Donald Trump has specifically requested that I not share this with anyone, but even though I am one of his “BEST” supporters, I am simply too excited to follow his wishes on this one.
President Trump personally sent me an email – and by that I mean a correspondence “ONLY intended” for me – which has given me the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to “enter to win” a baseball, which he signed while he participated in the World Series in Atlanta.
I know he was there for the game – and he probably signed the ball between the times he chip-chopped to mock Indians along with Atlanta Braves fans. I watched the video of him doing it with our beloved first lady.
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All I have to do is contribute to the “Save America” fund for our true president, and I have a real chance to win this treasure for life. Some people say it is the strongest and best offer ever.
Here’s what the email said:
“You’ve always been an incredible patriot and I want to offer you something special.
“I handwritten a BASEBALL while I was in Atlanta and watched the match and I want to make sure it’s given to one of my BEST supporters. My team told me you’re among the best in every category.
“Since I’m determined to give only this baseball to the most loyal of my followers, I need you to keep this email confidential, Ray. It’s only for YOU.
“I’ll be looking over the sign up list soon – make sure I can see your name there, Ray.”
I’m just speechless. I have no idea how our president’s team decided that I “rank among the top in each category.” I do not even know how I got on the mailing list, but I am proud to have been there since just before the November 3 uprising.
I’m sure there are cynics out there who would question whether President Trump will personally look over the enrollment list. They would say, “Don’t worry: he does not really want to know if your name is not there.”
Well, did Fake News Media say that about Santa?
I miss the good old days. Do you know that from October 30 to January 6, I received 373 emails from our president and some other amazing people that I’m sure he asked to contact me? I heard from Eric Trump, Lara Trump, Newt Gingrich, Rudy Giuliani, Mike Lindell and even Mike Pence during that time.
But the letters I will always remember are the personal ones from the President himself. Here is one of the first he sent, on November 5, two days after the uprising on November 3:
“DEMOCRATS WILL TRY TO STOLE THIS ELECTION!
“Like I predicted from the start, postal ballots lead to CHAOS that you have never seen, simple and easy! The Radical Left will do whatever it takes to try to tear one down TRUMP-PENCE VICTORY away from you and that’s why I’m coming to you now.
“I need YOUR HELP to make sure we have the resources to protect the results. We can not allow the left-wing MOB to undermine our choices. I ask my toughest and most loyal defenders, like YOU, to COME BACK!
“I warned the nation that this would happen. I knew the Democrats would not be able to accept another RULE defeat, so now they are trying to mess with the results. That’s crazy!
“I trust your support more right now than I have ever done before. Can I count on you going up and COMING BACK!”
I do not mind sharing this letter with you today because it is proof that President Trump was wise enough to have known that this election could be stolen from him by Democrats and the far left and Fake News Media and some Republicans in Georgia, Arizona and Michigan.
He told us this would happen sooner if it did at all. What more evidence does anyone need to know that this was stolen?
Some of his other personal letters really made me understand what was happening. Like this one that arrived on Thanksgiving Day in 2020:
“Despite the Liberal Party’s attempts to undermine this election, I will NEVER stop fighting for YOU.
“My administration achieves things no one thought were possible – the stock market is rising BIG, the coronavirus vaccine is underway and will be completed safely very soon.
“We are doing so much, which is even greater reason to step up and DEFEND THE ELECTION! We can not let the Democrats STOLE this election from your all-time favorite president. They will DESTROY everything we have worked so hard for.
“I urge you to COME BACK. We need to strengthen our critical The Electoral Defense Fund if we keep going. We can not do this without you.
“I had such a big lead in all these important battlefield states late on election night, only to see the tracks miraculously disappear as the days go by. Maybe these tracks will return as our lawsuits move forward, but only if we have the resources. to KEEP ON FIGHTING!
“You’ve never let me down before and I know you’re not starting now.
“Contribute $ 5 RIGHT NOW to stand with me and DEFEND the integrity of our choices.”
Looking back, it had so much in it, especially when you arrived on vacation and all. I must admit that I had not noticed the part about the vaccine being safe, but he was right in telling me he was my “all-time favorite president.”
But I feel a little guilty. You see, I forgot to send him money then or ever. And he ended up getting it right again. The president’s lawsuits did not work out as planned, but Fake News Media did not tell us the whole story, which is that the legal effort failed only because the president did not receive enough resources to keep fighting.
Yet the most important thing about this latest personal note I received from President Trump is that I finally heard from him again.
The letter was dated November 16th. It’s been ten months and ten days since I last heard from him, at. 12:44 CST on January 6th. It arrived exactly fourteen minutes after police were overwhelmed by MAGA patriots on the steps of the American Capitol. , where they had been sent to stop the election certification of our all-time favorite president.
Even as one of President Trump’s BEST supporters, I had not heard from him about donating money since.
But I have it now.
Ray Hartmann founded the Riverfront Times in 1977. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or catch him on Donnybrook at 7pm on Thursdays on Nine Network and St. Louis I Know With Ray Hartmann from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Friday at KTRS (550 AM).
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