Walmart PACs (Political Action Committees)

In 2013 it was reported that Walmart not only underfund their Canton, Ohio employees using government subsidies by relying on food stamps and Obamacare, Walmart wanted to force others to contribute matching Political Action Committees to help their fellow employee in charitable giving.

Walmart made 69 percent of their matching political donations to their employee hardship fund for conservative anti-worker causes while, they forced fellow workers in Canton, Ohio to hold demeaning food drives to support their own low paid employees for thanksgiving.

Is Walmart alone? How many other companies from Coca Cola to Hewlett-Packard attempt to implement the same PACs and prerogatives? Is the there any human dignity and decency within the United States worker? Dignity begins within the bones of our political leadership.

However, the Supreme Court has ruled that the Citizen’s United and FEC vs. Mc Cutcheon has turned the idea of political spending in our elections into legalized bribery.

If we don’t add an amendment to get money out of politics soon, we will become little more than homeless serfs of the United States.

Volunteer to support groups who want to add a Constitutional Amendment to remove corporate spending in our constitutional republic and restore our limited democratic constitutional republic as the founders intended.

Walmart Holds Food Drive For Its OWN Employees

Walmart Gets Busted Forcing Employees to Make Political Contributions to Republicans
By: Jason Easley more from Jason Easley
Monday, December, 23rd, 2013, 5:01 pm

Walmart Store Holding Thanksgiving Food Drive For Its Own Workers The Huffington Post | By Jillian Berman Posted: 11/18/2013 1:03 pm EST | Updated: 11/18/2013 11:51 pm EST


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