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Prison Bitch 12:08 PM 11-06-2020
https://secure.winred.com/djt/electi...fund_teamtrump



Official Website of Donald J. Trump for President
OFFICIAL ELECTION DEFENSE FUND!

President Trump needs YOU to step up to make sure we have the resources to protect the integrity of the Election!

For a short time, ALL GIFTS 1000%-MATCHED!

Please contribute ANY AMOUNT in the IMMEDIATELY to the Official Election Defense Fund and to claim your 1000%-MATCH!





But here’s the shot, buried in the fine print at the bottom of the page:

By donating through this page, you agree that your contribution to DJTFP will be allocated as follows (Multicandidate PAC amounts in parentheses):

50% of each contribution, up to a maximum of $2,800 ($5,000), to be designated toward DJTFP’s 2020 general election account for general election debt retirement until such debt is retired. 50% of each contribution, up to a maximum of $2,800 ($5,000), to be designated toward DJTFP’s Recount Account. Any amount that exceeds the applicable contribution limit for 2020 general election debt retirement, including any amounts donated to DJTFP after such debt has been retired, will be designated in full toward DJFTP’s Recount Account, up to a maximum of $2,800 ($5,000).


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Prison Bitch 11:07 AM 11-21-2020
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Biden is also raising a fund for his legal team:
https://www.politico.com/news/2020/1...lection-433803

I haven’t looked into whether any portion is going to retire campaign debt tho.


Well. There you have it:



Here's the deal: Because President Trump refuses to concede and is delaying the transition, we have to fund it ourselves and need your help.

If you're able, chip in to help fund the Biden-Harris transition. https://t.co/apJMrdpoSS

— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 20, 2020

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neech 11:10 AM 11-21-2020
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Well. There you have it:

Lets see, close contact and touching each other with no masks, hypocrisy at its finest.
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Merde Furieux 11:57 AM 11-22-2020
An American jailed in 1985 for spying for Israel was released from strict parole conditions Friday, allowing his move to Israel, the US Justice Department said.

https://news.yahoo.com/us-allows-con...012139747.html
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Prison Bitch 04:23 PM 12-04-2020
Up to 207.5M now. The split:

155.6M: Trump’s new super PAC
51.9M: RNC


So there you have it. The Pubes are going along with this charade because they’re making lotsa money too.
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eDave 04:27 PM 12-04-2020
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Up to 207.5M now. The split:

155.6M: Trump’s new super PAC
51.9M: RNC


So there you have it. The Pubes are going along with this charade because they’re making lotsa money too.
That you just now get it made me chuckle.
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Prison Bitch 04:30 PM 12-04-2020
I started this thread a month ago, dipshit.
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eDave 04:39 PM 12-04-2020
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
I started this thread a month ago, dipshit.
Oh! :-)
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Titty Meat 05:14 PM 12-04-2020
Whered your 100 go?
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kstater 09:57 AM 12-05-2020
Grift grift grift

https://lawandcrime.com/2020-electio...-the-lawsuits/

President Donald Trump’s first publicly available post-election filings seem to vindicate those who called his election-discrediting efforts a massive grift: Little of the $207.5 million that he has raised together with his committees and Republican allies has gone to lawsuits, but much of that haul has gone to cementing his post-White House hold on Republican leadership and his hotels.

“The reports so far seem to prove that Trump has been duping his small-dollar donors,” Campaign Legal Center’s Brendan Fischer told Law&Crime in a phone interview.

“Since Election Day, Trump has been raising millions and millions of dollars with fundraising appeals, asking for donations to a quote-unquote ‘Election Defense Fund,’ which doesn’t actually exist,” Fischer noted. “But the report filed last night show that the money raised largely has not gone towards those legal fees at all.”

Much of the money has gone toward the so-called leadership political action committee that Trump established to keep his grip on the Republican National Committee after he leaves office: “Save America,” which raised more than $549,000 in its first two weeks of existence.

For the Republican party’s national leadership, which has marched in lockstep with the outgoing president’s election-overturning efforts for nearly a month, Trump’s voter-fraud lies also have been a cash cow.

“Trump’s deceptive and misleading claims of a rigged election have been great for fundraising, and both Trump and the RNC have have benefited from that fundraising,” Fischer said. “So it certainly appears to be in the the interest of both Trump and the and the RNC to continue to drag out these completely unfounded lawsuits that are going to be going nowhere because it’s great for their fundraising.”

The Wall Street Journal reported early last month that half—or more—of the donation money goes to paying down campaign debts, and the Republican National Committee reaps up to 40-percent of some of these drives.

Released on Thursday night, the Federal Election Commission filings also show how Trump has rewarded the registered foreign agents whom he once promised to drive out of Washington but who became his top bundlers.

One of them, Florida-based lobbyist Brian Ballard, previously represented the Turkish government and Turkey’s state-run Halkbank, which is now awaiting a criminal trial for what prosecutors call a record-breaking money laundering scheme to Iran. That case has drawn scrutiny to what critics call Trump’s corrupt relationship with Turkey’s strongman Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Ballard, whose firm collected a paycheck from that government for years and met with Lev Parnas in Washington’s Watergate Hotel the day before Trump’s inauguration, bundled $235,000 for the political action committee Trump Victory in the final weeks of the election cycle.

Trump nominated Ballard to the board of trustees for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday.

The newly disclosed itemized disbursements show nearly 100 entries for payments to Trump Hotel Collections, Trump International Hotel, Trump Restaurants LLC, and Trump Tower Commercial LLC, adding up to more than $100,000 before Election Day.

That figure does not include money paid to Trump properties by Trump Victory, a joint fundraising committee benefits nearly two dozen national and local Republican parties and entities.

That political action committee spent more than $1 million on Trump businesses in the recently disclosed filings, including $294,019.95 on facility rental and catering services at New York’s Trump Tower on Nov. 12, after Trump lost the race to President-elect Joe Biden. It also gave Trump’s son Donald Trump, Jr. a $720.37 travel reimbursement that same day.

Some money, though relatively little, has gone to legal fees, like the campaign’s $250,000 marked as debt or obligations to the firm Smith & Liss, which represented Lin Wood in a federal lawsuit in Georgia where a Trump-appointed judge refused to block certification of the election results.

On top of finding the claims meritless, U.S. District Judge Steven Grimberg ruled that Wood lacked standing. Wood’s attorney Ray Stallings Smith III disclosed at the time that he was retained by the Trump campaign in order to change the judge’s mind, in a case currently under review by the 11th Circuit.

Fischer, from the Campaign Legal Center, estimates that Trump and the Republicans spent roughly $14 million on legal and recount fees.
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lawrenceRaider 11:56 AM 12-05-2020
Funniest thing is Trump really isn't any different than any of the rest of our politicians. Aside from being more obvious about it. Him being so blatant calls attention to the rest of their grift which is why they all hate him so much.
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GloryDayz 12:16 PM 12-05-2020
Originally Posted by Titty Meat:
Whered your 100 go?
^^ Elementary school dropout.
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vonBobo 12:21 PM 12-05-2020
Originally Posted by lawrenceRaider:
Funniest thing is Trump really isn't any different than any of the rest of our politicians. Aside from being more obvious about it. Him being so blatant calls attention to the rest of their grift which is why they all hate him so much.
Yup. This type of pac setup is nothing new, this is standard slush fund tactics used by both D&Rs.

I think most people know our government is corrupt and they play games to get their hands on our money, it's been like that for every nation since recorded history. But most of us have the bills paid and food in the kitchen and our lives are generally ok. It's a balance to steal from us yet keep us just happy enough not to riot.

Then a rich guy acting tough comes along and promises he is going to end our government corruption and half the country believed that he really did want to. Four years later we have seen his system of bribes and hush money to retain power is just the same playbook the politicos have been using all along, he hasn't done a single thing to drain the swamp.
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Prison Bitch 01:58 PM 12-08-2020

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Prison Bitch 08:43 PM 12-09-2020
One hour left!



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Titty Meat 09:53 PM 12-09-2020
Originally Posted by GloryDayz:
^^ Elementary school dropout.
I'm not the one who gave money to a supposed billionaire you rube
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