A shocking 99 % of on-line political contributions made by Twitter workers in 2021 went to Democrats, in keeping with Federal Election Fee knowledge.
Twitter employees made 561 contributions via Actblue, the Democratic Celebration-linked funds processor, vs. simply eight via its Republican counterpart, WinRed.
“The one % shocks. They’ve any person who truly gave to the GOP. I’m shocked,” cracked Dan Gainor of the Media Analysis Heart, the non-profit conservative watchdog.
The 561 contributions made via Actblue in 2021 totaled $14,848.98.
“Their each day actions additionally contribute to that political celebration,” Gainor stated of Twitter staffers, who’ve been accused of censoring conservative commentary. “There was a time when you would give to at least one political celebration and nonetheless be fairhanded, however that point is long gone.”
Exterior on-line presents made via Actblue, a number of Twitter executives wrote massive private checks, the info present.
Twitter chief monetary officer Ned Segal gave the authorized most — $5,800 — to Rep. Conor Lamb (D-Pa.).
Govt Seksom Suriyapa gave $5,800 to Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.), data present
Employees legal professional Evan Stern gave $2,900 to Sen. Mark Kelley (D-Az.) and Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.), plus $2,900 to Dem John Fetterman, who’s operating for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, in keeping with the info.
The most important donation to a Republican: $250, went to anti-Trump Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Sick.) from former finance VP Wealthy Sullivan.
Twitter didn’t return a request for remark.