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Wow - looks like the verdict has motivated at least SOME people

Donald Trump campaign has raised over $200 MILLION in just THREE days since guilty felony verdict, son Eric Trump claims (dailymail.co.uk)

200 million in donations in 3 days. Of which a shocking 70 million of that is in very small donations of 50 bucks or less.  That's about 1.5 million voters who were so pissed off they took the time to open their wallets and send cash. 

 

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On 6/3/2024 at 1:33 AM, CdnFox said:

Wow - looks like the verdict has motivated at least SOME people

Donald Trump campaign has raised over $200 MILLION in just THREE days since guilty felony verdict, son Eric Trump claims (dailymail.co.uk)

200 million in donations in 3 days. Of which a shocking 70 million of that is in very small donations of 50 bucks or less.  That's about 1.5 million voters who were so pissed off they took the time to open their wallets and send cash. 

 

$100 million of that came from a single ultra-rich ultra-Republican billionaire mega donor who is so wealthy they could buy and sell boogeyman George Soros several times over:  Miriam Adelson, the wife of the recently deceased Las Vegas Casino tycoon Sheldon Adelson. While Jewish like Soros, the Adelsons somehow don’t have Soros’s forest fire-making Jewish space lasers that MTG was once on about  (I know, she said space based magnifying glasses, not “lasers”…but when you’re as batshit as that, those kinds of distinctions don’t really matter)

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1 hour ago, BeaverFever said:

$100 million of that came from a single ultra-rich ultra-Republican billionaire mega donor who is so wealthy they could buy and sell boogeyman George Soros several times over:  

70 plus million of it came in small donations of under $50. And I see that it's been growing a lot since then.

Sounds like he has the support of both the rich and the poor.

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12 hours ago, CdnFox said:

70 plus million of it came in small donations of under $50. And I see that it's been growing a lot since then.

Sounds like he has the support of both the rich and the poor.

The rich are always willing to buy policies and Trump is promising great financial benefits to the wealthy and esp the oil and gas executives and owners. AKA, outright sale of benefits to private businesses. 🤮

Few of the poor will benefit, esp not in the long run as the fossil fuel burning damages will accrue as debts to the taxpayers who will end up paying the mitigation costs.

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1 hour ago, robosmith said:

The rich are always willing to buy policies and Trump is promising great financial benefits to the wealthy and esp the oil and gas executives and owners. AKA, outright sale of benefits to private businesses. 🤮

 

Really. Which benefits specifically is he promising to the wealthy and the oil and gas executives?

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Few of the poor will benefit, esp not in the long run as the fossil fuel burning damages damages will accrue as debts to the taxpayers who will end up paying the mitigation costs.

I don't see Biden promising to end oil and gas use so I would guess that the damage in the future is going to be the same either way. Biden hasn't exactly done a lot for global warming.

But in any case it's still appears that the average person is donating to trump in a large numbers.

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“I worked in five presidential races and helped elect Republican governors or Senators in over half the country. I have never heard anything more transparently desperate than a party trying to spin that there is some non-MAGA pool of voters who can’t wait to vote for a convicted felon.” — Stuart Stevens

. Nor have I.
 

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For Michael Cohen and Stormy Daniels, a ‘vindicating’ moment at last

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The jury that found former president Donald Trump guilty of 34 felony charges delivered not only a historic verdict, but an unusual form of validation for two historically offbeat and divisive witnesses: Michael Cohen and Stormy Daniels.

Fixer and adult-film actress, the pair made up the unlikely axis of the first-ever criminal case against an American president, bearing the uneasy hopes of Trump’s critics and the tireless mockery of his supporters. As they parlayed their roles in the hush money saga into popular books and repeated news media appearances, they were ridiculed, threatened, doubted, dragged in and out of courtrooms and, in Cohen’s case, locked up in prison.

On Thursday, the criminal justice system appeared to affirm that the most important parts of their stories had been true all along.

“Both of them have been living with this since 2016, and have had their credibility, their character, every aspect of their lives under a microscope and picked apart and obviously derided,” said E. Danya Perry, Cohen’s attorney. “It was all the more gratifying and vindicating when the jury came back with such a swift and unanimous verdict.” 

 
 
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