These 63 Billionaires Who Bankrolled Trump All The Way To Insurrection Have 'No Right To Feel Shocked'
Sheldon Adelson is dead and will have to pay for his sins elsewhere. The other 62 billionaires who thought Trump worth their money are outed here.
Sheldon Whitehouse explains all of it: How dark money bought the judicial system in the US, and what they're getting for their money. "There is a lot of hard-to-explain hypocrisy and rush taking place right now, and my experience around politics is that when you find hypocrisy in the daylight, look for power in the shadows." —Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse
The Rhode Island senator blasts the GOP's "hypocritical, tire-squealing 180" on the need to wait until after an election to fill a SCOTUS seat, but he really goes to town on Texas Senator (and failing candidate for re-election) John Cornyn for his devotion to Koch Brothers dark money.
Why would Republican Senators so obviously take a hypocritical position on Trump's SCOTUS appointment? The radical and powerful dark money that wants to own the courts. That's why.
Sheldon Whitehouse sounds the alarm on dark money groups controlling the SCOTUS process. It's why Republicans are being such hypocrites.
ABC This Week hosts the president of the Koch/Mercer funded "Judicial Crisis Network" to pimp Trump's list for right-wing judges. Normalizing dark money on the Sunday shows with no disclosure. SHAME.
"No surprise—it's fighting back as lawmakers conduct an antitrust probe and are realizing what happens when we leave tech monopolies unchecked."
Joni Ernst is in violation of campaign finance law, big time.
The IRS is supposed to enforce laws relating to dark money groups, but instead they've abrogated all responsibility after conservatives bullied them.
In Thursday's hearing on HR 1, Democrats' ethics bill, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez used her time to demonstrate how dark money corrupts everything.
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