some of the emails were general, pleading with Trump supporters to “defend our democracy” and prevent the “Radical Left” from “DESTROYING America”. They were sent under several different names – from Trump himself, his sons Don Jr and Eric, the former speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich, the current chair of the Republican National Committee Ronna McDaniel, and then vice-president Mike Pence.

Despite the nuances, all the millions of emails sent out from the @victory.donaldtrump.com address essentially said the same thing. They exhorted Trump supporters to back the “Official Election Defense Fund” with their hard-earned dollars.

“If EVERY Patriot chips in $5, President Trump will have what it takes to DEFEND the Election and WIN!” said the email that was transmitted on 10 November – three days after Biden’s victory had been sealed.

There was only one problem with this epic flurry of emails: the Official Election Defense Fund did not exist. There was no fund dedicated to fighting election battles as part of Trump’s mendacious and ultimately vain “big lie” that the presidency had been stolen from him. Instead, the money went into Trump’s new fundraising entity Save America Pac, from where millions of dollars were distributed to pro-Trump organizations including his own hotel properties and the company that produced the Ellipse rally in Washington on January 6 just hours before the storming of the Capitol.

David Becker, executive director of the non-partisan Center for Election Innovation and Research, said that the nonexistent “election defense fund” added a new layer to the January 6 investigation. On top of insurrection, sedition and an attempted coup, the American people were now learning about grift.

“He was selling false claims to his supporters. The money they gave was not even being used for what he said it would be used: fighting the election in court.”

 

TomO

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You do know you have the option to just calm down and find something else to occupy your time. There are many interesting things in life for you to have good feelings about and find purpose within.
Leroy? Izzat you? :unsure:
 

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marke

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At 8.38pm on 4 November 2020, the day after America had gone to the polls to elect its next president, Donald Trump sent out a message to hundreds of thousands of his supporters from the email address contact@victory.donaldtrump.com.

By then it was already clear that not only was victory eluding Trump, but that he was heading towards defeat. Not that you would have known it from Trump’s email.

“Friend,” it began. “The Democrats are trying to STEAL the Election. I’ve activated the Official Election Defense Fund and I need EVERY PATRIOT, including YOU, to step up and make sure we have enough resources to PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF OUR ELECTION.”

Over the next nine weeks Trump bombarded his loyal followers with a blitzkrieg of emails, sometimes 25 in a single day. Some of the emails were specific, like the one sent on 8 November calling for help in Michigan where Trump said “we have filed a lawsuit to halt counting” (the email didn’t say that a judge had already thrown out the complaint as baseless).

Some of the emails were general, pleading with Trump supporters to “defend our democracy” and prevent the “Radical Left” from “DESTROYING America”. They were sent under several different names – from Trump himself, his sons Don Jr and Eric, the former speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich, the current chair of the Republican National Committee Ronna McDaniel, and then vice-president Mike Pence.

Despite the nuances, all the millions of emails sent out from the @victory.donaldtrump.com address essentially said the same thing. They exhorted Trump supporters to back the “Official Election Defense Fund” with their hard-earned dollars.

“If EVERY Patriot chips in $5, President Trump will have what it takes to DEFEND the Election and WIN!” said the email that was transmitted on 10 November – three days after Biden’s victory had been sealed.

There was only one problem with this epic flurry of emails: the Official Election Defense Fund did not exist. There was no fund dedicated to fighting election battles as part of Trump’s mendacious and ultimately vain “big lie” that the presidency had been stolen from him. Instead, the money went into Trump’s new fundraising entity Save America Pac, from where millions of dollars were distributed to pro-Trump organizations including his own hotel properties and the company that produced the Ellipse rally in Washington on January 6 just hours before the storming of the Capitol.

David Becker, executive director of the non-partisan Center for Election Innovation and Research, said that the nonexistent “election defense fund” added a new layer to the January 6 investigation. On top of insurrection, sedition and an attempted coup, the American people were now learning about grift.

“He was selling false claims to his supporters. The money they gave was not even being used for what he said it would be used: fighting the election in court.”

Sadly, too many gullible Americans blindly accept lying leftist Marxist propaganda as if it were true. Democrats stole the election and America is being seriously damaged because of it.

Mark Levin’s list: 15 ways Democrats stole the election | Washington Examiner

“Win, lose, or draw, on Jan. 6, the Republicans must not act as if ‘the people have spoken’ and be cowered into passivity or worse, such as joining the Democrat Party and media hecklers, by insisting that they are part of a lawless party seeking to ‘reverse the results of the election,'” he wrote.

Levin added, “Too many Republicans have already buckled, including the Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell, Sen. John Thune, and Rep. Adam Kinzinger. No doubt others who are unreliable and cowardly when facing the organized mob will follow. But let us not be judged by those who have intentionally and strategically manipulated our politics and the law to undermine our constitutional order. It is they who must be condemned.”

 

marke

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How much of the quarter of a billion dollars that Trump raked in from supporters to overturn the 2020 election has actually been spent to overturn the 2020 election?
I have no idea, but I do know communists, Marxists, terrorists, dictators, tyrants, despots, and wicked men with billions of stolen dollars have bought politicians and elections for years, especially in the last few elections.


Liberal billionaire George Soros has flooded Democratic PACs and campaigns with $50 million this election cycle, shattering his personal record by tens of millions with four months to go before the elections.

Soros has spent $50 million on this election cycle. He has pumped money into Democratic PACs, via his many political organizations.

Many Democrats have frequently complained about “dark money” influencing politics. They get upset when American businesses and business owners donate to political groups.

Yet they are all very quiet when a foreign businessman, a man who openly embraces radical policies, dumps millions into their party.
 

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I have no idea

Out of the over a quarter of a billion dollars Trump raised in the form of donations from you gullible rubes, ostensibly to overturn the 2020 election, virtually none of it was used to do so. It's almost as though Trump doesn't believe his own lies about the election having been stolen! But he has been laughing all the way to the bank at your expense.
 

marke

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Out of the over a quarter of a billion dollars Trump raised in the form of donations from you gullible rubes, ostensibly to overturn the 2020 election, virtually none of it was used to do so. It's almost as though Trump doesn't believe his own lies about the election having been stolen! But he has been laughing all the way to the bank at your expense.
Soros and Russian mobsters, among other evil men, have spent billions in support of democrat communists in America over the years. What is your point?
 

marke

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Out of the over a quarter of a billion dollars Trump raised in the form of donations from you gullible rubes, ostensibly to overturn the 2020 election, virtually none of it was used to do so. It's almost as though Trump doesn't believe his own lies about the election having been stolen! But he has been laughing all the way to the bank at your expense.
If I were you I would spend less time on how Trump is spending his money and more time on how mobs of American enemies are spending their money buying politicians and public officials to promote destructive policies for their wicked goals.
 
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