The Kock Brothers have really done it this time. They have given Harry Reid enough ammunition to get the them BANNED from capitalism, as they Koch’s have verified their racism.
The most recent heinous act by the Brothers Koch is to donate $25 million to the United Negro College Fund.
Here is Harry Reid demonizing the Koch Brothers on the Senate floor:
That’s nothing but a payoff to black people for all the damage those two brothers have done to blacks over the years, like funding and building Planned Parenthood centers in black neighborhoods!
What about the Kochs ruining all those black businesses, and shooting up black neighborhoods?
And do I really need to mention that the “Koch” brothers are the reason there is so much “Kochcaine” in black neighborhoods?
“The mind is a terrible thing to waste.”
I bet you it was the Koch Brothers who were behind Obama cutting Bush’s voucher program that was so successful in helping black students in DC.
And what about Obama devastating the budget of HBCUs, stripping of millions of dollars from them? That’s got Koch Brothers (and Bush) written all over it.
According to the UNCF, $18.5 million of the reparations payment from the Koch’s will go toward nearly 3,000 merit-based scholarships black student, and $6.5 million will go toward general support for historically black colleges and universities and the UNCF.
Now the UNCF is prepared to justify receiving $25 million from such evil sources, a donation that has the potential to make Democrats, especially BLACK Democrats look differently at the Koch, perhaps even considering that the Koch Brothers may not be as racist as some truly racist Democrats have proclaimed.
Michael Lomax, president and CEO of UNCF, said that since the organization’s inception in 1944, it has reached out to people of all backgrounds for support without an “ideological lens” because it is in everyone’s interest. The organization has awarded $100 million in scholarships to more than 12,000 students at 900 schools this year alone, but he said the need is so great that the organization turns away nine out of every 10 applicants, or about 100,000 students annually.
He said that in today’s politically charged climate, he’s prepared to take criticism from those of different political leanings than the Kochs.
“Criticism is a small price for helping young people get the chance to realize their dream of a college education, and if I’ve got to bear the brunt of someone else’s criticism to ensure that we have the resources to help those students, then I can handle it, and I can take the heat,” Lomax said.