Follow the Corporate Funding Behind Sedition and Violence

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Follow the corporate funding behind sedition and violence

“Millions of people had to be whipped into a frenzy over bogus charges of voter fraud and a critical mass of them had to be directed to the Capitol building. The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) was involved in both activities.” – Popular Information

What role did RAGA and its self-described “policy arm” the Rule of Law Defense Fund (RLDF) have? Why send out a robo-call driving people to participate in the “March to Save America”? Who are the corporate donors funding RAGA and RDLF?

"Millions of people had to be whipped into a frenzy over bogus charges of voter fraud and a critical mass of them had to be directed to the Capitol building. The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) was involved in both activities."

Follow the dark money funding violence

DemLabs used StoryMaps, a free apps to create this story. It combines text, images, videos, soundtracks and maps to explain the flow of corporate funding to RAGA and RDLF. This includes:
Popular Information
Documented
Twitter
Republican Attorney General’s Association
SoundCloud

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Takeaway: It’s time to demand accountability from businesses funding violence and sedition.

Deepak
DemLabs

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