Rachel Maddow joined the Trump campaign on Monday night for continuing to ask her supporters for money to fund frivolous lawsuits that are being laughed at out of court in states across the country.
She also had a deep love for those "gullible" Trump supporters who continue to be stolen from the president's campaign.
"Your fixed-income great-aunt who sends in $ 10 every time the Trump campaign text her, email her, telling her they are desperate for their money to litigate and the second Can Win Term For Trump – Do You Think She Is Getting A Good Bang For Your Money? "Asked Maddow.
"Will your gullible, Trump-supportive, QAnon-believing cousin get his money's worth by raising money to help Trumpy attorneys file their new lawsuit against the Michigan vote?" She added.
Rachel Maddow urges gullible MAGA supporters to stop letting the Trump campaign mislead them into funding false legal challenges. #maddow pic.twitter.com/MXwUodbSTt
– PoliticusUSA (@politicususa) December 1, 2020
Did you make your money there, right? Her fixed-income great-aunt, who sends in $ 10 every time the Trump campaign text her, email her, telling her they are desperate for their money to litigate the election and the second term win for Trump. Do you think she's getting a good bang for her buck? Do you think she's glad she paid for this Wisconsin recount and all these lawsuits? Will your gullible, Trump-supportive, QAnon-believing cousin get their money's worth if he brings in money to help Trumpy attorneys file their new lawsuit against the Michigan vote? This is the new lawsuit, the new lawsuit from the Trump lawyers in Michigan, which is about their expert testimony that they just filed in court. It's about how clearly there was fraud in Edison County, Michigan. They say they can prove this scam in Edison County Michigan. Michigan doesn't even have a county with that name. There's no such thing as Edison County, Michigan. But this is the Trump lawsuit in Michigan alleging serious fraud there. Yes, it's very hard to find the scam there if you can't find the county there because the county doesn't exist. But hey, you know, looks good in the fundraising letter.
Trump's legal challenges are ridiculed
Rather than acknowledge that he lost the election and conceded it with a measure of grace, Donald Trump has just cemented his legacy as a little, little man who has never put the country before his own interests.
For the past few weeks, Trump has been running elections on social media. In courtrooms across the country, his legal team has tried unsuccessfully to dismiss the outcome of the race.
Whether it's spending $ 3 million on a Wisconsin recount that only increased Joe Biden's lead or filing a fraud lawsuit in a nonexistent Michigan county, these legal challenges were a joke.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump continues to encourage his supporters to send money for his campaign that would make more sense if it were flushed in a toilet.
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Sean Colarossi currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and was an organizing fellow for both of President Obama's presidential campaigns. He also worked with Planned Parenthood as the Outreach Organizer of the Affordable Care Act in 2014, helping Northeast Ohio residents get health insurance.