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UPDATE: After 1/6, @Pfizer said "for the next six months, Pfizer PAC will not contribute to any of the 147 Members of Congress who voted against certifying the Electoral College results." On 3/17, @Pfizer donated $2500 to @RepAdrianSmith, who voted against certification
3. Theil is the chairman of Palantir, on the board of Facebook, and runs a hedge fund. Backed by this mountain of corporate cash, Vance has the audacity to present himself as someone who is prepared to take on the elite and corporate power https://t.co/WrvcBKmQKC
David French is fine with submitting to our oligarchy or complaining about it. But what must always be avoided is *action.* God forbid we do something. https://t.co/eocppN4Fva
@RepMikeJohnson @KochIndustries After 1/6, the Koch political network said: "Lawmakers’ actions leading up to and during last week’s insurrection will weigh heavy in our evaluation of future support" This apparently did not apply to @KochIndustries, which is run by the same person, Charles Koch https://t.co/MlaK6CjhJ3
Scoop for ya this morning: John Boehner, whose memoir is out today, tells me he voted for Donald Trump in 2020. Worth keeping in mind as you read through book, where he spends time criticizing the former President. https://t.co/4Ff1Cu9SvS
John Boehner is doing an extensive media tour presenting himself as a different kind of Republican but whenever it matters he is the same kind of Republican https://t.co/jCkntLiPKJ
1. Corporations received a lot of positive press for holding a Zoom call discussing the possibility of action in support of voting rights but there is no time to waste. Texas could approve new voter suppression bills any day. https://t.co/66FZjhN6Hi