SUPER FAIL: Desperate Jeb Super PAC Now Paying People to Attend His Rallies

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…as a “seat filler” for a man who no one wants to see running the country!

Wow. It’s a good thing all those megacorporations and wealthy elitists gave Jeb Bush’s Super PAC so much money. Otherwise, how else would they be able to afford to pay people to attend his rallies?

Apparently it’s the only way to get people to attend a Jeb! rally.

That’s right. Because Jeb!, even with the added exclamation point, can’t garner an audience on his own, one of his PACs is literally handing out $25 to anyone who will show up, provided they stay the whole two hours.

Via Blake Grayson, The Conservatarian:

This is a picture of a flier from RJ Penny a student in Iowa campaigning for Rand Paul, we reached out for comment but received no reply. It seems Jeb now had to resort to paying people to attend his functions.

Grayson emailed, “Hey Dale, I’m looking to attend the Jeb Bush rally for some quick money, how do I get paid for just watching some guy speak?” and received the following email reply:


How sad would it be to be the guy who works for the Jeb Super PAC who has to hand out those flyers and reply to those emails?

At least with Hillary you have a supporter base who somehow manages to remain blissfully ignorant of her lifetime of crimes and scandals… Does Jeb even have any real supporters?


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  • Do they have to stay in the main room with him and awake to collect?

    • Reverend Draco

      Take a 2 hour nap while Sprout (Bush, Shrub, Sprout) babbles. . .

      • Aside from the chronological confusion.

        • Reverend Draco

          It does say you have to stay the full 2 hours. . . figure a nice nap would be perfect.

          • And who better than Jeb could put one to sleep?

          • Reverend Draco

            Maybe Sanders or Cruz. . . but I’m not going to place bets. . .

          • Both of them are too dangerous to go to sleep near.
            Have you seen this from Mark Nestmann?:

            It’s bad enough that the US government has the authority to revoke your passport if you have a “seriously delinquent tax debt.” That little gem was buried in the 2015 Highway Funding Bill, which President Obama signed in December.

            But now, Senator and presidential candidate Rafael “Ted” Cruz (R-Texas) wants to go further. He’s introduced a bill that would revoke the citizenship of any American found providing “material assistance” to a “foreign terrorist organization.”

            Revoking citizenship is a time-honored way of dealing with political enemies. In ancient Rome, you could lose your citizenship for theft, murder, or treason. Once you lost your citizenship, you couldn’t get it back. Roman citizens couldn’t be sentenced to death, but once you lost that status, the state could kill you at will.

            More recently, Nazi Germany stripped millions of its citizens of their nationality. The Citizenship Law of 1935 held that only individuals with a German bloodline qualified for German citizenship. Everyone else, including millions of Jews, Roma, and anyone with dark skin, became mere subjects of the state. The law provided a legal basis for the imprisonment and murder of hundreds of thousands of stateless former German citizens and later, millions of (mainly) Polish and Russian Jews.

            Today, the UK is the undisputed champion of this strategy. Since 2006, an amendment to the British Nationality Act allows the home secretary to revoke British citizenship whenever “deprivation is conducive to the public good.” This process allows all deliberations to occur secretly. The UK has stripped dozens of people of their citizenship, including at least five native-born citizens. At least two have already been killed in drone strikes, and a third was secretly deported to the US.

            Canada has also amended their nationality laws to ease the revocation of citizenship, and Australia is on the verge of doing so. Now, with Senator Cruz’s Expatriate Terrorist Act (S. 247), the US could join them. Americans could lose their citizenship in a secret State Department proceeding. There would be no need for a trial, conviction, or independent review.

            In theory, you can appeal the decision, but don’t count on getting your citizenship back by going to court. Once the State Department claims you’re involved in terrorist activities, it’s pretty much “game over.” Proof of this came last year, after a consular official denied the husband of a US citizen a visa due to his alleged terrorist activities. The official provided no support for the decision. The wife filed a court appeal that eventually came before the Supreme Court. It ruled in a 5–4 decision last June that the government has the absolute power to deny visas for any reason. No judicial review is available to those affected by the decisions, erroneous or otherwise, of consular officers.

            You might be wondering what “material assistance” to a terrorist group is. The Cruz proposal doesn’t define it, but another law, the Terrorist Material Support statute, forbids providing “material support” to anyone engaged in an offense identified as a federal crime of terrorism. Assuming “material assistance” is the same as “material support,” the Supreme Court has applied a clear, albeit terrifyingly broad definition.

            In 2010, the court ruled that you could “materially support” terrorism simply by providing advice on how to “peacefully resolve disputes” to a person or group designated “terrorist.”

            You read that correctly. Non-violent actions that have nothing to do with terrorism constitute material support.

            If the Cruz proposal becomes law, I have little doubt that there will be a flood of citizenship revocations. Many will no doubt be related to actual terrorist acts, of course. But any American involved in organizations such as Doctors without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) that operate in countries where terrorism is prevalent could also lose their citizenship. American missionaries or anyone else providing any kind of medical or other service to individuals or groups deemed “terrorists” or “terrorist organizations” could likewise be affected.

            From the government’s standpoint, of course, this strategy is very useful. Once you lose your citizenship, you also lose your ability to travel internationally, as well as any diplomatic protections your country extends to its citizens. You must apply for a visa to reenter your own country, which will now be denied due to your alleged “terrorist activities.” And if you don’t already have another citizenship, you become stateless – a person without a country.

            Stripping citizenship from you also makes it easier from a legal standpoint for your (former) government to assassinate you. After all, it’s now acting against an “enemy alien.” That avoids inconvenient due process requirements such as a trial or criminal conviction… much less “innocent until proven guilty.” This is the strategy the UK has used increasingly frequently since it enacted amendments to its Citizenship Law in 2006. There’s no reason to think the US will be any different.

            Let’s face it: from the government’s perspective, being able to revoke the citizenship of “enemies of the state” and subsequently murder them is a pretty handy power to possess.

            The global trend is clear. Governments are using passport revocation and the loss of nationality as a weapon against their political enemies. And with the Cruz bill, the US is about to join this club. Given this reality, it only makes sense to obtain a second nationality and passport, “just in case.”

  • YaRt

    Are they serving drinks & food? Two hours is a long time to listen to how great a governor Jeb thinks Jeb was….

  • StevetheHun

    $25/hour does beat Bernie Sanders promise of giving you a $15 minumum wage out of your boss’ pocket!

    But to seal the deal, I need strippers to watch, free coffee to drink, (he’s so BORING!) and some Trump literature to read.

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  • masterblaster

    Jeb Bush the son of the bushes mexican gardner

  • masterblaster

    Hey Jeb try weed wacking it fits your genetic composition

  • BW83

    To be fair I don’t want to see a single one of them with their hats in the ring running this country…

  • Razedbywolvs

    I would be more interested in showing up to try and figure out what is wrong with the dude. Kind of like going to see the bearded lady at the circus.

  • doucyet

    This is the way the entire democratic party operates. Bushy just took a page from their playbook and figure he would start handing out money before he was elected.

    • Daddyotis

      Ha. Good one! Spot on.

  • Stuck_in_Ca

    Yeah, that’s how I want my donation spent. LOSER! Jeb! is a LOSER!