One thing we’ve noticed about politicians lately is that many of them who enter politics are not necessarily wealthy going in, but oh, are they “in the money” coming out.
It appears the best way to become a millionaire, these days, is to get elected to a national office, whether for US Congress, US Senate, and beyond. Then you have access to all sorts of money sources.
Green Party presidential candidate, Jill Stein, made out like a bandit when she collected upwards of around 7 million dollars for a vote recount that ultimately fizzled out into nothing. Now, she has the responsibility of figuring out what to do with the 2 million dollars left over that didn’t get spent.
Interesting ain’t it, how Jill Stein was bleating about integrity in politics, collecting millions of dollars for recount efforts and then when nothing came of those recounts she sorta kinda disappeared…Sadly there is a sucker born every minute, and the majority of them are in the Green Party. Oh and they think they’ll get some refunds and some task force or something or other but ultimately it seems like it was just a scam.
Following in the footsteps of her boss, Kellyanne Conway responds with one perfect tweet:
A real "woman of the people" convinced about "integrity of the election" will pocket $2 million from her multiple failed efforts. https://t.co/RNnHQeS9kY
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) January 6, 2017
It appears that the anti-Trump snowflakes are also sheep who flock to whatever line their liberal “celebrity politician flavor of the month” tells them!
The movie “The Idiocracy” is starting to look so relevant to what is actually happening in American politics, in real life, that it’s uncanny and a little frightening!