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Corporate Interests Boost Funding Of Election Deniers

Billionaires and big corporate donors kept funneling millions into outside groups boosting GOP lawmakers even after 139 House Republicans and eight senators voted to overturn the national election results in January, according to new federal election records reviewed by The Daily Poster.

The Senate Leadership Fund (SLF), which backs Senate Republicans, reported receiving $2 million from Occidental Petroleum on Jan. 6, 2021, the day of the right-wing insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. The Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF), which supports GOP House candidates, raised substantially more than it did during the 2019 election cycle at this time, with big donations from oil companies, billionaires, and undisclosed sources.

The two super PACs represent one of the most effective avenues for wealthy donors and corporate interests to pump money into the national GOP. The groups are not subject to any contribution limits, and thanks to consistently weak campaign finance law enforcement, super PACs have become key elements of the party infrastructure, working closely with political parties and candidates.

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This sounds like propaganda to delegitimize those who question the 2020 election. For the record, no corporation has funded me for my questioning of the 2020 election. In fact, no corporation has funded me for anything!