Popular Information’s Judd Legum reported that Experian, one of the three largest credit reporting companies in the country, donated $15,000 to the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), which is led by Senator Rick Scott. Scott is one of the leading Senate seditionists who voted to overturn the election and spread misinformation, helping to incite the violent and deadly assault on our Capitol on January 6th. The NRSC reported Experian’s contribution on January 27th.
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“Instead of holding Rick Scott accountable for his seditious actions that helped incite the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Experian rewarded him for attempting to overthrow our democracy. Cutting a $15,000 check to Rick Scott’s NRSC is an abhorrent confirmation that they’re protecting their own greedy corporate interests without any regard for democracy. Experian needs to stop donating to political committees run by seditious politicians and demand a refund for last month’s contribution,” said End Citizens United President Tiffany Muller.
Since January 6th, End Citizens United has called on corporate financiers to cut off funding to the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), the Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF), and the American Action Network (AAN). These are organizations that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy or Senator Rick Scott direct and oversee. The group has also called on corporations to request refunds from the Republicans Attorney Generals Association (RAGA) for it’s participation in recruiting for and organizing the insurrection through its dark money arm, the Rule of Law Defense Fund (RLDF). RAGA is the association that helps elect Republican Attorneys General (AG) and also helped organize a group of Republican AGs who filed failed lawsuits seeking to overturn the election.