Thursday, June 13, 2019

Josh Hawley asks contributors to send President Trump a birthday card

Contributors to Sen. Josh Hawley's campaign are being asked to sign a birthday card for President Donald Trump, whose birthday is Friday.

In a campaign e-mail earlier today, Hawley asked for a big show of support for the president.










President Trump’s birthday is June 14th, and I need your help to wish him a happy birthday! From securing our borders and lowering taxes to fighting for our religious freedom, our President has been working hard since he took office to keep our country moving in the right direction; I know he would love to see how much support he has from everyone in Missouri.
It only takes a moment, so click below to sign!

Judging from the page that pops up when you click on a link, it appears to be a ploy for Hawley's campaign to collect names, phone number, addresses and e-mail addresses he can turn over to the Trump re-election campaign.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

You poor deluded fool. Well, we all knew that from the beginning, but to send a birthday card to him, the orange haired fool, is beyond the realm of sanity. And for you to use it as gimmick to get names and addresses is borderline criminal, but then what else is new in the GOP. What a conman

Anonymous said...

What a suck up

Anonymous said...

Howley Doody is turning out to be a real Junior Turdblossom.

Anonymous said...

I love liberals. They never complain. They never call names. Great group of people.

Anonymous said...

@8:55, I think the word you are looking for is "mature". Liberals are a mature group of people.

Anonymous said...

I love conservatives. They use some good political and racial insults. Sometimes I think they get their best insults at church.

Did you hear the conservative tell the joke about the televangelist who claims to be a man of god but needs another new private jet to get around because the ones he already has aren't enough? He expects his clueless followers to donate even more money to his online church. Hahahaha! Right?

Anonymous said...

@7:07, keep proving my point. It is almost like you can't help yourself.

Anonymous said...

7:07 seems to not understand the point that 8:55 was making. Perhaps 8:55 could have included a remark about liberals not being able to stay on point.

Anonymous said...

@7:07 is just afraid of things he doesn't understand. That is why he uses extreme stereotypes to try and pigeonhole people with different viewpoints than his. It is actually a sign of emotional insecurity.

Anonymous said...

How much used toilet paper can you send with one stamp?