The Sham Trump Verdict and the Big Money Shift

As the old saying goes, “Follow the money.” And if you do, you will find yourself at Mar-a-Lago and witnessing the obscene money shift.

After the sham verdict in the kangaroo court in New York City Americans have awakened to the crooked justice system that helped get Biden elected and Trump convicted. Of course the conviction won’t stand, but Democrats hope to use it as a reason for the next major election cheat.

Sadly for them, the 2024 Presidential Election will be too big to rig. First, look at what the verdict did for Trump with the “little guy”.

Initial reports were that Trump raised $34.8 million right after the verdict.

Donald Trump “nearly doubled” his daily fundraising record after a jury found him guilty in his New York hush money case, his campaign said Friday.

“Today, the Trump campaign announced a record shattering small dollar fundraising haul following the sham Biden Trial verdict totaling $34.8 million – nearly double the biggest day ever recorded for the Trump campaign on the WinRed platform,” the Trump campaign said in a statement sent to Newsweek.

Trump is crushing it.

As it turned out, the Trump campaign raised $53 million from small donors. Consider if the average donate was $20, that’s 2.6 million donors. Millions of people who reacted to the sham verdict and now sit ready to reup on Trump whenever he asks. With only two degrees of separation, these donors hit the entire American voting public and the 40 million bots who “voted” for Biden. More on that in a bit.

While Trump solidified his extensive and highly “sticky” base, Trump also converted a few of the mega rich to his camp. Because billionaires certainly see things for how they are.

The big money knows that Americans are outraged over the Trump verdict. The outcome of Trump’s kangaroo court verdict serves as a stark reminder of the 2020 Presidential Election. Also, it reminds one of the Democrat-hijacked January 6 peaceful protest. Understanding the ramifications of the verdict, billionaires in America are speaking out.

Donald Trump’s conviction on falsifying business records led to an immediate reaction from his stable of friendly billionaires.

In the hours after the verdict, figures like Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk, investor David Sacks, and Pershing Square Capital CEO Bill Ackman all offered their support online.

It’s just the latest example of billionaire supporters flocking to Donald Trump. They have already helped reshape the 2024 race in recent months with Trump vacuuming up magnate money to lessen his fundraising gap with Joe Biden.

One show of support came from David Sacks, a billionaire tech investor who is reportedly set to host a Silicon Valley fundraiser for Trump in the coming weeks.

He immediately reacted to the verdict by posting that “there is now only one issue in this election: whether the American people will stand for the USA becoming a Banana Republic.”


Another quick respondent was Musk, who weighed in quickly with a series of posts on the “troubling” verdict.

“Great damage was done today to the public’s faith in the American legal system,” he said in one.

The posts came after a new Wall Street Journal report earlier this week revealed Musk’s close engagement and access with Trump, with the two men having phone conversations multiple times a month.

Musk has said he doesn’t plan to give Trump money but has thrown his support behind him while other billionaires are opening their wallets.

Figures from Blackstone (BX) CEO Steve Schwarzman and hotel tycoon Robert Bigelow to Continental Resources founder and chairman Harold Hamm have all been prominent Trump givers in recent months.

The influx has helped Trump raise about $76 million in April and best Biden’s $51 million total that month. Trump raised over $50 million at a single event with billionaires in early April.


But, at least this week, much of the most vocal business leader commentary has come in on Trump’s side.

Take Ackman, the CEO of Pershing Square Capital. The Financial Times reported on his Trump leanings just this week, and the billionaire himself made it more official after Thursday’s verdict.

He reposted (and seconded) a message from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis that said that the verdict was a result of “the political agenda of some kangaroo court.”

Yes, even Trump’s former challengers and detractors sided with him on this.

Along with DeSantis, Mike Pence chimed in to get some media attention. Pence was incredulous about the verdict, not that Pence matters.

Trump reached voters on the guttural level, something Republicans rarely do. And this means the low-information voter is paying attention. He or she understands Trump’s situation.


I’m not implying that the brother in this video is a low-information voter. Clearly he is not. But I do convey his sentiment.

Trump is being charged worse than Black people. And Black people know it thus the polls prove my point.

Pre-verdict, Blacks have been leaving Biden in droves, but it will only get worse for Democrats, because it’s not just Blacks. Look at how this former Democrat now views Trump.


These people are not outliers. Instead the represent America waking up to the true corruption we’ve overlooked for the most part.

Money Shift

I’m not surprised in the least to see small and big money shift to Trump. Democrats call America a democracy, and we know it to be a Constitutional Republic. However, the real currency is capitalism.

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