Jeb Bush May Have Just Sent The Most Pathetic Email Of All Time (IMAGES)

While most of us are using the holiday season to appreciate our loved ones and disconnect from the annoyances of daily life, one particular GOP presidential candidate is trying to cash in by annoying people even more. Jeb Bush knows that the last thing people want over the next two weeks is to be drowning in bothersome emails from him, so he’s going to help you out. He promises to leave you alone for the rest of 2015, but such a great offer comes with a price. A small, one-time fee of $25.

Jeb’s latest embarrassing campaign tactic was posted by Ashley Feinberg, who took a screenshot of the email that arrived in her inbox and posted it to Gawker,. Pitching the opportunity as an “early Christmas present”, Jeb’s email read:

“As an early Christmas present, I wanted to give you a chance to save yourself some email traffic later this month. If you chip in $25 or more right now, we will make sure you don’t receive these fundraising emails for the rest of the year.”

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In another screenshot, Ashley showed just how much Jeb harasses people – sometimes multiple times per day – which might actually make his $25 no-spam offer mildly attractive.

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For anyone trying to save some cash but achieve the same results, we recommend this handy no-cost option:

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There’s no other way to put it – Jeb Bush’s campaign is extremely desperate. So desperate, they want people to pay them to go away.

Over the last few weeks, Jeb has been having trouble not only in the polls (according to CNN, he’s currently around 3%) but with his campaign’s finances. Bush’s super PAC, Right to Rise, has already burned almost half of the $103 million they brought in, leaving only $67 million leftover as we enter 2016. And donors are worried.

One big GOP fundraiser, who wished to remain anonymous, said, “He should have hit at least $25 million.” Another said, “Some donors are really nervous. They think they bought into a winner. . . . Donors want to see him campaign to win.”

Despite the grim evidence, the Bush campaign is still unrealistically hopeful. Bush’s campaign manager, Danny Diaz, recently issued a statement that said, “we are confident will deliver the Republican nomination and win the White House.” But judging by Jeb’s desperate holiday “deal”, it doesn’t seem like the entire Bush campaign really believes that.

Featured image via Gage Skidmore