Republican Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are going after big businesses for being ‘uniformly Democrat’ and their CEOs putting their ‘radical left’ perspectives on full display.
'If you look at the CEOs of the Fortune 100, there are very, very few who you could even plausibly characterize as right of center,' Cruz, a GOP senator from Texas, told The Hill.
'They are almost uniformly Democrat. And they have made the decision to enlist their companies in the political agenda of today's Democratic Party, which is controlled right now by the radical left.'
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida is also ramping up his criticism of big business.
'For the past several years, I have been making the case that far too many American companies were prioritizing short-term financial windfalls at the expense of America's families, communities and national security,' Rubio wrote in a statement to The Hill.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'More and more people are coming around to that viewpoint, both in the Republican Party and around the country,' he continued.
Senators Ted Cruz (left) and Marco Rubio (right) are going after big business for being 'uniformly Democrat' and 'prioritizing short-term financial windfalls at the expense of America'
Both Cruz and Rubio ran in the 2016 Republican presidential primary where they were bested by Donald Trump.
Historically, the GOP is very pro-big business and capitalism.
In an April 25 New York Post op-ed, Rubio argued it was time for a 'rebuilding and rebalancing' of the relationship between corporations and the national interest.
Several big businesses and CEOs decided to stop or halt donations to Republicans after the January 6 Capitol attacks – especially stopping funds going towards those lawmakers who officially objected to the presidential election results directly after the attack.
Some of those who announced they were stopping PAC or individual donations, whether temporarily or indefinitely, after the pro-Trump riot includes Facebook, Microsoft, Ford Motor Co., Marriott International, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan, among others.
Recently Cruz said he would stop accepting donations from