HILLARY CAMP SENDS OUT FEAR EMAIL: Low Turnout Spells Trump Victory


In their most recent email, the Hillary team is begging for $1 donations and telling supporters that a low turnout means a Trump victory.  Here is the email:

Friend —

In Donald Trump’s latest attempt to smear Hillary, last night he went onstage in Mississippi and called her a bigot.

Why would he say something so obviously false? Well, I have a theory:

Maybe Trump thinks if he makes this election as upsetting, disgusting, and unbearable as possible, a lot of people will throw up their hands and give up. They’ll decide the whole process is so ugly that they want nothing to do with it and they’ll stay home on Election Day.

Trump trusts that his diehard supporters will show up, and if turnout in this election is down, that just might be enough to help him pull out a win.

And he might be right.

Which is why we cannot let that happen.

We need to keep pushing every single minute from now until Election Day, take nothing for granted, and turn out every single Hillary voter so we can win this election and keep Trump’s bigoted policies out of the White House.

So if you’re committed to that fight, we need your help right now — not next week or next month, but now. We’re in danger of being outraised by Trump for the first time in this election, so if we want to break through his wall-to-wall vitriol and bile, we need to keep the volume turned all the way up on this campaign, and we can’t do that without you.

If you’re ready to fight by Hillary’s side as hard as we have to, chip in $1 right now.


Christina Reynolds
Deputy Communications Director
Hillary for America

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