Pfizer Gives $1 Million to Kentucky GOP to Expand Its Headquarters – The “Mitch McConnell Building”

What did Congress, with the leadership of Sen. Mitch McConnell, do that warranted Pfizer to give the Kentucky GOP one million dollars for a political building?

McConnell supported giving the company immunity from lawsuit for a product that was never tested.  The company could harm or kill as many as they can, without worrying about lawsuits.  This is a company that then sold tens of billions of dollars of this dangerous vaccine—with the government paying for it.  Then they got the government to approve a “booster” (meant to boost profits, not your health) with no human testing and again the Feds paying for it.

Of course this is not a quid pro quo—but this is blood money.

Pfizer Gives $1 Million to Kentucky GOP to Expand Its Headquarters – The “Mitch McConnell Building

By Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit,  1/9/23

Pfizer donated $1 million to the Kentucky Republican Party in 2021 in what is being called the highest donation to a political party in state history.

The donation will be used to expand the Frankfort Mitch McConnell Building in the state capital.

The donation seems like a perfect fit.

Mitch McConnell has been a staunch supporter of the COVID vaccine and COVID legislation.

Via The Kentucky Lantern:

In what may be the largest political contribution ever given to a political party in Kentucky, the drug maker Pfizer Inc. gave $1 million last month to the building fund of the Republican Party of Kentucky.

A report filed by Republican Party of Kentucky Building Fund last week with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance listed the $1 million from Pfizer along with five other big corporation contributions in the final quarter of 2022 totalling $1.65 million.

That is an extraordinarily large haul for the fund which had raised only $6,000 during the first three quarters of 2022.

The other large corporate donors to the fund in late 2022 were:

  • Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., New York, $300,000;
  • Altria Client Services LLC, of Richmond, VA., $100,000;
  • Comcast Corp., of Philadelphia; $100,000;
  • AT&T, of St. Louis; $100,000;
  • Delta Air Lines, of Atlanta, $50,000.

State and federal campaign finance laws set limits on how much a person or political action committee can give to the executive committee of either political party. (A person can give no more than $15,000 per year.) And corporation contributions to a party’s executive committee are prohibited…

… The $1.65 million added to the GOP building fund would be plenty to pay for a major expansion and upgrade for the party headquarters. The Franklin County Property Valuation Administrator’s website currently lists the taxable value of the current headquarters property at $485,000. The Franklin PVA lists the taxable value of the adjacent vacant lot owned by the Republican Party at $150,000.

A sign identifies the party headquarters as the Mitch McConnell Building, in honor of U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.

Read the entire report here.

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Comments

  1. That money should be confiscated from the KY GOP and diverted to building more of the border wall down south.

    then an investigation should be opened up on that whole mess and anyone who committed any crimes.

  2. This piece should be Dragged out of office!!

  3. gop if you keep it I do not want anything to do with you anymore, you helped this company murder a lot of people.

  4. This isn’t a donation, it is a bribe.

  5. Moderate me commies says

    It one big club and we the people ain’t in it.. Thank God the founders gave us the answers for that particular problem..

    people are selected not elected.. The commies in both Parties have infiltrated and conquered every single institution in America ..
    Pfizer should be shut down and the people who brought us the gene therapy should be in prison for life..

    The State GOP should be ashamed of themselves.. I hope that building is cursed with all the souls Pfizer has taken..

  6. Why doesn’t Pfizer LOWER its drug prices instead of pissing away taxpayer’s money on this Kentucky BS! Pfizer CEO belongs in prison for the poison Covid injection. Pfizer has killed how many millions already? Pfizer has been ripping off the taxpayers billions of dollars and it needs to stop! Congress is as corrupt as can be by keep giving this corrupt company millions and millions and then not holding Pfizer accountable for the injuries and death caused by the Coving poison!

  7. Patricia Curphy says

    I would not even walk in a Mitch McConnell building. He is an outrages senator – a hoax married to a Chinese billionaire. That is why he is the head of the Senate? Just ask the Chinese.

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