Right here Are All of the Manufacturers Severing Ties With Trump and His Allies

After last week’s harrowing uprising in the U.S. Capitol – when supporters of President Trump stormed the building on Jan. 6, convinced they could reverse the results of the presidential election that Trump lost last year – have turned The brands strive to separate themselves from the chaos of violence of this day.

But as anyone familiar with political fundraising knows, it’s not difficult to tie the financial ties between some of the country’s biggest brands and lawmakers who started a conspiracy theory that the election results are wrong. After all, those who voted against confirming the results of the 2020 presidential election were clearly visible. One consequence of the unsubstantiated claims of election fraud that manifested itself in last week’s seditious activity is this: Brands began to rethink how and why they donate to certain politicians.

Below is a list of all the brands that distance themselves from Trump and his allies in Congress. It is worth noting that the scope of the financial boycott varies from agent to agent.

Many have interrupted political contributions to Trump and the 147 Republican Congressmen (including eight Senators) who spoke out against electoral college certification last week. Up until this year, this congress campaign only served as a ceremonial seal of approval after an election. Some, like Dow Chemical, have pledged never to support these lawmakers again. Still others, like PGA of America, have terminated agreements with Trump’s hotels and golf courses.

The following list will be updated as announcements are made:

Airbnb

Airbnb January 11 statement: “Airbnb strongly condemns last week’s attack on the US Capitol and efforts to undermine our democratic process. We will continue to comply with our community guidelines by banning violent hate group members if we learn of such memberships, and the Airbnb PAC will update its framework and withhold support from those who voted against certification of presidential election results. “

American Express

“The attempts by some members of Congress last week to undermine the results of the presidential election and disrupt the peaceful transfer of power are inconsistent with our American Express Blue Box values. Therefore, the AXP PAC will not support them, ”the company said in a January 11 statement.

AmGen

The company said it would review its PAC guidelines after certain Republican lawmakers refused to confirm the presidential election, according to popular information.

BlueCross BlueShield

“Given the violent, shocking attack on the United States Capitol this week and the votes of some members of Congress to undermine the November election results by challenging the results of the electoral college, BCSBA will suspend contributions to those lawmakers who voted to undermine our democracy. These contributions are made through our PAC, which is supported solely by employee contributions, ”the company said in a January 8 statement.

“While a contrast of ideas, ideological differences and partisanship are part of our politics, it must never be to weaken our political system and undermine public confidence in it. We will continue to support lawmakers and candidates in both political parties who will work with us to build a stronger and healthier nation. “

CVS health

The company said it would review its PAC guidelines after certain Republican lawmakers refused to confirm the presidential election, according to popular information.

delta

The company said it would review its PAC guidelines after certain Republican lawmakers refused to confirm the presidential election, according to popular information.

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