Since President Trump’s social media accounts were frozen, people started looking closer into the donors who contributed funds to the 59th Presidential Inaugural Activities for President-elect Biden. Included on the list were big tech companies and major corporations such as Google, Microsoft, and Qualcomm.
The Biden Inaugural Committee donor list also included internet service providers Verizon and Comcast, aerospace giant Boeing, labor union IBEW, health insurance company Anthem, Inc., and medical technology company Masimo Corporation.
While the committee banned registered lobbyists and fossil fuel companies from donating, individuals can contribute up to $500,000 and corporate donations up to $1 million. They limited online donations to $100,000 but later clarified that this was due to limitations on the fundraising platform ActBlue itself.
Several unions, such as the American Federation of Teachers COPE, United Food And Commercial Workers, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, also donated towards confirming Joe Biden’s Inauguration.
January 6 was the day that 147 Republican members of Congress turned to object the Electoral College results that could change the Presidential results. The radical left linked cases of overturning the election to the violence that was incited outside of the U.S Capitol building earlier that day.
Rioters had trashed and vandalized the federal property, despite President Trump tweeting out to his followers to “go home.” High-profile politicians, such as Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, still blamed the President for inciting violence and even compared the building break-in to Pearl Harbor.
Companies that typically favor and fund Republican candidates have come out and threatened to suspend support to those who challenged the 2020 Presidential Election and helped incite ‘Capitol Violence.’ Blue Cross Blue Shield Association had donated to Tuberville, Marshall, and Hawley, all of them being senators who looked to challenge the Electoral College results.
“At the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, we continuously evaluate our political contributions to ensure that those we support share our values and goals. In light of this week’s violent, shocking assault on the United States Capitol, and the votes of some members of Congress to subvert the results of November’s election by challenging Electoral College results, BCBSA will suspend contributions to those lawmakers who voted to undermine our democracy,” the statement reads.
Other companies, such as Marriott International and Commerce Bancshares, have also threatened to stop donating to Republican members. Thousands of election lawsuits with credible evidence and key witnesses were thrown out of federal courts due to the radical left and their influence on the media, but no platform acknowledges that.
Big tech companies, such as Twitter and Facebook, continue to censor credible information to the public and pour their money into Biden’s inauguration. Big corporations continue to “pause contributions” and step down from supporting GOP members right after an election. They’ve always bribed politicians – now it’s just public.