(PatrioticPost.com)- For decades, the Democratic Party was seen as the party of the working class while the Republican Party was considered the party of the “Rich.” But that isn’t the case today.
The transformational shift in dynamic that culminated in the election of Donald J. Trump is now inescapably clear. The working class has now shifted to the Republicans while the very rich have staked a claim to the Democratic Party.
On Wednesday, billionaire Warren Buffett announced that he would pour $4.1 billion in Berkshire Hathaway shares into five radical Left foundations. And he won’t even feel a pinch over parting with those billions since Buffett’s net worth is $104.5 billion.
The five foundations that the sixth-richest man in the world is donating this fortune to include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as well as four other foundations established by a member of the Buffett family.
Among the causes for which these foundations advocate are abortion and “reproductive rights,” equity through social justice initiatives, as well as other globalist causes.
In announcing his $4.1 billion gift in shares, Buffett celebrated that he was halfway to his goal of giving away 99% of his net worth to “philanthropy.”
Like Buffett, America’s most notably wealthy are staunchly on the Left. The top three wealthiest Americans of 2020 (Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg) are all virulent Leftists, and they are all putting their money to globalist and Democrat causes.
Last year Mark Zuckerberg used some of his vast wealth to fund the 2020 election.
Election officials in major US cities and counties worked with a progressive group funded by Zuckerberg to create ballots, target voters and develop election “curing” letters for mail-in ballots in danger of being tossed out.
The Zuckerberg-funded non-profits strategically targeted voters and waged a voter assistance campaign aimed at poor and minority residents in an effort to help Democratic candidates win key elections throughout the US.
In total, Zuckerberg and his wife donated $419.5 million to the effort during the 2020 election cycle.
As a result of Zuckerberg’s actions, a number of states are pursuing legislation to bar private funding of public elections.