Dems Quiet on Their Impeachment Fundraising Efforts as RNC Gains 600K New Donors
In yet another sign that American voters are rejecting the Democrats’ sham impeachment push, Axios reports that the Republican National Committee has gained over 600,000 new donors since the start of the hoax attempt to remove President Trump from office.
On the contrary, the Democratic National Committee “said it has no specific donor or dollar figures to share on impeachment.”
RNC deputy chief of staff Mike Reed told Axios, “Voters are consistently expressing how they want Washington to focus on real issues.”
Just last week, as the House Judiciary Committee moved forward with two articles of impeachment against the president, the Trump campaign and RNC took in a combined $10 million in small-dollar donations.
Republicans also raised $15 million in the 72 hours following Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announcement that she would continue with an impeachment inquiry.
Axios writes, “Since the impeachment inquiry began, an official said, a quarter of Trump rally registrants are self-described Democrats or independents, and about the same proportion are low-propensity voters.”
While Democrats didn’t release any donation numbers to Axios, they did say that their impeachment ads are 70 percent more effective than other ads produced by the DNC.
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