This Monday, assorted bankers, traders and Wall Street lawyers will gather inside the neo-Georgian walls of the Harvard Club in midtown Manhattan to write big checks to an unlikely recipient: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) Cruz, who attended Harvard Law School, isn’t one to trade too heavily on old school ties and friendships at the likes of Goldman Sachs, where his wife works. On the campaign trail, the Texas senator has railed against Wall Street “crony capitalism,” ripped giant banks as “too big to fail” and wrapped himself in populist garb in his quest to take down Donald Trump. But now he’s desperate: Cruz, who has already received $12 million in support from the financial industry, needs Wall Street money more than ever. Well ladies and gentleman it looks like the Republican party has it's own version of Hillary. That version claims to come in the form of a Constitutional Libertarian. I remember when Rand was still in the debates, that Ted Cruz looked over to Rand after he miss Rand's Audit the Fed bill. That as president Ted Cruz told Rand that one of the first things he would do would be to Audit the Fed. Sorry pal going to the Harvard Club to accept big checks, should make all Americans feel like Maury. You auditing the Fed We The People determine that was a lie. Ted Cruz is starting to become the problem that all Americans hate, by going to a conference to accept big dollars from the banking industry. You know those corporations that stole billions from America in the 2008 financial banking crisis. Almost got to wonder if some of the money he will be getting, is some of that taxpayer money that Americans got stolen from them. Claiming to stand for the Constitution, but accepting money from the institutions our founders said was a bigger threat then standing armies. Ya your nothing but a typical establishment politician who is just as bad as the Hildabeast.
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