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Major corporations are now not continuing donations to the 147 republicans that contested the election results. 

 

Also, PGA will not be playing the PGA at trumps bedminster in 2022. They will announce it after trump is out. 

 

 

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5 mins ago, saltfisherman said:

Major corporations are now not continuing donations to the 147 republicans that contested the election results. 

 

Also, PGA will not be playing the PGA at trumps bedminster in 2022. They will announce it after trump is out. 

 

 

1 party rule Herr Saltstupidname. Yay you! 

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1 min ago, Markushook said:

Thank God. I was beginning to think the left was tolerant

I don't even think they're tolerant of themselves.

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6 mins ago, Maine Guide said:

Is there a question?

This is without a doubt the lamest tactic in the PG.  

 

 

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Just now, saltfisherman said:

Major corporations are now not continuing donations to the 147 republicans that contested the election results. 

 

Also, PGA will not be playing the PGA at trumps bedminster in 2022. They will announce it after trump is out. 

 

 

What corporations?

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Oh hai everyone! We're gonna go ahead and punish Trump supporters and ruin people's lives who aren't politically similar to us, but don't worry, we're totally tolerant and loving no matter how gay, effed up, fat, criminally insane you are...............UNLESS YOU SUPPORT TRUMP!!!!!! ORANGE MAN BAAAAAD!

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Its not right for corporations to be allowed individual rights. Its a shell for legal protection.

The corporations are comprised of individuals that can make political contributions, which should be their own, not fronting for corporate.

 

 

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2 mins ago, Dave588 said:

Its not right for corporations to be allowed individual rights. Its a shell for legal protection.

The corporations are comprised of individuals that can make political contributions, which should be their own, not fronting for corporate.

 

 

You want the Citizens United case overturned?

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10 mins ago, Gotcow? said:

What corporations?

Companies That Will Suspend Donations

Four companies said they would stop giving to the 147 members of Congress who refused to certify election results.

Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, which provides health insurance to millions of people across the country. During the 2020 election cycle, its PAC gave $10,000 to Tuberville, $1,000 to Marshall, and $500 to Hawley.

Marriott, the hotel company. Its PAC gave $1,000 to Hawley’s campaign and $1,000 to his leadership PAC in 2020.

Commerce Bancshares, the bank holding company best known for operating Commerce Bank. Its PAC gave $2,500 to Marshall in 2020. “At this time, we have suspended all support for officials who have impeded the peaceful transfer of power,” a company spokesperson said in a statement to Popular Information.

Boston Scientific, a medical device company, will suspend all its PAC activity “in light of recent events.”

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Don’t worry the 70million trump supporters will spend their money else where ......remember A O C AND GOYA LOL LOL LOL LOL ....don’t worry these dem establishments have NOT  learned rule  one of business and there college edjumacated ....THE REPUBLICANS MONEY IS JUST AS GREEN AS THE dems , DO WITH OUT IT lol lol lol 

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