Paul Ryan’s Latest Diss=> Speaker Ryan Won’t Raise Money for Trump
Once again… If you were not yet convinced Paul Ryan is supporting Hillary Clinton this year, read on…
This weekend Apple announced it will not provide funding or support to the 2016 national convention in Cleveland due to Donald Trump’s comments on women, illegal immigrants and minorities(?)
Apple may disagree with Donald Trump’s words but the company has no problem doing business in countries where they execute gays and openly discriminate against women.
Via the Apple website:
Four of the ten countries where they kill gays are on this Apple list:
– Saudi Arabia
Despite this weekend’s announcement Paul Ryan has agreed to hold a fundraiser with Tim Cook next week in California.
It’s not just Donald Trump who Paul Ryan loathes. He also has no love for his supporters.
On Thursday June 2, 2016, Trump supporters were assaulted, spit on, beaten, cold-cocked, egged, chased, tackled and bloodied as they left the San Jose Trump rally by mobs of far left, Mexican nationalist, Socialist, SEIU and anarchist thugs.
Paul Ryan said nothing. His silence condoned the brutal and bloody attacks on conservatives. He was too busy dissing Trump in the press.
Paul Ryan announced this week that he would not raise money for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
Ryan (R-Wis.) is crafting an election-year campaign schedule focused on maintaining majorities in the House and Senate – a weighty task, with control of Congress in the balance. Any other request — raising money for Trump or helping him turn out the vote — will be considered on a case-by-case basis, an aide in Ryan’s political operation said.
“Speaker Ryan is focusing on supporting House and Senate Republicans,” the aide said. “The [Republican National Committee] has not asked him to participate in any fundraisers to date but should they ask, we will give those requests due consideration.”
It’s significant, because Ryan has emerged as one of the most prolific fundraisers in the Republican Party. Ryan’s political operation — dubbed Team Ryan — raised $17 million in the first quarter of 2016. He has raised more than $30 million for the Republican Party since October, and has transferred more than $21 million to the National Republican Congressional Committee this cycle.
As of the end of the first quarter, Team Ryan had $3.2 million on hand, and Ryan for Congress — the speaker’s reelection account — had $7.6 million in the bank.