GoFundMe campaign reaches goal to put anti-Cruz Trump tweets on billboard

Ahead of a surprisingly close Senate election in Texas, a GoFundMe campaign has almost doubled its goal of raising money for a billboard to display Trump tweets about current Senator Ted Cruz.

David Hogg, who was a student at Parkland during the shootings earlier this year and is now the head anti-Trump, anti-NRA Super PAC, started the campaign just 24 hours ago in conjunction with Mad Dog PAC chief Claude Taylor.

The proposed sign will feature a February 2016 tweet from Trump criticizing Cruz as an “all talk, no action” politician:

“Why would the people of Texas support Ted Cruz when he has accomplished absolutely nothing for them.  He is another all talk, no action pol!”

The negative tweet came as he criticized most of Washington for their inaction and inability to act.

Trump tweeted out support of Cruz on Friday, stating “I will be doing a major rally for Senator Ted Cruz in October. I’m picking the biggest stadium in Texas we can find. As you know, Ted has my complete and total Endorsement. His opponent is a disaster for Texas – weak on Second Amendment, Crime, Borders, Military, and Vets!”