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Trump isn’t trying to overturn the Election — he’s running ONE MORE SCAM before leaving office: columnist


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Columnist Dana Milbank says that President Trump’s efforts to undermine the legitimacy of the 2020 aren’t really about having the results overturned, it’s about getting in one more scam to line his pockets before his tenure ends.

 

“That’s the way it appears, at least, from the scores of fundraising emails his campaign has sent out since the election,” Milbank writes. “He seems to be asking for funds to challenge the election, but the fine print shows that the money could let him line his own coffers. The tin-pot-dictator routine looks more as if it’s about passing the tin cup.”

 

Milbank points to a recent fundraising effort put out by Trump where he asks supporters to donate to “DEFEND the integrity of this Election.” When one clicks on the link within the message, the fine print says that 60 percent of the contribution, up to $5,000, goes to “Save America,” Trump’s newly created leadership PAC. The other 40 percent of the contribution up to $35,500, goes to the Republican National Committee’s operating account.

 

 

“Only after reaching the first maximum would a single penny go to Trump’s ‘Recount Account,’ and only after reaching the second maximum would a penny go to the RNC’s legal account,” Milbank writes.

 

Read the full article over at The Washington Post.

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Trump’s luxury hotels, resorts, golf courses and condos have failed to earn him enough money to offset the mounting debt he faces coming out of the presidency. His supporters often don’t have the funds available to stay at his properties or join his exclusive clubs. Even Donald Trump Jr. couldn’t score huge profits off of his book “Triggered,” instead having the Republican Party and his father’s campaign buy copies to give away.

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Whats this Zhannity?

Trump forces out top cybersecurity official tasked with stamping out election misinformation:

Bryan Ware, the Assistant Director for Cybersecurity for the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), has been asked by the Trump administration to resign, Reuters reports. He reportedly handed in his resignation this Thursday.

 

According to CNN, Ware wrote to colleagues, saying that he’s leaving “with much sadness…it’s too soon.”

 

Ware’s departure comes as the CISA rose to the forefront in the effort to stamp out false information regarding the 2020 election, including fraudulent claims of dead people voting and that “secret” watermarks on ballots are helping the federal government audit illegal votes.

 

“You see that in elections, I think we did really well, partnering with local governments and the broader ecosystem to protect this election,” Ware said, according to Bloomberg.

 

 
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5 hours ago, benson13 said:

Columnist Dana Milbank says that President Trump’s efforts to undermine the legitimacy of the 2020 aren’t really about having the results overturned, it’s about getting in one more scam to line his pockets before his tenure ends.

 

“That’s the way it appears, at least, from the scores of fundraising emails his campaign has sent out since the election,” Milbank writes. “He seems to be asking for funds to challenge the election, but the fine print shows that the money could let him line his own coffers. The tin-pot-dictator routine looks more as if it’s about passing the tin cup.”

 

Milbank points to a recent fundraising effort put out by Trump where he asks supporters to donate to “DEFEND the integrity of this Election.” When one clicks on the link within the message, the fine print says that 60 percent of the contribution, up to $5,000, goes to “Save America,” Trump’s newly created leadership PAC. The other 40 percent of the contribution up to $35,500, goes to the Republican National Committee’s operating account.

 

 

“Only after reaching the first maximum would a single penny go to Trump’s ‘Recount Account,’ and only after reaching the second maximum would a penny go to the RNC’s legal account,” Milbank writes.

 

Read the full article over at The Washington Post.

 

 What a Joke.  Fucking Washington Post. LOL LOL.  No question it's about overturning the outrageous corruption.  

 

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19 hours ago, benson13 said:

Columnist Dana Milbank says that President Trump’s efforts to undermine the legitimacy of the 2020 aren’t really about having the results overturned, it’s about getting in one more scam to line his pockets before his tenure ends.

 

“That’s the way it appears, at least, from the scores of fundraising emails his campaign has sent out since the election,” Milbank writes. “He seems to be asking for funds to challenge the election, but the fine print shows that the money could let him line his own coffers. The tin-pot-dictator routine looks more as if it’s about passing the tin cup.”

 

Milbank points to a recent fundraising effort put out by Trump where he asks supporters to donate to “DEFEND the integrity of this Election.” When one clicks on the link within the message, the fine print says that 60 percent of the contribution, up to $5,000, goes to “Save America,” Trump’s newly created leadership PAC. The other 40 percent of the contribution up to $35,500, goes to the Republican National Committee’s operating account.

 

 

“Only after reaching the first maximum would a single penny go to Trump’s ‘Recount Account,’ and only after reaching the second maximum would a penny go to the RNC’s legal account,” Milbank writes.

 

Read the full article over at The Washington Post.

You make my instinctive awareness boil, so I am going to use something I posted in your buddy stra8tedges's thread here. as you only debate two sides and I am placing the third ignored side known as silent majority.  As much as I despise Donald Trump personality, in the last 4 years he did represent the silent majority and the 62 last election and 72 million this election. Hell of a scam he pulled off.

 

Gee, 78 million votes for biden, 72 million for Trump, 80 registered voters didn't vote. Where is the majority of the three?

 

10 million of the 80 had ballots filled out for them by someone other than the registered voter. Guess which candidate got 95% of those(my estimation) 10 million.

 

there won't be an audit in california, New York, Illinois, or urban areas that make a state blue by population overpopulating on concrete jungles.

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