Corporate America

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@DanPriceSeattle

@thehill @MonicaLewinsky Our employees proved that this can work no problem. Corporate America has proven they don’t care and won’t do it which is why we need to enact legislation to pay and protect workers, tax the rich, and get money out of politics.

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@JordanChariton

Water privatization is poisoning water all over America—and the media is crickets. https://t.co/SumqZqgMUJ

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@kilmeade

.@cvpayne warns the left-wing pressure for companies to take political stances is a "complete upheaval of corporate America." https://t.co/TN5yGqbLw7

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@SteveHiltonx

the Democrats are trying to: - rig the Supreme Court - rig the Senate - rig the voting rules they are undermining our democracy and Corporate America is helping them do it we face a frightening concentration of power in this country and we must fight back HARD ✊

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@DonaldJTrumpJr

Why do these "woke" corps only attack America & never China? "On the call were the CEOs of United, Delta & American Airlines, Levi Strauss, LinkedIn, various investment firms, Walmart & General Motors. Then there was James Murdoch & wife Kathryn Murdoch" https://t.co/E8sVVT2Dn3

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@DanPriceSeattle

America since 1990 Minimum wage: up 91% Corporate profits: up 618% Wealth of poorest half of people: up 219% Wealth of billionaires: up 1,800% For every gain regular people get, the super-rich are taking 90% of the pie and ensure it stays that way by funding politicians.

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@AFLCIO

NEWS: This past week, local NBC and ABC affiliates have aired fake "interview" segments that look like news, but are actually corporate propaganda paid for by America's largest business lobby, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. https://t.co/YdVnSV6TmW

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@JRubinBlogger

The IRS chief noted that the vast majority of the tax gap comes from uncollected (i.e., evaded) taxes on corporations and the rich. Think of it as an extra tax cut for corporate America and for the super-rich. https://t.co/TvMauv94fj

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@TimOBrien

If Corporate America really has reached a watershed moment around political activism and voting rights, then the weeks and months ahead are going to offer a litmus test of that commitment. https://t.co/ScHt0h26NG

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@CREWcrew

If corporate executives in America want to demonstrate more than a temporary commitment to democracy, they can publicly endorse HR 1, which would implement long lasting voting rights protections and dark money disclosures. https://t.co/NGFbSOzGJP

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@Sifill_LDF

BIG NEWS TODAY. https://t.co/ahJd61JfsA

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@BillKristol

“The radical nature of the GOP turn against democracy has pushed corporate America to the point of condemning the Republican voting restrictions as vocally as it has.” An opening for Dems & business to find common ground not just on this issue but others? https://t.co/6vPlwuWdDr

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@dgelles

NEW: Amazon, Buffett and 100s more unite in the biggest show of solidarity to date, as the business community rallies against Republican efforts to pass restrictive new voting laws. w @andrewrsorkin https://t.co/TSPtxjkWhR

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@IngrahamAngle

If Corporate America wants to work with Dems to punish states that enact common sense voter ID laws, then they’ll have to deal with the business repercussions. https://t.co/al69SqavaN

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@RyanAFournier

Corporate America has made it clear they're hostages of the woke left and this is bleeding into politics https://t.co/FkEzMgoFSc

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@marceelias

The right question. https://t.co/KaddjuEU3Y

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@MorningsMaria

"I feel like corporate America is letting down the American people big time." -@MariaBartiromo

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@kylegriffin1

Amazon, BlackRock, Google, Warren Buffett and hundreds of other companies and executives signed on to a new statement opposing "any discriminatory legislation" that would make it harder for people to vote. https://t.co/uEuY9DEexz

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@marceelias

This is the article I wrote that has caused the National Review to panic that I now control Corporate America. I warn you, it is very dangerous, so be careful about reading it or sharing it. https://t.co/8dcnpDhl7r https://t.co/1t8smpnlEK

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@marceelias

My favorite part of this National Review article suggesting that I am "pulling the strings" on corporate America. I feel like I may owe them for the free advertising. https://t.co/JyMySJ6RNu https://t.co/1t8smpnlEK

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@DonaldJTrumpJr

Corporate America is pushing freedom-killing vaccine passports, censoring conservatives on social media & trying to stop common-sense Voter ID laws. These woke corporations are un-American to their core. Time for Republicans to finally stand up to them! https://t.co/37dbkuiOi1

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@AP

The long political union between corporate America and the Republican Party is fraying as companies take cultural stands and other interests diverge. Fissures have opened over GOP positions on many issues. https://t.co/37SdZrQ4Fh

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@Brian_Riedl

I'd also love to see the right stop treating corporate America as an automatic ally. Defending free market capitalism is often quite different from supporting corporatist companies that use government to collect favors & kneecap competitors while also mocking conservative voters.

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@AP

The GOP's bond with corporate America is fraying over issues like the party's rejection of climate science and its claims of 2020 election fraud. Business leaders also held a call this weekend to discuss opposition to Republican-backed voting restrictions. https://t.co/rkK0UugfJx

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@AnandWrites

If corporate America were serious about closing the racial wealth gap, or any of a number of other pursuits of justice, they wouldn’t start some heavily publicized new initiative. They would stop doing the things they continue to do to this very day. https://t.co/i3mJFSu8Mi

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@crampell

GOP & Corp America's tacit deal—political $$ in exchange for tax cuts—falling apart as GOP pursues more egregious policies. Corps have crunched the numbers & determined that promoting voting rights is more financially valuable than slightly lower tax rates https://t.co/RXeo4R0fKD

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@SteveHiltonx

so these corporate CEOs want to be woke Democrat activists? "boycott their brands. hound their CEOs. make their lives a misery" time to FIGHT BACK against Corporate America ✊ https://t.co/srHWgXsPRV

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@djeppink

Een les voor de onnozelaars die blind achter BLM aanliepen, en Corporate America dat geld gaf. BLM leiders kopen het duurste vastgoed. Voor zichzelf. https://t.co/Rf80ylllhE

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@BillKristol

"The reality is that the GOP’s working-class war against corporate America is neither a war, nor working class, nor especially anti-corporate...The GOP-corporate slap fight is more performative than substantive." https://t.co/6erm0UlPjf

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@TheEconomist

America now takes in less corporate tax as a percentage of GDP than almost any other country in the OECD https://t.co/PRMa3HQaws

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@JackPosobiec

Corporate America can funk right off https://t.co/nfzOPH68wR

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@PoliticusSarah

Mitch McConnell’s effort to bully corporate America has turned into a complete disaster for the Republican Party. https://t.co/OCzk9RGGXo via @politicususa

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@RBReich

Don’t let the GOP’s spat with corporate America fool you. The basic deal between the GOP and corporate America is still very much alive. https://t.co/KZiLRHDAQg

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@DanPriceSeattle

In a world of uncertainty, there are some things you can know for sure The sun rises in the east, dogs chase squirrels, and corporate America will not give the American worker a living wage unless it’s forced to do it. Jamie Dimon demonstrates this, in the open, for all to see. https://t.co/pkouzHJIsi

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@BillKristol

"This is where the performance veers from absurdist comedy to something much darker. Having abandoned both principles and traditional conservative sensibilities, some of the right seem ready to abandon the very idea of America." https://t.co/6erm0UlPjf

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@Thom_Hartmann

Dear Joe Manchin: The higher the corporate income tax, the more "pressure" there is on companies to grow their businesses in America. The lower the rate, the more they just give money to CEOs and dividends. We need to raise the corporate tax rate! https://t.co/gcGnFiS45a

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@joncoopertweets

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg: Corporate America 'can do more to pay their fair share' in taxes https://t.co/0ykkFxFxri

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@TimOBrien

McConnell can make all of the empty threats he wants to, and Corporate America can — and should — continue trying to take the high road, but will this won’t amount to authentic, no-holds-barred warfare? Nah. It’s more like a lovers’ quarrel. https://t.co/96yDIe3SdY

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@benshapiro

This letter is basically "GM is racist because it isn't signing large enough checks to my marketing firm" https://t.co/SI9vjaCQQ9

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@DailyMail

. @piersmorgan 'If terrified corporate America doesn't stop genuflecting so weakly at the intolerant knee of the woke fascists, then where will all this nonsense lead?' https://t.co/9NGGJrO3VZ https://t.co/HoK96N1cmD

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@revolttv

“No longer can corporate America manipulate us into believing incremental progress is acceptable action.” - @Diddy Read our Chairman’s open letter to corporate America. IF YOU LOVE US, PAY US. ✊

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@cvpayne

As corporate America continues to dive deeper into political issues (even on local level) with money and influence its working closer with Communist Chinese Party to circumvent rules in America. https://t.co/GMxbOXBUaO

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@marwilliamson

As long as short term corporate profits take precedence over the health and well-being of people & planet, the best we can do is manage America’s decline...just making it slower & more prolonged. We need a fundamental pattern disruption, a coalition of conscience & consciousness.

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@XXL

Diddy is getting torn apart for not paying his artists after demanding corporate America to properly pay Black communities

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@icecube

GM really needs to come to the table with greater details, full transparency and real dollars for Black owned media. https://t.co/yAsnGKkp4p

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@TimRunsHisMouth

The incredible part is that the corporate media thinks that most of America is too stupid to see their blatant bias.

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@LeeCamp

Corporate America consists of totalitarian entities laser-focused on short-term greed. These corporations have become largely decoupled from reality, from humanity, from sustainability, & from the environment.

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@tedlieu

Dear @BizRoundtable: How come you’re not listening to @LeaderMcConnell, who said: “My advice to the corporate CEOs of America is to stay out of politics”? https://t.co/nCfZOQNFoo

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@Diddy

We’re done letting corporations manipulate our culture into believing incremental progress is acceptable action. IF YOU LOVE US, PAY US. Here’s my letter to corporate America. https://t.co/zm0zNtaX7p

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@SenWarren

Giant corporations that make billions of dollars in profits off the services that the rest of us pay for need to invest in America's future. Billionaires and giant corporations must pay a lot more. https://t.co/LXUe5eVMiw

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@tedlieu

Dear @USChamber: You use numerous initiatives, lobbyists and donations for the purpose of having corporate America involved in politics. Are you now going to shut all that down based on @LeaderMcConnell’s view that corporations should stay out of politics? https://t.co/RKm30J8whu https://t.co/SMYCSZE7k4

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@GovMikeHuckabee

Thanks, @SteveScalise for pointing out the absolute hypocrisy of corporate America and their surrender to the brutal dictatorship of Communist China and their pretense to be protective of American rights. https://t.co/eZIEUsuWwK

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@Sites4Congress

@Jim_Jordan Jim Jordan: -gave big business a trillion-dollar tax cut -tried to cut Social Security to pay for it -funded by Big Pharma cash And now he wants us to believe he's standing up to corporate America? Pathetic.

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@nytimes

“My warning, if you will, to corporate America is to stay out of politics,” said Sen. Mitch McConnell, who has long argued that corporate donations are protected political speech. When questioned, he added: “I’m not talking about political contributions.” https://t.co/dVEh6psp79

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@tedcruz

Sadly, corporate America is trying to change all that.... https://t.co/vk4BPwgVJ9

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@kurtbardella

You hear that corporate America: do not give political contributions to the Republican Party. #MoscowMitch has spoken. https://t.co/UscSynwKJn

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@PalmerReport

When we threatened to boycott Coke and Delta over voter suppression, they quickly switched to our side. When Trumpists then threatened to boycott Coke and Delta, they shrugged it off. Corporate America is far more afraid of us than them. Let's keep that in mind going forward.

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@Public_Citizen

How the hell can you think corporate taxes are too high when 55 of America’s largest corporations paid $0 in taxes last year on billions of dollars in profits?

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@DavidCornDC

Trump just put out a statement calling for a boycott of "woke" corporations that don't support the GOP measures that restrict voting. The Republican war on Corporate America is heating up. Will GOPers now support raising corporate tax rates?

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@GOPLeader

President Biden wants to hike the corporate tax up to 28% from 21%. That results in higher prices for you and for small businesses struggling to stay afloat. It also makes America less competitive. Since 2017, 9 countries have lowered corporate tax rates to compete with the US.

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@RBReich

Corporate America’s playbook: 1) Exploit workers to maximize profits 2) Use profits to buy Congress 3) Use Congress to pass union-busting laws 4) Use union-busting laws to further exploit workers 5) Rinse and repeat How we break this cycle: build back a powerful labor movement. https://t.co/PS8mK2lvI2

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@Sites4Congress

Jim Jordan: -gave big business a trillion-dollar tax giveaway -tried to cut Social Security and Medicare to pay for it -funded by Big Pharma and fossil fuel cash And now he wants us to believe he's standing up to corporate America? Pathetic. #GymJordanIsUseless #FireJimJordan https://t.co/J8nWWBcWxv

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@QasimRashid

America isn’t in $30T debt because the poor rely too much on welfare & pay too little tax—but because billionaires pay too little tax & rely too much on corporate welfare. #TaxTheRich

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@RBReich

"Corporate speech is only allowed when it benefits me personally." The most corrupt and duplicitous politician in America, folks. https://t.co/z6B48ribup

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@AJentleson

An incredible statement. McConnell's message to corporate America: keep your wallets open but your mouths shut. https://t.co/G17THBjURp

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