This is beyond ridiculous!
You wonder where these people get all this money especially in hard times like this together an effort in the last portion the GOP presidential race to take down Donald Trump. All that money could have been saved to use in the general election, or on previous GOP candidates to help get their message out to the public.
Right now I have anger building up inside of me because when all that money is put on the table to stop one-man and we have so many people out here suffering, but yet you don’t see any SuperPACS creating any efforts to take care of our homeless veterans or helping struggling families in need. You don’t see these SuperPACs working minority outreach in the communities raising awareness for conservative values.
This is such an abuse and should be called out by everyone.
The television ad campaign to defeat Donald Trump was at least a $75.7 million effort, according to the ad tracking firm Kantar Media/CMAG. (Their full estimate: $75,723,580)
It comprised nearly 64,000 ad spots throughout the campaign.
And that’s the figure for broadcast television alone. Anti-Trump ads also ran on cable and satellite television, but the tracking data does not capture that.
A pro-Marco Rubio group spent the most against Trump. Conservative Solutions PAC spent more than one out of every four dollars against Trump — about $19.7 million.
One of their spots — “Serious” — was the most-run anti-Trump ad. It ran 3,939 times.
A pro-Ted Cruz group aired the second-most run anti-Trump ad. “Day One” criticizes Trump among other candidates.
The pro-Jeb Bush super PAC Right to Rise USA spent nearly $10 million, the second-most of any group.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign spent $5.2 million on ads with anti-Trump messages, the most of any presidential candidate on either side of the aisle.
Cruz’s campaign spent more than any other Republican against Trump, some $4.3 million.
They could have funded offices across the nation in minority neighborhoods to start developing a relationship that will grow over a period of time to bring in more voters into the GOP but they spent the money to stop presidential candidate.
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