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Tom Steyer: We need to return power to the people
Investor Tom Steyer speaks about progressive grassroots activism.
Left billionaire Tom Steyer took aim at the members of the Democratic establishment, Thursday, say that they have “no common sense” for her reluctance to back a campaign to accuse the President of Donald Trump.
Steyer, rumored to be a candidate for the 2020 presidential election, spoke to a crowd of progressive activists at the Netroots Nation Convention in New Orleans and accused Democrats who adhere to a “serious attempt” accusations trump.
“Not a single person in the Senate Democratic Caucus has shown, the reason or the sense of right and wrong to support the charges,” he said. “It was not seriously imagine, a request for impeachment in the house since December, that was eight months ago.”
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In what tone of speech, Steyer took sometimes as a grassroots campaign on the target of Trump, called corrupt, the President is “Wild”, and cut, in Democrats not to take action.
“You are not ready to face a devastating and obvious truth about this President that he is totally corrupt, and we are far over the threshold to kick him out of office,” he said. “I don’t see any democratic institution, and do anything real to stop him.”
Steyer is the founder of the need to accuse the campaign is aimed directly at President Trump.
The billionaire said on Thursday that while the democratic lawmakers tell him in private about their willingness to back his campaign, they take any public stance.
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“Their message to me, and 5.5 million Americans demanding Donald Trump’s charge that it is bad policy, it is off message and it is the Republicans galvanize.”
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., for example, has suggested through impeachment damage Democrats ” in future elections prospects.
Steyer has reportedly committed $ 40 million for his campaign, as it has been since October.
Paulina Dedaj is a writer/ reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @PaulinaDedaj.