President Trump Faces New Threat From Old Enemy…
Every single attempt to remove the 45th President of the United States has failed, backfired, or achieved nothing at all.
Despite this, America’s first MAGA President is still being opposed by the billionaire donor class.
The Koch brothers are the most recent members of the business elite to target President Trump.
President Trump’s fierce opponents Charles and David Koch have made several unsuccessful attempts to remove him from office in the past.
Now the Koch brothers are back and have announced a new, concerted initiative to block the 45th President from returning to his rightful place in the oval office. …
Previously, it was reported that the Koch brothers spent around $70 million to influence the 2022 elections.
Here’s more on the story:
The Koch Network put out kits to big donors saying they’re planning on spending all their time and energy to prevent Trump from becoming the nominee by spending 100 million in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada
— Tyler Bowyer (@tylerbowyer) June 19, 2023
One conservative influencer revealed and dissected the Koch infiltration of President Trump’s cabinet.
They write, “The Koch Brothers were responsible for installing almost all key Trump appointees during his first term – they almost all betrayed the president and his supporters. Conservatives are tired of Uniparty oligarchs.”
FLASHBACK: The Koch Brothers were responsible for installing almost all key Trump appointees during his first term – they almost all betrayed the president and his supporters. Conservatives are tired of Uniparty oligarchs… pic.twitter.com/YtQcMEaScG
— @amuse (@amuse) June 13, 2023
DEEP STATE: Members of Trump’s cabinet who were handpicked by the Koch Brothers are lining up to attack the former president. They are cowards and traitors. https://t.co/Jdybv2eyvh
— @amuse (@amuse) June 19, 2023
Americans for Prosperity Action, a super PAC that received millions of dollars during the 2022 election cycle from the Charles Koch-chaired Koch Industries and the Koch-backed Stand Together Chamber of Commerce, gave CNBC a first look at some of the new digital ads.
Koch, who’s worth more than $60 billion, and his network notched several wins while Trump was in office, including tax cuts and the appointments of multiple conservative Supreme Court justices. The network traditionally backs Republican candidates.
— seeshell (@Tentoads4truth) July 19, 2020
Breitbart provided more details on the Koch brother’s PAC:
The PAC’s donors — including real estate developers, financial firms, Big Agriculture, and construction companies — are those most likely to benefit from the network’s public policy positions.
In 2022, the PAC spent millions to back Republicans such as Herschel Walker, Ron Johnson, Mehmet Oz, Ted Budd, Eric Schmitt, David Perdue, Mike Lee, Maria Salazar, and Nancy Mace, among others.