Axios: Corporate America Has Cut Off The GOP At Least For Now

I’m probably going to be called a Republican shill for noticing this. If you believe that money talks and that the politicians have been selling out to corporate interests, this could be a big deal.


“Republican leaders turned to grassroots supporters and raked in sizable donations after corporations cut them off post-Jan. 6.

Why it matters: If those companies hoped to push the GOP toward the center, they may have done just the opposite by turning Republican lawmakers toward their most committed — and ideologically driven — supporters.

By the numbers: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s campaign committee didn’t get a single corporate PAC donation during the first quarter of the year, new reports show. …”

This is an unanticipated consequence of Stop the Steal.

Corporate America cut off the GOP in the first quarter of GOP, but they ended up raising even more money from their own voters. Suddenly, the voters are financing the politicians now. In other words, there is a power shift in leverage going on from Corporate America to the Republican base.

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Author: Hunter Wallace

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