Is Joe Biden taking a page out of the Hillary Clinton playbook? It looks that way to some people.
Biden visited Illinois this week and ended up at a company called Clayco. The company’s CEO is a big donor to Democrats. Are we supposed to believe this was just a coincidence?
This is Democrat politics 101.
FOX Business reports:
Biden visit to Clayco, whose CEO is Dem donor, raises eyebrows
President Biden’s official visit to the Clayco Inc. construction site near Chicago on Thursday comes after the company’s CEO donated more than $137,000 to the president’s 2020 campaign.
Biden visited the construction site in Elk Grove to discuss COVID-19 safety after giving a speech about the importance of work vaccine requirements.
Clayco CEO Bob Clark is a major Democratic donor who contributed more than $137,000 to Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign, according to records with the Federal Election Commission.
Clark also served as a bundler, bringing in at least $100,000 to Biden’s 2020 campaign, and contributed $1.6 million to Democratic campaigns in total, Forbes reported.
Do you think anyone in the media will ask Joe about this?
Robert Clark, CEO of the Clayco construction company, is a big Dem donor. Ahead of the last election, Clark gave the Biden Victory Fund $135,600.
The president will visit a Clayco construction site just outside of Chicago later today. pic.twitter.com/gZoL5lNIXa
— Philip Melanchthon Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) October 7, 2021
Joe Biden is visiting a construction project today that just so happens to be run by one of his campaign donors.
“Clayco CEO Bob Clark has contributed $1.6 million to Democratic campaigns, including at least $166,000 to Biden’s latest presidential run”https://t.co/teEcfF3e8Y
— America Rising (@AmericaRising) October 7, 2021
President Biden voices support for employer vaccine mandates at a Chicago area construction site run by Clayco, a company with St. Louis roots and headed by Democratic donor Bob Clark. https://t.co/v5tuawCawS pic.twitter.com/Q5THDx5WMe
— St. Louis Post-Dispatch (@stltoday) October 7, 2021
It’s just a coincidence, right?