Hate cash is rarely a good idea.
In some cases it can pay off, but just as often it’s a bonfire of money.
Take the $63 million that Democrats poured into a doomed effort to oust Senator Mitch McConnell. That money could have been put to better use, but campaign spending is increasingly fueled by San Fran and New York donors who have never been to most of the places where they’re funding races, have no clue, and can be convinced by a pitch video and some buzzwords by the usual campaign consultant grifters.
Result: a glorious pile of burning money.