Sitting on the Cash


Posted: Sep 23, 2022 12:01 AM

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The dictionary defines “grift” as “a petty or small-scale swindle.” What is happening to the Republican Party trumps that and jeopardizes the Republican takeover of Congress. Not enough people are willing to discuss it.

The financial disclosure numbers are out. Combined, the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee have $80 million. Again, that is the combined amount of both parties. Former President Donald Trump’s Save America PAC has $99 million in cash, more than both major political parties.

Unfortunately for Trump’s endorsed candidates like Herschel Walker in Georgia, Adam Laxalt in Nevada, Blake Masters in Arizona and Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania, the former president has chosen to pay his legal and travel bills, not fund his preferred candidates. According to the financial disclosure report, Save America PAC spent around $150,000 to beat Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., in her primary, $3.8 million on legal fees and $800,000 on travel and events.

Republicans in the Senate, scrambling to take back that house of Congress, have

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