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Hypocrisy: Chart reveals a number of Democrats took Koch brothers money

schumer-kochDemocrats, it seems, are masters of two things: Demagoguery and hypocrisy.

Consider: They would have us believe the Koch brothers are directly related to the Devil, and have no problem blaming all the evils of the world on them.  But guess what?  It turns out a number of Democrats, including Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Dianne Feinstein, Mark Pryor and Chuck Schumer, all took money from the Koch brothers over the last five election cycles, Truth Revolt said Monday.

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Truth Revolt said:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is trying to turn the Koch Brothers into the modern face of political evil, having mentioned them in the senate at least 134 times on the senate floor during the past few weeks. What he hasn’t explained is if they are so evil why do so many Democratic Party members of congress take their money?

Here’s the chart posted by Truth Revolt:

koch demsRemember this the next time you hear Democrats wail about the “evil” Koch brothers.

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