Republicans were the most vocal in urging their followers to come to Washington on January 6 to try to reverse President Donald J. Trump’s loss, spur election reversals, and caused grievances that led to the deadly riots on the Capitol, which have reaped huge profits from it in consequence, according to new campaign data.
Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri and Ted Cruz of Texas, who led the challenge to President Biden win in their room, each bringing in more than $ 3 million in a three-month fundraising campaign. after the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, Republican Party of Georgia, person call rage “1776 moment” and then the commission was subsequently stripped for advocates intransigent conspiracy theories and advocates political violence, has raised $ 3.2 million – more than Representative Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader, and nearly every other member of the House leadership.
A New York Times analysis of the latest Federal Election Commission revelations illustrates how the leaders of the Biden’s attempt to overturn his election victory took advantage of the anger of their supporters to reap huge sums of cash for the campaign. Not being punished for encouraging lethal demonstrations, they thrived in a system usually rewards the loudest and most extreme voices, using the rage surrounding the riot to brand their politics. The analysis examined the individual campaign accounts of the lawmakers, not the general fundraising committees or leadership’s political action committees.