Noah criticized Republicans like presidential candidate Carly Fiorina and House Speaker hopeful Rep. Jason Chaffetz for using videos allegedly showing Planned Parenthood employees selling tissue from aborted fetuses for medical research to push the government to defund the nonprofit organization. “She probably should step down”, Fiorina said in an interview with Boston Herald Radio, according to The Hill.
She has now moved to the short list of candidates the Kochs may support with their reported $1 billion war chest, the sources said. Florida Senator Marco Rubio is one of the those particular throughout the accepted listings, the origins said.
“Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens hosted a packed luncheon at a posh Dallas venue for Fiorina in late September, while venture capitalist Tom Perkins is planning a fundraising gala in California in the next few months”, the report states. In Iowa recently, she toted two purses – her black bag and Fiorina’s brown one – as they attended tailgate festivities at the University of Iowa. In other words, Fiorina has entrusted her money with an organization that funneled almost half a million dollars into Planned Parenthood. Jon Cross, who was the operations director for her Senate campaign, defended her actions.
“We think she’s pretty viable”, said broadcasting billionaire Stanley Hubbard, a member of the Koch brothers’ network of conservative advocacy groups who donates heavily to political candidates. “They have been supportive of my Senate race”.
Fiorina, the lowest polling candidate at the gathering, impressed the big money attendees with her mastery of policy detail and heavyweight stage presence.
“It’s becoming obvious that the left and their allies in the media are terrified of Carly because she is everything Hillary (Clinton) isn’t – a candidate from outside the political class whose authenticity and grasp of the issues connects with voters because she has the track record to challenge the status quo”, a Fiorina campaign aide told NBC News.
Fiorina also served as the chairwoman of Good360 from 2012 to 2015. Hillary, a multi, multi-millionaire, held $20 million in campaign debt for over 4 years.
Flores did not respond to a follow up question by the Daily Beast asking why Fiorina does not find a fund that vows never to give money to Planned Parenthood. “And she doesn’t react like an adolescent”.