In a debate in which his opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) referred to the Koch brothers twelve times, Sen. Ted. Cruz (R-TX) damageded Democrats’ attempts to “scaremonger” about the risks of huge money in politics.
Political funding for Democrats and the more comprehensive left eclipses that for Republicans and the broader right, said Cruz on Wednesday throughout a CNN-hosted city center debate in Washington, D.C.You understand
, there’s a pattern you see of Democrats, which is they aim to scaremonger. Therefore their newest bad guy is the Koch brothers, and they state this loan and politics is what it’s everything about.
You know, John Adams stated realities are persistent things. Here are some facts. You take a look at 2014. In 2014, of the top 20 groups that gave loan to politics, I think paying attention to Bernie they were all Republican politician, no? That’s not the case. Sixteen of the leading 20 offered mostly to Democrats.
The top 6, ActBlue, Tom Steyer, the Carpenters and Joiners Union, the City of New York, the Democratic Governors Association, the NEA, gave nearly exclusively to Democrats. Where did these strange Koch bros fall on the list? Number 59.
Cruz did not explain the functional budgets of news media outlets such as CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, or BuzzFeed as broadly moneying Democrat and left-wing political agitation.
Open Tricks: open_secrets_1. jpg Sanders pushed a Marxist story, framing Cruz and Republicans as defenders of the “1%” in the context of class warfare with “working families.”
Sanders referred to the Koch bros twelve times in deriding “tax breaks for billionaires” and “the rich,” while defending the “estate tax.”
Cruz described Sanders and fellow neo-Marxist traveler Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MS) as “the heart of the Democratic Celebration.”
See a few of Cruz’s remarks below.