Donald Trump Jr asked people for money for dad's lawsuit, what he got was way more than that!

The donation plea didn't make the cut with many MAGA supporters, with some asking them to first 'fix the election'


                            Donald Trump Jr asked people for money for dad's lawsuit, what he got was way more than that!
Donald Trump Jr's bid to help his father backfired (Photo by Eva Marie Uzcategui/Getty Images)

Donald Trump Jr reportedly thought of helping his father, Donald Trump, in his lawsuit against social media companies, which he filed on Wednesday, July 7, but received unexpected responses from people. The former president is suing Facebook, Twitter, and Google, along with their respective CEOs - Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, and Sundar Pichai, in class-action lawsuits after being banned on their platforms.

Soon after the filing, the Republican’s entities began a large fundraising operation by sending out emails and text messages. Trump Jr also tried to help the 75-year-old Republican as he took to Telegram to beg for cash. But instead of getting any financial aid, he reportedly got slammed and a lot of unsolicited advice.

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Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a press conference announcing a class action lawsuit against big tech companies at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster on July 07, 2021 in Bedminster, New Jersey. Former president Trump held a press conference with executives from the America First Policy Institute to announce a class action lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter, Google, and their CEOs, claiming that he was wrongfully censored. Since being banned from the social media companies, former president Trump has continued to spread lies about the 2020 election. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

The Twitter account Patriot Takes, affiliated with the liberal group MeidasTouch, follows the so-called "free speech" sites and apps like Telegram, where QAnon members, white supremacists and Nazis are welcome to promote their ideologies. Posting the screenshot on Twitter, the account wrote, “These are some MAGA responses to Don Jr asking for donations to help his dad with the big tech lawsuit. (Telegram).”



 

 

Don Trump, Jr. addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference being held in the Hyatt Regency on February 26, 2021 in Orlando, Florida. Begun in 1974, CPAC brings together conservative organizations, activists, and world leaders to discuss issues important to them. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

One of the responses as shown in the screenshot read, “Do not use WineRed! They spread your money out and scammed us on backing fraud in November. All our fraud donations went to other things. It’s bullshit.” The second response was, “sorry Don…..no money…..fix the election and then we’ll think about t…..until then…..your’re on your own…”

Another person asked the 43-year-old to tell his father to “help me out. His a billionaire. Help my back. Q said all bad med beds. Let’s see them. Help a billionaire are you joking. You all a psyop.” While a user named Tim added: “So wait, you have to DONATE in order for your dad to sue? He is a BILLIONAIRE! Something isn’t adding up here.”

People on Twitter did not miss the chance to share their views on the whole conversation as a user tweeted, “They are slow learners, it's true, but some learn.” The second user said, “Hopefully this is actually the last straw for them and they figure out it’s all been a con.”

While a person pointed out, “The sad thing is that for every four people who see the grift, there are 100 who are writing checks out of their fixed incomes and will cutback on other expenses to help the Loser.”



 

 



 

 



 

One user wrote, “Ahahahahahaha!!  It would appear the koolaid is starting to wear off! In every cult, the shine starts to fade after a time. This is too funny. The more you find, please post because it’s making my day!”

Another one sarcastically said, “Nooo...keep throwing your money into that bottomless pit! Please! Don't! Stop! Give until it hurts, then send the rest. And make sure to listen to every word about why you shouldn't vote because it's ALL rigged!!1! (yes, this is sarcasm, but I mean it!).”

“So Don is seeking donations for a class action suit ? So there are a whole lot of plaintiffs, therefore class action? Am I right so far? So the donations go for everyone’s legal costs not just TFG ? I don’t think so!” the third added.



 

 



 

 



 

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