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WATCH: Even Charlie Kirk Is Sick Of Team Trump’s “Unfiltered Garbage” Emails

WATCH: Even Charlie Kirk Is Sick Of Team Trump’s “Unfiltered Garbage” Emails

Political ad season is political ad annoyance season — nobody is excited to open a mailbox full of fliers that are mostly political attack ads, or to check a new text or email just to find that it’s another plea for cash. However, it seems that Trump supporters are getting particularly sick of the ads being sent out on his behalf — or at least, that’s what Charlie Kirk says they’re telling him.

WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 26: President Donald Trump speaks in the Diplomatic Room of the White House on Thanksgiving on November 26, 2020 in Washington, DC. Trump had earlier made the traditional call to members of the military stationed abroad through video teleconference. (Photo by Erin Schaff – Pool/Getty Images)

In fact, Kirk, who is a founder of the right-wing Turning Point USA, appears on Real America’s Voice, and is a vocal supporter of Donald Trump, says that even he believes they’re too much. He specifically referred to the nonstop stream of messages as “unfiltered garbage.”

Of course, he emphasizes that Donald Trump and his son, Don Jr, shouldn’t be held responsible for the emails, since they’re not sending them directly. Still, this is a high level of criticism of Trump fundraising, from a Trump-supporting pundit and network.

“By the way, it’s not from Trump, it’s from all the consultants around him,” Kirk explains before he gets too deep into a rant that might seem critical of the former president. “I love Trump. I defend Trump.”

Despite that, he complains that sometimes he’s getting multiple ads minutes apart, and that he’s hearing complaints from others, too.

“It is a joke. It is a mockery. I talk to grassroots people all the time. They say, ‘Charlie, why do I get all these emails?”

He calls the fundraisers “an absolute insult to our intelligence,” and “These are within like five minutes. They’re sending them nonstop.”

Of course, you don’t have to be a Trump donor to get these emails — see below where I shared a screenshot of one I received earlier this year urging me to purchase a Trump Gold Card.

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You can also see in it the bombastic language that Kirk is complaining about — “Friend, we hate to do this…” — which seems to suggest some sort of dire consequences incoming unless the recipient hurries and plops down a donation. Others warn that the former president will be disappointed if he learns that the recipient hasn’t donated yet, or insist that Trump needs you (that is, each individual on the mass mailing list) personally, to help him out.

While most people do get tired of political mailings and pleas for donations, the Party of Trump can be somewhat cultlike — so it stands out to hear that they’re getting frustrated with the glut of low-effort demands for their support.

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