Despite all of the good that online crowdfunding campaigns can do, you just cannot stop the power and passion of a grassroots campaign to do something. Why, because the people involved just care more.
Give you an example. A few years ago, when the one movie theater in the small town I grew up in finally had to switch to a digital projector since movie studios weren’t sending actual film reels anymore, they were hit with two things…a time limit and a cost.
They had somewhere around a year and change to get the money together to buy a digital projector so they could keep showing movies. Problem is, being a small theater they didn’t exactly have AMC money. They had to turn to the community. Young and old, still living in town and thousands of miles away donated money so the folks that owned the theater could continue to show movies. They got their projector. Now, people are doing the same thing for Trump.
The money will go toward Trump and anybody who stood by him as far as they could. There are far more people, over 75 million, who still believe in the United States as founded. Josh Hawley might have lost corporate cash but grassroots more than makes up for that. He stood as far as he could to keep Trump in office.
Trump asked people several times to NOT be violent. He’s the only President to pull us OUT of wars!
The American people regularly pull together in times of distress. Josh Hawley pulled in over $900,000 in January. He released a memo detailing a $969,000 addition to his operation.
It’s more than he’s earned in any one month since he was elected with the average being only $52. About 12,000 new donors were added.
The Senate Conservatives Fund already had a bundle for him, more than $300,000. The money may always be for Trump since we finally had a return to original government. Back when we were fighting for our independence, how did our infant government work? Businessmen such as doctors, lawyers and farmers all came together a couple times a year to do any business thought necessary. They then went back to their original occupations.