Canceling Republican Patriots

The cancel culture is going strong. Companies are suspending donations to political candidates, especially Republicans and they are focusing on the ones who stood up for Americans wanting to see an investigation into the alleged election fraud.  Some companies are going so far as to ask Senators to refund previous donations. And most of the media coverage is suggesting that the Republicans’ vote against certification sought to undermine a legitimate election. I’m sure we will find in the future that the Republicans were heroes.**
Here is a list of the companies who are participating in the latest version of cancel culture:

Suspending political giving to both parties pending reviews:

  • Hilton Hotels
  • BP
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Boston Scientific
  • Microsoft
  • Hallmark
  • Facebook
  • Visa

Suspending political donations to both parties for the coming months:

  • JP Morgan
  • Citi

Indefinitely suspending donations to members of Congress who stood up for Americans concerned about election fraud:

  • Commerce Bank Shares
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Associate
  • AirBnB
  • American Express
  • Mastercard
  • Amazon
  • AT&T
  • Best Buy
  • Comcast
  • Verizon

 

Will not donate to any member of Congress who stood up for Americans who stood up for election fraud for the duration of their term in office:

  • DOW Chemical

Asked for Sens. Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Roger Marshall (R-KS) to return money previously donated to them:

  • Hallmark

Patriots, you know what to do. We can vote with our feet and with our wallets and with email and phones. As they have a right to donate or not donate, we have a right to disagree. Encourage companies that have suspended donations to support Republican politicians.

 

**REPUBLICAN HEROES  Support those who stood up for fair elections

Senators who stood up for fair elections

Ted Cruz (TX)

Josh Hawley (MO)

Cindy Hyde-Smith (MS)

Cynthia Lummis (WY)

John Kennedy (LA)

Roger Marshall (KS)

Rick Scott (FL)

Tommy Tuberville (AL)

Representatives who stood up for fair elections

Robert Aderholt (AL)

Rick Allen (GA)

Jodey Arrington (TX)

Brian Babin (TX)

Jim Baird (IN)

Jim Banks (IN)

Cliff Bentz (OR)

Jack Bergman (MI)

Stephanie Bice (OK)

Andy Biggs (AZ)

Dan Bishop (NC)

Lauren Boebert (CO)

Mike Bost (IL)

Mo Brooks (AL)

Ted Budd (NC)

Tim Burchett (TN)

Michael Burgess (TX)

Ken Calvert (CA)

Kat Cammack (FL)

Jerry Carl (AL)

Buddy Carter (GA)

John Carter (TX)

Madison Cawthorn (NC)

Steve Chabot (OH)

Ben Cline (VA)

Michael Cloud (TX)

Andrew Clyde (GA)

Tom Cole (OK)

Rick Crawford (AR)

 

Warren Davidson (OH)

Scott DesJarlais (TN)

Mario Diaz-Balart (FL)

Byron Donalds (FL)

Jeff Duncan (SC)

Neal Dunn (FL)

Ron Estes (KS)

Pat Fallon (TX)

Michelle Fischbach (MN)

Scott Fitzgerald (WI)

Chuck Fleischmann (TN)

Virginia Foxx (NC)

Scott Franklin (FL)

Russ Fulcher (ID)

Matt Gaetz (FL)

Mike Garcia (CA)

Bob Gibbs (OH)

Carlos Gimenez (FL)

Louie Gohmert (TX)

Bob Good (VA)

Lance Gooden (TX)

Paul Gosar (AZ)

Garret Graves (LA)

Sam Graves (MO)

Mark Green (TN)

Marjorie Greene (GA)

Morgan Griffith (VA)

Michael Guest (MS)

Jim Hagedorn (MN)

Andy Harris (MD)

Diana Harshbarger (TN)

Vicky Hartzler (MO)

Kevin Hern (OK)

Yvette Herrell (NM)

Jody Hice (GA)

Clay Higgins (LA)

Richard Hudson (NC)

Darrell Issa (CA)

Ronny Jackson (TX)

Chris Jacobs (NY)

Mike Johnson (LA)

 

Bill Johnson (OH)

Jim Jordan (OH)

John Joyce (PA)

Fred Keller (PA)

Trent Kelly (MS)

Mike Kelly (PA)

David Kustoff (TN)

Doug LaMalfa (CA)

Doug Lamborn (CO)

Jacob LaTurner (KS)

Debbie Lesko (AZ)

Billy Long (MO)

Barry Loudermilk (GA)

Frank Lucas (OK)

Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO)

Nicole Malliotakis (NY)

Tracey Mann (KS)

Brian Mast (FL)

Kevin McCarthy (CA)

Lisa McClain (MI)

Daniel Meuser (PA)

Mary Miller (IL)

Carol Miller (WV)

Alex Mooney (WV)

Barry Moore (AL)

Markwayne Mullin (OK)

Gregory Murphy (NC)

Troy Nehls (TX)

Ralph Norman (SC)

Devin Nunes (CA)

Jay Obernolte (CA)

Burgess Owens (UT)

Steven Palazzo (MS)

Gary Palmer (AL)

Greg Pence (IN)

Scott Perry (PA)

August Pfluger (TX)

Bill Posey (FL)

Guy Reschenthaler (PA)

Tom Rice (SC)

Mike Rogers (AL)

 

Hal Rogers (KY)

John Rose (TN)

Matt Rosendale (MT)

David Rouzer (NC)

John Rutherford (FL)

Steve Scalise (LA)

David Schweikert (AZ)

Pete Sessions (TX)

Jason Smith (MO)

Adrian Smith (NE)

Lloyd Smucker (PA)

Elise Stefanik (NY)

Greg Steube (FL)

Chris Stewart (UT)

Glenn Thompson (PA)

Tom Tiffany (WI)

William Timmons (SC)

Jefferson Van Drew (NJ)

Beth Van Duyne (TX)

Tim Walberg (MI)

Jackie Walorski (IN)

Randy Weber (TX)

Daniel Webster (FL)

Roger Williams (TX)

Joe Wilson (SC)

Rob Wittman (VA)

Ron Wright (TX)

Lee Zeldin (NY)

Forbes: major-companies-begin-suspending-donations-to-republicans-involved-in-biden-certification-challenge

Axios: business-donations-capitol-riot 

Fox news broadcast 1.11.2021  The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino

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  5 comments for “Canceling Republican Patriots

  1. Janet Shaw Carey
    January 13, 2021 at 10:11 am

    I am leaving the Republican Party and becoming an Independent. I am not going to support anyone who did not support the President that got more done in four years that all of the other elected officials have in all of the years they have been in office!

    • January 13, 2021 at 10:18 am

      Agree, Janet. I was a Democrat up until a few years ago so I was in no hurry to become a member of GOP. I am also an independent and more interested in a 3rd party. There are many in the Republican party that are not trustworthy as we now know. But I was pleasantly surprised at all the House members who stood up for the American people and free and fair elections. They will be shunned while the cowards hide. Maybe we should publish a list of the cowards also.

  2. Deborah Patton
    January 13, 2021 at 10:20 am

    Someone asked if it is better to start a new party or re-vamp the Republican Party by voting out all the traitors. Something to consider. No matter what- the traitors must go

    • January 13, 2021 at 5:54 pm

      I hear people commenting on both sides. Since I never was a Republican I like the idea of starting fresh. I’d like to leave the trash behind.

  3. Will
    January 13, 2021 at 10:57 pm

    Ok, answer me this, y’alls. You talk about parties and voting again. You realize our Republic is effectively dead without free honest and open elections. These swamp rats – D&R alike – just RIGGED TWO CONSECUTIVE ELECTIONS (Nov 3rd and Jan 5th). Tell me, I pray thee, how dost thou vote out the rats when they count the votes?? You have no say because this FRAUD was not only allowed to stand, THEY CERTIFIED IT AND OVERTHREW YOU, THEIR MASTERS UNDER THE CONSTITUTION.

    You have no soap box – they censor you and deplatform you, and they shut down any platform that dares offer an alternative.
    You have no jury box – the activist judges are in on the treason, and they deny justice and set aside the verdicts of juries.
    You already have no ballot box, as I already explained.

    Only one box remains, and that’s the cartridge box. This is not an incitement or a call to arms (Paying attention, fedbois?) – I’m asking when all peaceful avenues of fixing this mess are denied to you, just how do you do it? Or do you ignore reality and just keep shuffling along into the chains of your slavery??

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