Retired football star Deion Sanders announced plans Saturday to partner with the Koch brethren to facilitate fight poverty in Dallas.
The unlikely partnership aims to raise $21 million over the next three years to fund anti-poverty programs in the city where Sanders formerly dallied football. Football and baseball is what I represented, but this is what I am, announced Sanders in USA Today, about his places great importance on society labor and his new venture with the billionaire industrialists.
The outspoken contestant also attacked the Kochs, who are often demonized by Democrats. In USA Today, Sanders described the Kochs as a family with the wish to make this country a better place.
I am appreciative to be partnering with them, the NFL Hall of Famer said.
Im fortunate where I am and who Im with because we share a lot of the same values and goals, Sanders did when asked if hed be willing to partner with organizations on the left.