What Do Goldman Sachs, Fox News, and Time Warner Have in Common? They All Fund Hillary Clinton

February 12, 2015   |   Cassius Methyl

Cassius Methyl & Nick Bernabe
February 12, 2015

(ANTIMEDIA) America’s political system is heavily influenced by money, everyone knows that. In fact, the argument can be made that the US has become an oligarchy. People say follow the money, and in politics it can lead you to the agenda which politicians will carry out once elected.

President Obama’s top donor in 2008 was Goldman Sachs, in 2009 he bailed out Wall Street. Dick Cheney had blatant financial ties with oil giant Halliburton, they made $39.5 billion in revenue from the war in Iraq that Cheney tricked us into.

So where are Hillary’s ties? Here is a screen shot that displays Hillary Clinton’s top campaign donors since 1989:

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Does this surprise you? The most open supporters of Clinton are among the utmost notorious, corrupt, and hated American corporations. By corrupt, I mean influential in the creation and enforcement of law for their own benefit. As the Free Beacon noted,

“Goldman Sachs, for example, ranks dead last for reputation, and is the second largest corporate donor to Hillary Clinton. Her top corporate donor, Citigroup, ranks 89th out of 100. Her fourth largest donor, JP Morgan Chase, came in 87th. Other Clinton donors making the list of companies held in poor esteem by the public include Time Warner (85/100) and 21st Century Fox (65/100). Collectively these companies have given more than $2.8 million to Clinton’s campaigns.”

Also to note is Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox, the parent company of Fox News, which has donated a total of over $300,000 to Hillary Clinton. Looking for proof that war mongers don’t care what party you are affiliated with as long as the bombs keep dropping? Look no further.

Hillary and the Democrats are obviously not alone in their dealings with corporate America; both parties are bought and paid for. In 2008 Goldman Sachs was Obama’s top fundraiser, in 2012 they were Romney’s.

Likely presidential Candidate Jeb Bush is no different. He will be inheriting Romney’s big donors, guaranteed to also have ties to corrupt corporations.

Are you getting tired of Oligarch government? Who do you like for 2016? Let us know what you think in the comments below.


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Author: Cassius Methyl

Cassius Methyl joined Anti-Media as an independent journalist in March of 2014. His topics of interest include thinking, creating a future, deep spirituality, and astrology. He resides in Sacramento, California.

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  1. greens, libertarians and independents better join forces or it won't mean a damn thing

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  2. Doesn't make a difference what we want, as long as a corrupt government calls the shots.

    Did everyone forget who runs the elections?

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  3. Bernie Sanders!

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  4. John Huntsman. I viewed the twelve Republican debates and he was the one who struck me as being the most plausible. He surely didn't fit the status quo.

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  5. John Huntsman. I viewed the twelve Republican debates and he was the one who struck me as being the most plausible. He surely didn't fit the status quo.

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  6. Crud. How do you delete on here ?

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  7. Did that list of donor corporations donate to anyone else? or were they solely giving to Hilary. The amounts were not that high as corporate donations go. My experience is that corps give to both parties and most legitimate candidates. They can't afford to only Back Mitt and then find him losing by a landslide. This looks like an anti-Hilary hit piece.

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  8. Joshua Cox – Are you in one of those categories?

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  9. Joshua Cox – Are you in one of those categories?

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  10. Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, or Ben Carson in that order … or either one being V.P. of the other.

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  11. EXACTLY!!!! Thank you! Someone with a brain. These are very low numbers and yes you do not want to donate zero to a candidate that has a really good chance of one day being in power. And I love the link that Obama only "bailed out" the banks because Goldman Sachs donated alot of money to him… yeah that's why. Nothing to do with saving the world economy from complete collapse…

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  12. Sanders/Warren 2016

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  13. Sanders/Warren 2016

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  14. I just can't believe California universities can even donate? That's bullshit!! That money should go towards something more beneficial..,,

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  15. I just can't believe California universities can even donate? That's bullshit!! That money should go towards something more beneficial..,,

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  16. More people need to open their eyes
    and realize that the people who truly
    hold power in the global economic
    system use the media and the
    Democratic-Republican party to keep
    us focused on issues of division. This
    allows each wing of the Dem-Rub
    party to claim to be the voice of
    opposing sides, while they really
    focus on the interests of their primary
    funders, to who's think tanks/universities/lobbying firms/law firms etc. they accept well paid positions in after their terms in office are complete.

    The whole "conservative vs. liberal,
    Democrat vs. Republican" thing is
    part of a larger scam, laced with
    buzzwords like "socialism",
    "capitalism", "freedom", "racism",
    "terrorism", and all kinds of other-isms, often vaguely defined and/or
    understood, used in ways that bypass
    logic and target emotion. This scam,
    usually called "divide and conquer", is
    one of the oldest scams in the world,
    if records left by ancient civilizations
    can be believed.

    Right now, there is a completely
    decentralized effort of people
    unknowingly working together toward
    educating the public about this
    problem, and the fact that it cannot be
    solved by voting for people who
    speak with silver tongues but don't
    really represent the interests of
    anyone or anything but personal gain.
    We must use the internet, while we
    still can, to educate ourselves, as well
    as to field and support candidates
    from within our own ranks. We need
    to turn this decentralized effort into a
    focused solidarity movement.

    We are the government, if we choose
    to be. We must host voter registration
    parties, and organize voting parties
    and motor pools on election day. We
    must make our requirements known
    to our elected officials. If they do not
    meet our requirements, we must field
    and support candidates from within
    our own ranks to replace them. Take
    action now. There are efforts
    underway to curb the current level of
    freedom enjoyed by the internet. We
    must use the internet, while we can,
    to organize as stated above.

    Use the internet, public libraries and any other resources you have to research everything you can about the current global economic structure, its history, the people involved in its evolution and maintenance, and particularly, where the money goes. Follow money trails. They are informative, not only about what
    monetary interests a candidate may
    have, but also about who benefits in
    the end from everything in the global
    economic system, who loses, and
    why. Try to find sources that most
    people will look upon as reputable.
    There is still, for example, a vast
    treasure of declassified government
    documents, as well as those never
    classified to begin with, available
    freely on government web sites, or
    with a Freedom Of Information Act
    Request.

    Most importantly, and I can't stress
    this enough, SHARE WHAT YOU
    LEARN and ENCOURAGE others to
    investigate on their own and draw
    their own conclusions, and find ways
    to RECRUIT and ORGANIZE people to
    become politically ACTIVE. Take
    positions within organizations
    working toward social justice and
    equity and relentlessly advocate the
    need for them to coordinate their
    efforts toward bringing forth the
    focused solidarity movement
    mentioned above. When we do this,
    we govern ourselves, rather than letting others govern us for their own ends.

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  17. Hillary all the way to the Whitehouse!!!!

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  18. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, or Mike Gravel (even though he's retired).

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  19. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, or Mike Gravel (even though he's retired).

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  20. After reading the article trying to enlighten you towards political corruption, and this is your response……dullards are a dime a dozen. I could only laugh at your response…..It's folks like you that inflate my ego into believing that I must be a genius. Thanks!

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  21. After reading the article trying to enlighten you towards political corruption, and this is your response……dullards are a dime a dozen. I could only laugh at your response…..It's folks like you that inflate my ego into believing that I must be a genius. Thanks!

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  22. The last two columns are "individuals" and "Political Action Committees". All of the money she got from University of California was actually from people employed there. Versus some kind of union at the school (although education unions do contribute millions from union dues all over the country). Since people are often motivated by money, where people work is collected somehow when people donate money. So, people at California University may agree with Hillary to a large degree, or they think she will favor their type of employment… probably some combination of the two. 🙂

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  23. Then you must be a fucking moron. Laid out for you in black and white. Clinton is a bought and paid for shill of corporate America. You are a prime example of someone voting against there own interest. I only hope you are unable to vote by natural causes when the primary rolls around.

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  24. Then you must be a fucking moron. Laid out for you in black and white. Clinton is a bought and paid for shill of corporate America. You are a prime example of someone voting against there own interest. I only hope you are unable to vote by natural causes when the primary rolls around.

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