We do not know if Lord Damp Nut is running in the 2024 Goat Rodeo, or if he is just protecting his brand, but he is rattling cages:
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.”
…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.
“That MY gig,” Hair Füror did not add.
“Your use of President Trump’s name, image, and/or likeness is likely to deceive individuals into believing President Trump supports, endorses, or otherwise promotes your candidacy for U.S. Senate in Arizona — he does not,” the attorney wrote, while adding that the wording of the email could confuse people into thinking they were giving to Trump.
“Told ya so,” Lord Damp Nut brayed.
The WaPo continues, with some balance:
At the same time, Trump himself is no stranger to misleading fundraising appeals. His team often sends a dozen or more appeals in a day to gin up money, often with suspect claims, like saying donations will be matched 700 percent.
“That WAS a good one, huh,” he didn’t continue with a cheesy grin, “the rubes fell for it, bigly.”
I’m sure if Brnovich skimmed some cream off the top as an honorarium, just let Hair Füror dampen his beak in the fundraising, he’d drop the suit. Just sayin’.