The Master of Record-Breaking Fundraising Has Millions to Fight Voter Fraud





Even though the state of Trump’s presidency hangs in the balance of the electoral college, know that Trumpism has swept across America like a raging fire. President Trump has more political support in the American landscape than any other politician. With 73 million votes, people look favorable at President Trump because he supports their old-fashioned American values.

Because of this unheralded optimism, this leaves up and coming Republican presidential candidates in a state of limbo for 2024. Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush were considering a potential run for the top job but may face a backlash of ill timing.

Fundraising


To financially support his present and future endeavors, Trump has pushed campaign financing to new levels. Before the election, many of Trump’s supporters were receiving fundraising text messages and emails. The messages were saying things like, “can Trump count on you and do not let Trump down.”

The inner circle of the White House knows of Trump’s political ambitions for 2024. Thus, the Trump campaign team has unleashed a profitable political campaign to raise funds. The campaign wants members to donate at least $45.

A donor can give a maximum of $5,000 to a political action committee. Out of this amount, 75% goes to Trump’s P.A.C., and the rest is deposited into the Republican National Committee’s bank account. The R.N.C. further supports two additional committees with donor funds.

When a Trump supporter gives more than $6,000, the extra funds go towards Trump’s legal challenges, which happens to be currently his “recount fund.”

Trump’s new P.A.C. is named Save America. So far, the Trump donor campaign has raised $207.5 million, which is a record-breaking amount. Some of the funds are being used to pay past-due campaign bills from the original 2016 presidential campaign.

According to Mr. Stepien, the donations will support future campaign rally’s, not just for Trump’s presidential run in 2024, but for Senate and House races in 2022. Therefore, everyone will benefit from the donors’ generosity.

Per Trump’s Twitter account, the election process was rigged, wrought with fraud. It is absurd that President-elect Joe Biden received 80 million votes. That has never happened in American history.

However, Mr. Stepien believes that Trump will continue fighting to clean up corrupt elections in America’s cities and rural counties.

Georgia Run-off Elections


Georgia is expecting Trump on Saturday, where he will campaign for the Republican legislative candidates. The run-off election is on January 5, 2021. This election is crucial since it will determine the course of power in the Senate.

Will the president-elect pass whatever legislation he wants? Or perhaps, he will have to fight his way through Senator Mitch McConnell’s bill obstructions. The Senate is the place where Liberal bills and appointees go to die.

R.N.C. vs. D.N.C.


Notwithstanding, Trump uses the funds from his P.A.C.’s fundraising campaign to pay for staff and the rally trip to Georgia. The P.A.C. will guarantee that Trump has operational funds post-presidency. What is especially remarkable is that Trump raised over $200 million in just one month, from October 15, 2020, to November 23, 2020. In total, Trump has raised $495 million for his campaign.

In contrast, President-elect Joe Biden has raised $1 billion for his campaign. But, unlike Trump, he only has $1.5 million in the bank. He spent down all his money. At least, the Democratic National Committee had $23.9 million in the bank as of November 23, 2020.

However, on the other hand, the R.N.C. has $53 million. Right after the election, $5 million in large donations came in. Some of Trump’s biggest donors include:


  • Energy executive Kelcy Warren: $150,000

  • Kenny and Lisa Troutt from Texas: $250,000

  • Amy Warren: $260,000



Likewise, campaign legal debts have been substantial. Trump is responsible to pay several law firms:


  • Jones Day Law Firm: $1.4 million

  • King & Spalding: $1.3 million

  • Consovoy McCarthy: $920,000



Campaign fundraising has paid $8.7 million for recounts of which the Wisconsin Election Company received $5 million, and C. Boyden Gray was paid $114,000 for legal consulting.
The most considerable expense for Trump’s P.A.C. was the $42.4 million payment to the Digital Consulting Group L.L.C.

Furthermore, the campaign paid Reuters News and Media Inc. $666,666 for legal proceedings to fight an intellectual property lawsuit.

Sheldon Adelson, the casino magnate, and his wife Miriam Adelson have given $220 million on the election. From these funds, the pro-Trump super P.A.C. received $90 million, $70 million went for the Senator G.O.P. super P.A.C. and $50 million for the House super P.A.C. Other committees have received millions in funding. For the future, expect the Trump machine to settle many accounts.





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