Presidential candidate Ted Cruz returned the money sent in by a group linked to the racist shooter responsible for killing nine individuals in a church in Charleston.
Ted Cruz wants nothing whatsoever to do with it! That is why he has returned every single cent sent in as financial aid for his campaign by a group that is linked with the South Carolina sniper who shot dead nine individuals during a bible study in church.
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Earl Holt III, who is the patriarchal figurehead of the Council of Conservative Citizens, received his money back with the message that it was not required by the representatives of Ted Cruz due to possible links with the deranged racist killer.
Senator Cruz is anything but racist. He does not condone or endorse the agenda adopted by racist and xenophobic agencies in society. And so he is throwing the pecuniary package back in the face of the reactionary group.
Once Senator Cruz gained fair knowledge of the real background of Earl Holt III and his suspected organization of bigots and nutcases, he decided that the best course of action was to sever all links with the man and his bunch of loonies.
Holt, the racist reactionary, has paid in excess of $8500 to Ted Cruz’s campaign since the past three years. Holt had also sent in donations amounting to $1750 and $1500 to Rand Paul and Rick Santorum’s coffers.
Holt’s posse is part of a larger group which in turn is linked with white racist supremacists. These people still hold fast to an outworn and sick philosophy that says that only the white man deserves to rule over the West as well as the rest of the world. The idea goes back to such backward and unenlightened thinkers as Herbert Spencer and Rudyard Kipling.
The credo of the group says that racial miscegenation is a bad thing and that blacks are not equal to whites. These insulting statements show the real face of the group which is ugly indeed. Senator Santorum has condemned the group and said that he wants to unite America and not divide it.
Holt meanwhile has responded to the accusations of racism and hatred by saying that his group might be conservative but it does not condone killing or bloodshed. Holt felt that Roof, the crazed man responsible for killing nine black individuals in a church in Charleston, South Carolina, was the one person who had flew way off the handle and his crimes ought not be projected onto everyone in Holt’s group.
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