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(The Daily Beast)   Trump's election reality TV show has grossed $150 million so far. Gross   (thedailybeast.com) divider line
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2020-12-01 1:18:53 AM  
This whole stolen vote thing is the greatest grift in history. He saw how stupid evangelical Christians are, they buy food buckets to survive an apocalypse that would take them home to their god, others who can take "seed money" from desperate poor people, fringe lunatics who think Tom Hanks is a pedophile, and he is building a mailing list of the dumbest and most vulnerable Americans to steal their last dime.

I am trying so hard to believe in God again so I can watch this thief, his family, the religous hucksters who steal from the poor, and all those who look aside and use him for their own ends  burn in hell. I want nothing more than to be proven wrong for no longer believing. What sort of person steals from the scared, poor, and most vulnerable? How big a piece of shiat do you have to be to not just be happy fleecing the wealthy like the Koch's, Mercer's and Ricketts? I want hell to be real, just to see this filth and his band of trash collectors burn for eternity.
 
2020-12-01 1:42:59 AM  
Don't worry. Trump will blow the money and f*ck it all up.

Dude made $400m off the apprentice still f*cking pissed it all away. $150m will buy him a year, tops.

He'll blow it flying around holding rallies that lose $400k each. Just watch.
 
2020-12-01 1:49:35 AM  
I'm just here for the criminal indictments next year.
 
2020-12-01 3:15:08 AM  
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2020-12-01 3:20:00 AM  
Probably not the first time he has been kicked out of a party and fisted every coat pocket in the cloakroom on the way out the door.
 
2020-12-01 3:27:32 AM  
The amount of money raised in the month since the election eclipses what the campaign took in during the entire second quarter of the year.

This MONTH?  It's only been three weeks!
 
2020-12-01 3:29:39 AM  

fusillade762: The amount of money raised in the month since the election eclipses what the campaign took in during the entire second quarter of the year.

This MONTH?  It's only been three weeks!


4 weeks as of today.  2 days til Dec. 3rd, election was on Nov. 3rd.
 
2020-12-01 3:50:39 AM  
Minus that $2.5M some sucker is suing to get back after the PAC he donated it to decided to stop doing stuff.

It's always a grift with conservatives. Always.
 
2020-12-01 3:54:07 AM  
He's constantly stealing money.. and still constantly in debt.  He's really bad at what he does.
 
2020-12-01 4:05:29 AM  

Alphax: He's constantly stealing money.. and still constantly in debt.  He's really bad at what he does

everything he does.

ftf every sane person.

Actually, he's very good at failing...and farking things up...and snorting drugs ...and freaking out animals and small children.

So there is that.
 
2020-12-01 4:05:29 AM  

Alphax: He's constantly stealing money.. and still constantly in debt.  He's really bad at what he does.


Nah, think back what you wrote. If you've gotten a business loan, put the business up as collateral, run it into the ground via grifting and now it's bankrupt, who's in trouble, you or the bank?

Running out of money in a sure-fire shot like grifting Republicans or running a casino in Atlantic City means you've stolen more than is feasible. Does that make you a business failure or a business success? Your own morals will determine the answer to that, but the future will show even when Trump is obviously 8 figures in debt he'll still be eating better meals than you do. (Before anyone tries the obvious prison food joke he won't serve a day in prison.)
 
2020-12-01 4:12:55 AM  

Aussie_As: Alphax: He's constantly stealing money.. and still constantly in debt.  He's really bad at what he does.

Nah, think back what you wrote. If you've gotten a business loan, put the business up as collateral, run it into the ground via grifting and now it's bankrupt, who's in trouble, you or the bank?

Running out of money in a sure-fire shot like grifting Republicans or running a casino in Atlantic City means you've stolen more than is feasible. Does that make you a business failure or a business success? Your own morals will determine the answer to that, but the future will show even when Trump is obviously 8 figures in debt he'll still be eating better meals than you do. (Before anyone tries the obvious prison food joke he won't serve a day in prison.)


Well, he was given hundreds of millions of dollars, and now is trying to hide how many billions of dollars in debt he is..
 
2020-12-01 4:19:45 AM  
One of President Biden's first acts should be to cancel Trump & family passports. Former Presidents serve at the needs of the President (he may need "advice," for instance). It's part of the compensation package. Keep Trump on a short tether. Ditto his family who have "unique information" within themselves.
 
2020-12-01 4:34:36 AM  

LrdPhoenix: fusillade762: The amount of money raised in the month since the election eclipses what the campaign took in during the entire second quarter of the year.

This MONTH?  It's only been three weeks!

4 weeks as of today.  2 days til Dec. 3rd, election was on Nov. 3rd.


This MONTH? It's only been 3 decades!
 
2020-12-01 4:37:29 AM  

Aussie_As: Running out of money in a sure-fire shot like grifting Republicans or running a casino in Atlantic City means you've stolen more than is feasible. Does that make you a business failure or a business success? Your own morals will determine the answer to that, but the future will show even when Trump is obviously 8 figures in debt he'll still be eating better meals than you do. (Before anyone tries the obvious prison food joke he won't serve a day in prison.)


Why go for a prison food joke when you've got burnt steak slathered in ketchup right there on the plate.
 
2020-12-01 4:40:51 AM  
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2020-12-01 4:48:49 AM  

shpritz: Aussie_As: Running out of money in a sure-fire shot like grifting Republicans or running a casino in Atlantic City means you've stolen more than is feasible. Does that make you a business failure or a business success? Your own morals will determine the answer to that, but the future will show even when Trump is obviously 8 figures in debt he'll still be eating better meals than you do. (Before anyone tries the obvious prison food joke he won't serve a day in prison.)

Why go for a prison food joke when you've got burnt steak slathered in ketchup right there on the plate.


I was obviously wrong the first time, he'll be eating shiatty takeaway cheeseburgers like always. The fart stench must be severe.
 
2020-12-01 4:57:19 AM  
$100 million of that was pure profit.
 
2020-12-01 5:04:54 AM  

Aussie_As: shpritz: Aussie_As: Running out of money in a sure-fire shot like grifting Republicans or running a casino in Atlantic City means you've stolen more than is feasible. Does that make you a business failure or a business success? Your own morals will determine the answer to that, but the future will show even when Trump is obviously 8 figures in debt he'll still be eating better meals than you do. (Before anyone tries the obvious prison food joke he won't serve a day in prison.)

Why go for a prison food joke when you've got burnt steak slathered in ketchup right there on the plate.

I was obviously wrong the first time, he'll be eating shiatty takeaway cheeseburgers like always. The fart stench must be severe.


Plenty of recent stories about White House staff using lots of scented candles to try and cover it up.
 
2020-12-01 5:34:41 AM  

Alphax: He's constantly stealing money.. and still constantly in debt.  He's really bad at what he does.


I wonder if he has a monumentally yuge gambling debt, like no one's ever seen.

Maybe he doubled-or-nothing the Buffalo Bills when they went to the Superb Owl four straight years?

Probably put it all on Ali in three rounds in the second Tyson-Holyfield fight.

Or maybe buying two casinos and building a third to cannibalize each other in Atlantic City is even more expensive than imagined - even if you don't pay your contractors.

I know, I know - trump* steaks, water, vodka, university, etc. - but those don't seem like mega-money losers to the tune of his actual debt.
 
2020-12-01 5:34:57 AM  

Alphax: Aussie_As: shpritz: Aussie_As: Running out of money in a sure-fire shot like grifting Republicans or running a casino in Atlantic City means you've stolen more than is feasible. Does that make you a business failure or a business success? Your own morals will determine the answer to that, but the future will show even when Trump is obviously 8 figures in debt he'll still be eating better meals than you do. (Before anyone tries the obvious prison food joke he won't serve a day in prison.)

Why go for a prison food joke when you've got burnt steak slathered in ketchup right there on the plate.

I was obviously wrong the first time, he'll be eating shiatty takeaway cheeseburgers like always. The fart stench must be severe.

Plenty of recent stories about White House staff using lots of scented candles to try and cover it up.


Those aren't farts. They're soiled Depends.
 
2020-12-01 5:41:05 AM  

mrparks: Probably not the first time he has been kicked out of a party and fisted every coat pocket in the cloakroom on the way out the door.


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2020-12-01 5:42:21 AM  

YabbaDabbaDouchebag: Alphax: He's constantly stealing money.. and still constantly in debt.  He's really bad at what he does.

I wonder if he has a monumentally yuge gambling debt, like no one's ever seen.

Maybe he doubled-or-nothing the Buffalo Bills when they went to the Superb Owl four straight years?

Probably put it all on Ali in three rounds in the second Tyson-Holyfield fight.

Or maybe buying two casinos and building a third to cannibalize each other in Atlantic City is even more expensive than imagined - even if you don't pay your contractors.

I know, I know - trump* steaks, water, vodka, university, etc. - but those don't seem like mega-money losers to the tune of his actual debt.


If you read this book, it'll explain a lot of that.

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2020-12-01 5:44:35 AM  
Perfect, so all those cities that the campaign owes money to can sue, and if they do not pay then put liens on all his properties.

It's time to start Mike Tyson punching all of these motherfarkers and don't stop.
 
2020-12-01 7:01:15 AM  
LOL, people dumb enough to donate money to a self-proclaimed billionaire. It's dumber than donating to a church.
 
2020-12-01 7:22:02 AM  
A while ago I got put on the spam list for the Trump campaign (signing up for free tickets to a rally I obviously had no intention of attending). So right now I'm getting about six emails per day on average. I clicked the donate link on the most recent one to read the fine print. We're now at:
* 75% of the contribution goes to Two-Scoops' PAC, up to $5k, with the excess going to the recount/legal  challenge fund.
* 25% to the RNC

So you'd need to donate $6667 (LOL) before twenty-five cents made it to the recount fund.

Oh, and there's still an unexplained "1000% match" made to your donation AND a box is checked making your donation recurring.

But the best part is, as soon as I went to close the window, this popped up:

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WAIT, DON'T GO, STONKS ARE DOING GOOD. PLZ GIVE!
 
2020-12-01 7:41:29 AM  
Trump's parting words: "thanks for the cash!"
 
2020-12-01 7:47:21 AM  
Dumbass Trumpers who can barely pay their bills are putting their money straight into Trump's pocket, as if they couldn't be even more stupid.

So pissed that that's as inciteful and articulate as I can be after reading that.
 
2020-12-01 8:00:02 AM  

Unscratchable_Itch: Dumbass Trumpers who can barely pay their bills are putting their money straight into Trump's pocket, as if they couldn't be even more stupid.


It reminds me of reading that kids around the country were actually sending their own money to Kylie Jenner, trying to "help" her hit the $1 billion mark.
 
2020-12-01 8:03:25 AM  
For any enemy of the US, contributing to the GOP campaign (legal fund) right now is probably has the single highest return on investment.
 
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2020-12-01 8:55:56 AM  
The FTC needs to classify this as a scam upon the elderly.
 
2020-12-01 9:42:08 AM  

Cubansaltyballs: Don't worry. Trump will blow the money and f*ck it all up.

Dude made $400m off the apprentice still f*cking pissed it all away. $150m will buy him a year, tops.

He'll blow it flying around holding rallies that lose $400k each. Just watch.


The $150 million is just to pay down the campaign debt. It's not making a dent in the $421 million debt that's coming due.
 
2020-12-01 12:04:41 PM  
If he has raised $150 million from this charade, then $20,000 a day for Rudy is a farking steal.
 
2020-12-01 12:33:35 PM  
Damn it feels good to be a grifter.....This is an astounding sum of money that people are throwing away in the middle of losing their livelihoods.
 
2020-12-01 3:48:11 PM  

stoli n coke: Cubansaltyballs: Don't worry. Trump will blow the money and f*ck it all up.

Dude made $400m off the apprentice still f*cking pissed it all away. $150m will buy him a year, tops.

He'll blow it flying around holding rallies that lose $400k each. Just watch.

The $150 million is just to pay down the campaign debt. It's not making a dent in the $421 million debt that's coming due.


The original $50m he put in during the 2016 campaign was never forgiven, so it was always on the books as a debt.

But don't worry.. Trump will absolutely die penniless. He'll make sure he screws up any windfall.

I fully expect him to buy a new plane and blow a stupid amount of money trying to recreate the spectacle he had as president. He will blow through that money faster than you think.
 
2020-12-01 6:07:02 PM  

Man with the Red Eyes: YabbaDabbaDouchebag: Alphax: He's constantly stealing money.. and still constantly in debt.  He's really bad at what he does.

I wonder if he has a monumentally yuge gambling debt, like no one's ever seen.

Maybe he doubled-or-nothing the Buffalo Bills when they went to the Superb Owl four straight years?

Probably put it all on Ali in three rounds in the second Tyson-Holyfield fight.

Or maybe buying two casinos and building a third to cannibalize each other in Atlantic City is even more expensive than imagined - even if you don't pay your contractors.

I know, I know - trump* steaks, water, vodka, university, etc. - but those don't seem like mega-money losers to the tune of his actual debt.

If you read this book, it'll explain a lot of that.

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Thanks for The recco.
 
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