Goldman, JPMorgan, Citi, Morgan Stanley Pause Political Contributions
Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Citigroup Inc., Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase & Co. plan to pause all political contributions, joining a growing list of companies changing or reviewing their donation policies in the aftermath of riots at the Capitol in the past week.
Major corporations say they will stop donating to members of Congress who tried to overturn the election
On January 6, a violent mob stormed the Capitol of the United States, disrupting the joint session to confirm Joe Biden's victory. The incident left five people dead, including a member of the Capitol police who was crushed to death in the mele.
Boise man who stormed U.S. Capitol building: 'I got caught up in the moment'
BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — A Boise man who stormed the U. S. Capitol building is speaking out about his actions. Photos from Wednesday’s siege of the U. S. Capitol building appeared to show Josiah Colt climbing down the balcony onto the Senate floor. CBS2 News has been in contact with Colt and received the following statement:“I love America, I love the people, I didn’t hurt anyone and I didn’t cause any damage in the Chamber.
Rep. Meijer: I experienced the heinous assault on Capitol; now, time to face reality
Several times our group found ourselves alone, with no police escort, fearful of what threats might lie around the next corner, Rep. Meijer writes