A Donald Trump supporter who donated $2.5m to help expose and prosecute claims of fraud in the presidential election wants his money back after what he says are “disappointing results”.
But according to a lawsuit Eshelman filed this week in Houston, first reported by Bloomberg, True the Vote dropped its legal actions and discontinued its Validate the Vote 2020 campaign, then refused to return his calls when he demanded an explanation.
The lack of success of True the Vote’s efforts to challenge the outcome appears to mirror that of the president himself, whose team has lost 38 court actions since the 3 November election, most recently in Pennsylvania where a federal appeals court panel blasted Trump’s legal team for filing a case with no merit.Trump supporter who gave $2.5m to fight election fraud wants money back | US political financing | The Guardian
Trump got 60 percent of the funds raised to spend on whatever he wants personally through his PAC.
Delusion, denial and hyper partisan dysfunction only delay the outcome, which would happen anyway, without all of these things.