President Joe Biden is reportedly aware of the clash between the Republican Party and American corporations and is ready to work with Wall Street to advance socialist public policies through both government and the private sector.
“President Biden realizes that business is now ready to move and that you are an important voice at the table,” Valerie Jarrett, a former adviser to President Obama, told Politico. “Big business doesn’t just rely on Republicans to look out for their interests. They pay attention to their own interests and become more involved. ”
In recent years the business world has become increasingly politically active – and the tendency of this activity has tended to move to the left.
For example, PayPal canceled plans to build an operations center in North Carolina in 2016 due to a state law prohibiting “transgender” people from using public toilets that are opposite to their biological gender. In 2018, Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods raised age requirements for gun sales in response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shootout in Parkland, Florida.
Many Americans are also concerned about the leftist tendency among big tech companies that has resulted in mostly conservative accounts being censored, banned, demonized, and suppressed.
In addition, large corporations recently condemned Georgia and other states’ efforts to make their electoral processes more secure, suggesting that Republican lawmakers are poorly responding to Biden’s loss to Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.
In fact, hundreds of companies signed a letter on Wednesday denouncing legislation that “prevents all eligible voters from having equal and fair opportunities to vote.”
The signatories of the letter include General Motors, Netflix, Starbucks, Amazon, BlackRock, Google and Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.
The statement itself was endorsed by former American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault and Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier after companies like Delta Air Lines, Coca Cola, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and Google spoke out against Georgia’s electoral reform law .
As Politico notes, the infamous Rothschild banking dynasty is involved in efforts to merge Democratic Party’s socialism with the financial power of big business:
Last weekend, more than 100 business leaders held a rare online meeting to discuss what action they should take after examining similar voting laws in states across the country. Lynn Forester de Rothschild, founder of the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism and one of the three people who coordinated the meeting, urged Biden to be more explicit about his desire to work with business leaders.
“My inclination is to trust him that he is not in the pockets of companies at the expense of people and the planet, but he definitely wants a vibrant business world that cares for our society,” she said in an interview.
In the fight against Republican electoral integrity, Wall Street law firms and attorneys join some of the best law firms in the country.
The New York Times reports that these firms partner with the Brennan Center for Justice, which is heavily funded by billionaire George Soros.
In 2019, the Brennan Center for Justice took money not only from Soros’ Open Society Foundations, but also from the Ford Foundation. Bank of America; the Tides Foundation; Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP; PayPal; JPMorgan Chase; Microsoft; PepsiCo; and Comcast NBCUniversal.
The centre’s efforts are to target state lawmakers in Georgia, Texas, New Hampshire, Florida, Michigan, and Arizona to stop “voter suppression laws,” including legislation requiring ID cards to be used to vote.
“I think he appreciates the role American corporations can play in tackling what we would define as social, political and cultural issues – not least because he understands that customer-facing companies absolutely understand their market have to.” Biden adviser said.
The GOP has traditionally been viewed as a party of big business, but that dynamic has changed as Republican voters feel increasingly disappointed when corporations use their power to attack conservative principles.
Republicans are increasingly open to corporate restrictions, especially Silicon Valley companies.
Concerns about the power of such corporations have sparked proposals by some Republicans, such as Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), Who this week launched trust-busting for 21st century law to further empower federal regulators to maintain the monopoly break practices from big tech companies.
It seems that the GOP is no longer the party of big business. And corporate America is no longer a place for constitutionalists.
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