The War Party has an unlimited budget: not only are their coffers filled with huge donations from weapons-makers and other crony capitalists – they also have access to the US Treasury.

So we’re being out-spent by a margin of a million-to-one – but we’re not out of the running! Because the War Party needs billions to sell a lie – while we just need to get out the truth.

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