Republican National Committee donors paid big money to hear twice-impeached and a two time loser liar in Palm Beach, the "new political power center" for the GOP.
This is the difference between Grift, to obtain money illicitly as in a confidence game and Graft, is the acquisition of some gain such as money in dishonest or questionable ways. These people made a ton of money while they were supposed to be focusing on serving the public.
For the previous grift-grafters, the American presidency was apparently a political business like many others they’ve taken advantage of as a means to enrich themselves, a piggy bank to drain of taxpayers cash, and leave in far worse condition than when they had found it.
The RNC paid #TwiceImpeached #LameDuckDonald to have their donor retreat at Mar-a-Lago. A good grift if you can get it.How are they still capable of shoveling their BS while their followers are eagerly eating it up faster then ever before? The big lie. They have damaged this nation by promoting the "big lie" of widespread election fraud and worse, they made money off of it.
A US government intelligence report released earlier this month said the false election fraud claims will "almost certainly" fuel further acts of domestic terrorism this year.
The Republican Party had managed to raise approximately $255 million over an eight-plus week period following the November election, a New York Times report found. Moreover, the individuals charged in the Capitol riot upped their political donations by 75 percent over the five-week period following the election, compared with the five-week period preceding it, NBC News reported.
According to multiple reports, the two time loser took a profane detour from his prepared remarks Saturday, delivering a scorched-earth tirade against a long list of his foes. He reportedly slammed Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as a “dumb son of a bitch” and a “stone cold loser,” Dr. Anthony Fauci as “full of crap,” and similarly mature comments about former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Mike Pence, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), Sen. Ben Sasse(R-NE), and even Oprah.
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He had mansions, private jets, fancy cars, nice clothes until the folks who got smart stopped sending him money he’s wasting.