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Why Is the Mainstream Media Ignoring this Shocking Q4 Fundraising Blockbuster News?

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There's huge, screaming fourth-quarter fundraising result that the mainstream media has totally ignored. The total fundraising by Democratic primary candidates more than tripled Donald Trump's fourth-quarter fundraising. The question is, why are the MSM not talking about it?

Trump raised $46 million.

Sanders raised $34.5

Buttigieg Raised $24.5

Biden raised $22.7

Warren raised $21.2

Yang raised $16.5

Klobuchar raised $11.4

Booker raised $6.6

Gabbard raised $3.4

The Democratic candidates raised a total of $140.8.

That's alone is more than triple what Trump raised.

Then there are the billionaires, Steyer and Bloomberg. Add over $100 million more spent, call it $110 million and that's probably an underestimate. That puts the total raised or spent at over $250 million. And whatever the DNC, the DSCC, the DCCC and other Democratic organization raised is not even included (and I can't find a report of the DNC's 4th quarter fundraising results).

I just don't understand why the comparison of Trump's fundraising to that of the combined fundraising of the Democratic candidates has not been reported and commented upon.

And why has the DNC not reported its fourth-quarter fundraising? If they did, please help me out and I'll revise my speculation that they haven't because it is bad--and they deserve to be doing badly because they don't respect the voters. If they did, they'd totally get rid of Superdelegates, instead of the charade that they did... until the second voting round.

Anyway. I'm sure Trump has figured it out. But why, I ask you have the networks chosen not to discuss it? Who gains from that omission?


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As a Canadian, I'm not as plugged in to the reporting on candidates as you must be, but I wonder how often the media report on campaign contributions for any of them, including Trump. It's certainly not a common topic in our campaigns. Platform pitches, sniping and gaffes get most coverage.

Submitted on Monday, Jan 6, 2020 at 12:25:10 AM

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