Democratic Fund Raising At 14 Year Low While Republicans Hit All Time High

Do you ever get tired of “winning” all the time? Democrats must be beside themselves at this latest news.

We all know money helps win elections and it looks like the Republicans have a big advantage in that department.

Daily Wire has the story:

Was it not just two months prior that the leftwing Politico was squeeeeeing!with glee over how that awful Donald Trump was serving as “rocket fuel” for Democrat fundraising? Why, yes — yes it was. Wow, what a difference two months and a healthy dose of reality makes, because… Despite enjoying the 24/7 support of that leftwing, corporate-sponsored super PAC we call the mainstream media, Democrat fundraising did not just collapse in May, it collapsed to a low unseen in 14 years:

“The Democratic National Committee raised only $4.29 million in May, the organization’s worst fundraising performance in that month since 2003, according to data from the Federal Election Commission.

In May 2003, the DNC raised $2.7 million, but since that time, the party’s worst totals in May had previously been $4.5 million in both 2005 and 2015. It is common for fundraising totals to dip in the year following a presidential election race.”

Yes, it is common for fundraising totals to dip in off-years, but just last month, in April — you know, a mere 30 days after that Politico squeeeee! ran — Democrats collected just $4.7 million, their worst showing since 2009. And there have been nearly 10 off-years since 2003. This off-year just seems to be a particularly off off-year.

Meanwhile, during this terrible off-year, the Republican National Committee is — get this — breaking fundraising records, but in a good way. What I mean is that for the merry ol’ month of May, Republicans raised more money than ever:

“Today, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and Finance Chairman Steve Wynn announced the RNC raised $10.8 million in May, a new post-presidential record, and $61.9 million overall in 2017.”

The 2018 mid terms are going to be very interesting.

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