Anti-MAGA Ad Intended To Get Trump On The Rise Upsets Trump

  • A commercial aired in Bedminister, New Jersey, in which former President Trump and his followers poke.
  • Trump snapped back at Truth Social threatening legal action.
  • The co-founder of the Lincoln Project, the organization that aired the ad, said, “Go for it, bitch!”

A commercial that aired on a local Fox News cable channel where former President Donald Trump’s summer home is located trolls Trump and his MAGA supporters.

The Lincoln Project aired the one-minute commercial in Bedminister, New Jersey, Thursday morning. It referred to Trump’s attempts to undo the 2020 presidential election.

“Trump told you the election was stolen to rip you off, to cheat you, to take your hard-earned money and put it in his pockets. He spent it on himself not to take back the White House.” , the organization’s ad continued. .

The commercial likely referred to Trump’s aggressive email campaigns asking his supporters for money. After the raid on his home in Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s email campaign yielded millions of dollars.

The House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack has accused the Trump campaign of misleading donors by putting forward the “big lie” — the conspiracy that Trump won the 2020 election.

In the first six months of 2021, Trump made more than $62 million, plus another $23 million in the second half of the year, The Washington Post reported.

The Post reported that many emails claimed to be sending donations to a non-existent “official election defense fund”.

“There wasn’t just the big lie,” said Representative Zoe Lofgren, who sits on the Jan. 6 committee, “there was the big scam.”

Some of Trump’s political emails can be viewed in an online archive.

“It was the biggest scam in political history. Every dollar you sent him paid to keep his shady business empire and lavish lifestyle going. It’s always been a sucker game. And do you know who the sucker is? You,” concluded the commercial.

The former president retaliated against Truth Social, threatening to sue Fox News despite the ad being a local purchase: “The Perverts and Lowlifes of the Lincoln Project are back on, where else, Fox News. I thought they were running away to the asylum after their last catastrophic campaign, with accusations against them that were nonsense, and I got a lot more votes in 2020 than I got in 2016.”

Trump insisted that “the perverts shouldn’t be ‘false advertising’, and Fox News shouldn’t let it happen. See you in court!!!”

Rick Wilson, the co-founder of the Lincoln Project, further taunted Trump in a video he posted on Twitter.

“Go for it! Go for it, bitch,” Wilson said. ‘Come to me. I can not wait. We’re very happy the thought of you trying to sue us, Donald.’

In a press release, the other co-founder of the Lincoln Project, Reed Galen, said Trump “driven his supporters into a frenzy with utter disregard for what it means to the nation. Now Trump’s supporters are threatening violence and trying to force our free and undermine fair elections, while continuing to raise money and “live big,” Galen said.

The Trump news agency and the Lincoln Project did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.