Hey Republicans: Heads Up! Don’t Trust Republicans.

November 30, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Goodness gracious, they have started stealing from each other!

Staffers for Senate Republicans’ campaign arm seized information on more than 200,000 donors from the House GOP campaign committee over several months this year by breaking into its computer system, three sources with knowledge of the breach told POLITICO.

Okay, you have to know that you’re facing a total breakdown when you start stealing from each other.

Multiple NRSC (Senate) staffers, who previously worked for the NRCC (House), used old database login information to gain access to House Republicans’ donor lists this year.

So here we have McConnell stealing donor lists from Ryan. That’s horrible. No, wait, that’s funny.  Damn funny.

The Senate Campaign Committee has reason to steal – it is spending more than it takes in.

The NRSC has spent more money than it has raised four months in a row, according to campaign finance reports, leaving it with $14 million on hand and more than $10 million in debt.

The NRCC’s fundraising has continued to climb. The House committee finished last month with $17 million more in its bank account than at this point in any previous election cycle.

Well, that news just made my whole day!

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.

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5 Comments to “Hey Republicans: Heads Up! Don’t Trust Republicans.”


  1. So we’re forced to spend more and more obscene amounts of money on campaigns, but at least the GOP is running broke. If the race always went to the one spending more, that would make me feel even better.

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  2. The party of fiscal irresponsibility. What a bunch of maroons.

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  3. “The NRCC’s fundraising has continued to climb. The House committee finished last month with $17 million more in its bank account than at this point in any previous election cycle.”

    Now that’s disturbing.

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  4. There truly is no honor amongst thieves.

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  5. WA Skeptic says:

    If only they could tap the Koch Bros or Mercer without the donors wanting to be repaid with OUR money.

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