Mark Brnovich, Arizona’s Attorney General, is in legal trouble with President Donald J. Trump, whose attorneys wrote Brnovich a ‘cease and desist’ letter this week demanding that he stop using Trump’s “name, image, and/or likeness” in his fundraising calls for the US Senate.
The Washington Post published the rumor and gave its own propaganda on the action:
“Trump cracks down on deceptive fundraising by others using his name. While being known for his own false and misleading emails, Trump faces armies of unaffiliated fundraisers whe his message and sometimes threaten Republicans in Trump’s name,” according to a story by the Washington Post.
The author stated that individuals “ape” Trump’s message? Weirdos. I digress.
“Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has spent months groundlessly telling Republicans that they can be on “Trump’s Team” or “Endorse Trump for President in 2024” by giving to his U.S. Senate campaign.”
“Are you turning your back on Pres. Trump?” one Brnovich fundraising ad asked last year. “Renew your 2022 membership before it is too late.”
“Such appeals pushed the actual team of advisers around Trump to a breaking point in June, after Trump endorsed Brnovich’s rival, Blake Masters, for the Senate seat in Arizona. In a cease-and-desist letter obtained by The Washington Post, an attorney for Save America, Trump’s political action committee, threatened legal action if Brnovich did not stop using Trump’s image and name in misleading ways,” according to WaPo.
Now, Trump, through his attorneys, is fighting back and demanding a halt to the excessively pushy and bothersome fundraising strategies, especially since he has backed another candidate.
— Garret Lewis (@GarretLewis) June 2, 2022
Trump’s endorsement letter read:
Donald J. Trump’s Statement Regarding the Arizona U.S. Senate Race
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich received voluminous material about the fraud and so-called “irregularities” that occurred during the 2020 Presidential Election. Many others opined that he would take no action because it seemed to be his nature. I felt otherwise because the numbers and sheer amount of criminality perpetrated are so persuasive, incontrovertible, and conclusive; the outcome of the election would have been drastically different.
Well, he did a report, and he recites some of the many horrible things that happened in that very dark period of American history but, rather than go after the people that committed these election crimes, it looks like he is just going to “kick the can down the road” and stay in that middle path of non-controversy. He wants to be politically correct. Because of the amount of time that it took him to do the report, which was endless, his poll numbers have been rapidly sinking. Now, people are upset with the fact that while he states the problem, he seems to be doing nothing about it—he doesn’t give the answers. CONTINUE READING…