From Dr. Brian Babin <[email protected]>
Subject Stand Against Woke Corporations
Date April 25, 2022 10:00 PM
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Democrats like to claim that Republicans are “corporate stooges,” that we’re in the pocket of big business, and that we don’t care about “the little guy.”

This couldn’t be further from the truth.

Monopolies cannot exist without corporatism - the system you get when big government and big business work together to protect each others’ interests. And we all know which party is the party of big government.

This is why it should come as no surprise to anyone that corporations have spent the last few years adopting the woke ideology of the far left. This cannot stand! The free market should be free, not another place for progressives to force their extreme social agenda on everyday Americans!

Democrats are only so good at twisting the arms of the corporate world because they are willing to leverage the power of the state to protect corporations' bottom lines. Without the state behind them, the far left is much less powerful.

That’s why it is vital we win big in November! With Republicans in charge in the House, the radical left will not have nearly as much to offer the corporate sector in exchange for enforcing their woke ideology.

Can I count on you to chip in, and help us take back the House to restore sanity to America and stand up to woke corporatism? [[link removed]]


For Texas,

Dr. Brian Babin

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