According to a financial disclosure, the money trail behind Joe Biden‘s inauguration events connects him to at least ten major companies.
Joe Biden raised $61.8 million for his inauguration events. A lot of that money came from the usual Democrat donors, such as labor unions and wealthy individuals, but the surprising information centers around the money trail that came from corporations.
Biden’s inaugural committee received $1 million in contributions each from ten major companies, including:
- Pfizer Inc.
- AT&T Services Inc.
- Bank of America Corp.
- Boeing Co.
- Uber Technologies Inc.
- Lockheed Martin Corp.
- Qualcomm Inc.
While many of these corporations likely donated because they benefit from big government Democrats gaining power, many people are concerned about Pfizer’s donation.
One Twitter user made an excellent point in a response to Bill Clinton accuser Juanita Broaddrick’s tweet about the contributions, writing: “I’ve always been saying that Biden owes Pfizer. It’s not just the inaugural, it’s the fact that they withheld the vax information until after the election. Now it’s payback time.”
I've always been saying that Biden owes Pfizer. It's not just the inaugural, it's the fact that they withheld the vax information until after the election. Now it's payback time.
— Big Jay (@BiggestJay2050) August 24, 2021
The “payback” he’s referring to has been cited by many other concerned Americans, as Pfizer’s COVID vaccine was just recently approved by the FDA while there were still concerns about its efficacy and possible long-term side effects that have not been studied.
If Biden is now in debt to a major player in the COVID pandemic, what will they have him do next?
Politico reports: “Others hitting the $1 million cap included the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers labor union; the Sherwood Foundation, a Nebraska nonprofit run by Warren Buffett’s daughter, Susie Buffett; Levantine Entertainment LLC; and Masimo Corporation, a medical technology company whose founder, Joe Kiani, was a top donor to a super PAC that backed Biden during the Democratic primary.”
Many individuals, including hedge fund billionaire and Republican megadonor Ken Griffin, also donated $500,000 to Biden’s inaugural committee.
According to reporting from Reuters, “The money raised by Biden’s committee was well below the $106 million raised by Donald Trump for his 2017 inauguration, but exceeded the $53 million raised by Barack Obama for his first inauguration in 2009.”