The Resistance is out of cash — Dead Broke. Cash and spend Democrats run their party like they run their cities. A look at lovely Detroit — once the richest county in America before Democrats took control.
In December alone, the DNC’s debt ballooned from $2.6M to a whopping $6.1M, putting them on the verge of insolvency. And that was before Vice News’ bombshell report that the DNC had failed to deliver millions in grants they promised to state parties.
Vice News has more on the Democrat quagmire: Last July, eight months after the Democratic Party experienced one of its most devastating defeats in history, DNC chairman Tom Perez announced an “unprecedented” rebuild of the party from the ground up with a $10 million fund dedicated to state parties. That fund could provide hundreds of thousands of dollars to each state party, an enormous sum for often cash-strapped organizations.
That money hasn’t arrived. In fact, the DNC didn’t even have $10 million on hand as of November 30 and declined to comment on whether it had the money now. And even if it did, it wouldn’t distribute the money right away, frustrating state party officials who are anxious about the coming midterm elections and describe the effort to rebuild as slow and halting.