McConnell to Corporate Donors: Keep Your Politics out of My Money - WhoWhatWhy

McConnell to Corporate Donors: Keep Your Politics out of My Money

Mitch McConnell, corporations
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The cartoon above was created by DonkeyHotey for WhoWhatWhy from these images: Mitch McConnell caricature (DonkeyHotey / Flickr – CC BY-SA 2.0), body (US Senate), logos: 1 (Blackstone Group / Wikimedia), 2 (UPS / Wikimedia), 3 (Kohlberg Kravis Roberts / Wikimedia), 4 (NextEra Energy / Wikimedia), 5 (Apollo Global Management / Wikimedia), 6 (Capital Group Companies / Wikimedia), 7 (Humana / Wikimedia), 8 (AT&T / Wikimedia), 9 (Blue Cross Blue Shield Association / Wikimedia), 10 (GEO Group / Wikimedia), 11 (Eli Lilly / Wikimedia), 12 (Raytheon / Wikimedia), 13 (American Airlines / Wikimedia), 14 (UnitedHealth Group / Wikimedia), 15 (MetLife logo / Wikimedia), 16 (JPMorgan Chase / Wikimedia), 17 (Altria Group / Wikimedia), 18 (FedEx / Wikimedia), 19 (Pfizer / Wikimedia), 20 (Comcast / Wikimedia), 21 (Charter / Wikimedia), 22 (Cigna / Wikimedia), 23 (CVS / Wikimedia), money pallet (Unknown / Wikimedia), and vault (ahobbit / Pixabay).

Related front page panorama photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell  / YouTube.

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One response to “McConnell to Corporate Donors: Keep Your Politics out of My Money”

  1. Avatar robert e williamson jr says:

    Seems to me that Mitch might be served well by reading the new National Intelligence Council’s March 2021 , Global Trends 2040 estimates.

    Maybe not he seems to me to have gone “around the bend” mentally. Could be because he is beginning to realize he has become irrelevant.