Originally published at: TARGETING TRUMP VOTERS: Castro Defends Decision to Publish GOP Donors, Says Funds ‘Fueling Hate’ | Sean Hannity
Rep. Joaquin Castro doubled-down on his decision to publicly publish the names of GOP supporters in San Antonio, Texas Wednesday; viciously accusing Texas Republicans of “fueling hate.”
“Rep. Joaquin Castro, the brother and campaign chairman of 2020 presidential hopeful Julian Castro, continued to defend his tweet that listed the names and employers of prominent Trump donors in the San Antonio, Texas area,” reports Fox News.
“You’re giving money for somebody that’s going after a community and people have gotten killed because of that,” Castro told MSNBC News.
“Unless you support the white nationalism and the racism that Donald Trump is paying for and fueling, then I hope you, as a person of good conscience, will think twice about contributing to his campaign,” he added.
Controversial Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib supported the release of private citizens’ personal information on social media this week; saying the public has a right to know “who funds racism” in America.
“Chairman Castro, They don’t like it when you name their donors. The public needs to know who funds racism,” posted Tlaib on Twitter.
Chairman Castro, They don't like it when you name their donors. The public needs to know who funds racism. https://t.co/7qfg1RT79y
— Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) August 7, 2019
President Trump will travel to El Paso Wednesday; meeting with victims and first responders from last weekend’s deadly mass shooting at a Walmart shopping center.
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