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Here are the companies suspending political contributions following the Capitol riots
By Alex Gangitano - 01/12/21 10:40 AM EST


A growing list of companies are cutting off donations to politicians who opposed the Electoral College results, targeting the 147 Republican members of the House and the Senate who voted against affirming President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.

Republican lawmakers attempted to challenge the results of Arizona and Pennsylvania, two swing states Biden won, during and after a violent and deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol by a pro-Trump mob.

In light of those events, some companies are temporarily suspending any political action committee (PAC) donations to all lawmakers as they assess their policies.


Here are the companies that have temporarily stopped giving to members who opposed the election results:

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https://thehill.com/business-a-lobbying/533795-here-are-the-companies-suspending-political-contributions-following-the
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a/k/a companies not to patronize, if you so choose:
Marriott
Hallmark
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Best Buy
Amazon
Dell
Airbnb
Dow Chemical
Comcast
ATT
American Express
Verizon
Commerce Bank
Facebook
BP
Goldman Sachs
JPMorganChase
Citigroup
Bank of America
Google
Ford
Charles Schwab
Marathon
ConocoPhillips
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a/k/a companies not to patronize, if you so choose:
 

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The way *I* read it is these companies are suspending donations to ALL politicians until after the dust settles. If we boycott them all,we may be harming some that agree with us.
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The article said, "companies that have temporarily stopped giving to members who opposed the election results."
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The article said, "companies that have temporarily stopped giving to members who opposed the election results."

@mountaineer

It also says "In light of those events, some companies are temporarily suspending any political action committee (PAC) donations to all lawmakers as they assess their policies."

Which is true,if either?

We have to be careful these days due to political reporting that supports dogma more than facts. There are some VERY clever people out there working hard on the propaganda front to subvert us all.
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