August 11, 2022

Nonprofit Founded by Donald Trump Allies Plans to Give Away $25,000 in Cash at Upcoming Cleveland Event

It has always paid to go to a Donald trump rally, but now it will pay literally as a non profit run by an ally of the president plans on giving away $25,000 at his Cleveland rally in increments of between $300 and $1,000.

There will be drawings throughout the night and the money can be claimed after the rally is over.

I’m not sure this is a good thing. I realize why it’s being done. It’s to entice poor Blacks who would not normally attend a Trump rally to appear.

This will give them a chance to hear why the Trump presidency has been so good for the Black community. But, on the downside, Democrats and leftist pundits will claim Trump has to pay for attendance.

But of course massive crowds show up for all of his rallies but they won’t tell you that. The give away of cash is not associated with the campaign but the mainstream press will try to convince you it is.

Trump rallies are always more expensive than Democratic rallies. That’s because Trump has to rent out a stadium and put up huge screens and sound systems outside the stadium for the overflow, whereas Democrats can merely rent a broom closet.


COLUMBUS, Ohio — Prominent supporters of President Donald Trump say they’re planning an event in Downtown Cleveland next weekend, attended by Trump administration officials, that will include a $25,000 cash giveaway for the general public.

The Dec. 14 is being organized by the Urban Revitalization Commission, a non-profit founded by two members of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, including Cleveland Heights Pastor Darrell Scott.

It will feature Ja’Ron Smith, a White House official scheduled to speak at the City Club of Cleveland the day before, and Pam Ashby, the regional field director of the U.S. Housing and Urban Development office in Cleveland, according to Kareem Lanier, a Cleveland native who’s co-chairman of the Urban Revitalization Coalition.

Scott, a prominent black Trump supporter who memorably hosted then-candidate Trump at his Mayfield Road church in September 2016, and his wife and co-pastor, Belinda Scott, also will be there, Lanier said.

The Urban Revitalization Coalition, formed earlier this year, has held events in other states, including Georgia and Florida, promoting parts of the White House’s legislative agenda targeted at urban communities.

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