Businessman who donated $ 2.5 million to Trump to fight ‘fraud’ wants his money

A supporter of Donald Trump what donated $ 2.5 million to help expose and process allegations of fraud in the November 3 presidential election wants you to return your money after “disappointing results” of the investigation, informa The Guardian.

Fredric Eshelman, a North Carolina businessman, said he gave a large sum of money to True the Vote, organization in favor of Trump, which ensures compliance with the rights of voters. The lawsuit was filed on November 25 in the Southern District Court of Texas.

True the Vote pledged to “investigate, litigate and expose suspicions of illegal voting and fraud in the 2020 general elections” in 7 pendulum states. The entrepreneur who supports Trump He handed over the money on the condition that the resources finance the initial stages of the Validate the Vote project.

Likewise, Eshelman repeatedly requested updates on the progress of the investigations. However, all he received were “Vague answers, clichés and empty promises”, according to court records.

Worst of all is that the entity decided to voluntarily revoke the pending litigation without the donor being informed.

For its part, Tru the Vote, through a statement signed by Catherine Engelbrecht, president of the organization, acknowledged the suspension of lawsuits in the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, highlighting their “fight for electoral integrity” .

True the Vote pledged to “investigate, litigate and expose suspicions of illegal voting and fraud in the 2020 general elections” in 7 pendulum states. Photo: AFP

“Our mission is much bigger than a single election. It is about repairing the electoral system for all future elections. […] Americans deserve to know the truth. They deserve to have every legal vote counted, which means reporting illegal votes, ”Engelbrecht added.

The organization tried to reach an agreement with the businessman, proposing the return of 1 million of the 2.5 million contributed in exchange for the whistleblower to drop his lawsuit, but the Trump supporter wants all his money back.

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