Obviously, we must continue to support our “free enterprise” system and the entire point of engaging in politics should be ensure that giant corporations which are explicitly anti-white and who are our political enemies pay the lowest corporate tax rate and face the fewest burdensome regulations possible!
“Since last fall, we have witnessed unprecedented levels of civic engagement from America’s corporations. Last November, to help fortify our electoral system, thousands of employers gave employees paid time off to vote or volunteer as election workers. Following up on that commitment to democracy, many CEOs and major trade groups promptly confirmed the election results and stood their ground when President Donald Trump challenged the count. In January, dozens of major companies pledged to withhold contributions to “objectors” in Congress who failed to perform their constitutional duty with a perfunctory confirmation of the electoral college results. Three months later, hundreds more firms signed onto petitions condemning attempts to roll back voting rights in nearly every state. …
But new data from the Federal Election Commission shows that these claims are myths. In fact, the vast majority of corporations are sticking to their pledge not to support those Republican “objectors,” and that stance is not hurting their market performance. In short, political “wokeness” works. …
Certainly, the objectors are feeling the pain. According to the Journal, “nearly 100 of the members who voted against certifying the election results and had comparable 2019 data reported receiving less money from corporate and industry PACs for their campaigns in the first half of the year compared with the first half of 2019.” That’s in line with a previous report that the 147 GOP legislators who voted against certifying Joe Biden’s victory saw an 80 percent drop in donations from corporate and industry PACs. …”
It is true that political wokeness is working. At least for now.
Republican politicians continue to cling to their antiquated Reaganite ideology. Mitch McConnell’s red line in the infrastructure negotiations is raising the corporate tax rate even though Big Business is openly aligned with the Democrats now. The GOP continues to suck up to these people and carry water for them and pay the political price for doing so even after being financially cut off by them.
Note: Many of these elderly conservative politicians have been in Washington for so long that they don’t know what else to do. They’ve always served Wall Street even though it is on the other side now.