This NPR tweet and story seem to adequately sum up the effort by Green Party candidate Jill Stein to recount the votes in key swing states in hopes of changing the outcome of the election.
People Donated Nearly $100,000 To Dig A Big, Pointless Hole In The Ground https://t.co/5q2x3iuiUm
— NPR (@NPR) November 27, 2016
Quite a few noticed how much this funded hole in the ground reminded them of the recount effort.
@NPR is that how you describe the Stein recount fundraising?
— Craig (@KC11A18A) November 27, 2016
— N. Myers (@CheesersDurden) November 27, 2016
@NPR kinda like people giving money to Jill Stein… all money down the drain
— Debra (@DK87) November 27, 2016
think about how huge a hole Jill Stein is gonna dig with all that money she's raising. at least she'll put a huge power crystal in it. https://t.co/Lef8iQLQeE
— Spooner McQuaid (@a_p_crowley) November 27, 2016
@NPR Oops. I thought you were talking about Jill Stein's recount.
— Shockwave Rider (@RLees10) November 27, 2016
— carmen_allgood (@carmen_allgood) November 27, 2016
.@NPR Jill Stein stealing money from the severely learning disabled.
— dagny (@dukeblu85) November 27, 2016
@NPR Jill Stein? Oh.
— Robyn (@robdetf) November 27, 2016
You could also point to major Hillary Clinton donors as also being contributors to a large, pointless hole in the ground.