This is a sequel to my prior blog concerning my path to the Presidency.
You will recall, if you read that blog post, that I plan to bribe electors in the Electoral College to vote for me. I estimated $1 million per elector would be sufficient. I need 270 electoral votes.
Some might criticize my plan by questioning how I can raise $270 million. I am glad that you asked. The answer is simple: selling influence. Admittedly, I am not the first to come up with the idea. Some other political candidates have used the technique without always admitting it. I am being transparent.
So here is the deal: Pay me money, which I will use to bribe electors, and when I am successful obtaining 270 electoral votes, I will use the office of the Presidency to do favors for you. The size of the favor depends on the amount of money contributed. You scratch my back, I will scratch yours (in accordance with your generosity).
Some have used the term “pay to play” in connection with the Clinton Foundation, inferring some sort of access to the power couple for those donors. I do not need huge donations. I will provide small access to me for small donations. Win/Win.
If 270,000 people donate $1,000 each, I will win the Electoral College. Those donors will get VIP tours of the White House and a commemorative coffee mug. For just $100, you get the mug. For $10, you get an autographed photo of yours truly, suitable for framing. We can do this. Together.
Thank you in advance for your support.