Trump’s Donation Site Crashes As Verdict Backfires on Democrats

After Donald Trump was convicted on 34 counts, his online donation site crashed from heavy traffic.

When it returned, the site portrayed Trump as a “political prisoner” who “DID NOTHING WRONG” but was “raided,” “arrested,” had his “mugshot” taken, and was now “CONVICTED.”

It asked for donations to send Joe Biden a message that his chances for a second term “END TODAY.”

“Is this the end of America? I was just convicted in a RIGGED political Witch Hunt trial: I DID NOTHING WRONG!” Trump was quoted.

“They’ve raided my home, arrested me, took my mugshot, AND NOW THEY’VE JUST CONVICTED ME!” he said.

“Crooked Joe Biden needs to get the message — right here, right now — that his chances of a 2nd term END TODAY!” the site read.

Republican senators harshly criticized the verdict as a “complete travesty” and “political show trial.”

They called the charges “absurd” and said the outcome was “politically motivated.”

They said Republicans now need to rally around Trump, take back the White House and Senate, and get the country back on track.

“The verdict in New York is a complete travesty that makes a mockery of our system of justice A political show trial conducted by an openly pro-Biden judge whose daughter makes money off the case, a jury from the most liberal county in America, absurd and ridiculous charges and outrageous jury instructions that guaranteed guilty verdicts Biden and the Trump deranged left will stop at nothing to remain in power,” Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida wrote.

“This verdict is a disgrace, and this trial should have never happened. Now more than ever, we need to rally around @realdonaldtrump, take back the White House and Senate, and get this country back on track. The real verdict will be Election Day,” Republican Sen. John Cornyn wrote.

One senator feared the verdict opened “Pandora’s box on the presidency itself.”

“This verdict says more about the system than the allegations. It will be seen as politically motivated and unfair, and it will backfire tremendously on the political Left,” Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said. “I fear we have opened up Pandora’s box on the presidency itself.”