First off, that’s his choice, but I will admit I had to do a double-take. He’s a billionaire along with his brother, and they can move their monies around however they see fit, and I am sure you agree with me on this but, this is red meat to liberals, make no mistake about it.
Who are we to say he shouldn’t have said that, how he said that. Sen. Harry Reid has been a longtime adversary of the Koch Brothers for a long time. He has tried to pummel them and their resources heavy empire for years. To hear one of the brothers say they could support Hillary over a Donald Trump is telling in a way.
Even if he didn’t mean it, the liberal news stations would use it against not only Trump but Sen. Ted Cruz or Gov. John Kasich.
Koch, his brother David and their associated groups plan to spend nearly $900 million on the 2016 elections.
The comment came after Karl asked about Bill Clinton’s presidency. Koch said Clinton was “in some ways” better than George W. Bush.
“As far as the growth of government, the increase in spending, it was 2½ times under Bush that it was under Clinton,” he said.
Karl followed up by asking whether Koch could see himself supporting Hillary Clinton.
Koch hesitated before giving an answer that didn’t rule out the possibility.
“We would have to believe her actions would have to be quite different than her rhetoric, let me put it that way,” he said.
Watch the interview here:
Nobody wants Trump to ascend to the White House if he isn’t attached to some strings. The man that sits behind the desk in the Oval Office must be tied to some form of blackmail; some type of scandal so the “famed” shadowy government can hold leverage over his/her every move. Yes, I am speaking on conspiracy, but I bet I am not that far off from the truth either.
The Koch Brothers on Americans For Prosperity (AFP), an organization, meant to go into the communities in a grassroots effort. Will this interview hurt that group?