If you’ve been following the American Manufacturing Council kerfuffle that’s unfolded in the days after the Charlottesville violence and the media aftermath, there’s a lot of news that isn’t being focused on. Probably everyone by now knows that Trump has been tweeting comments which to most observers would appear that he doesn’t hate white supremacists. For a sitting President of the U.S., he’s reasonably expected to weigh in against hatred on this topic and he failed.
So now in the media aftermath we see that several key members of the American Manufacturing Council have resigned and the President has now disbanded the council completely (presumably to prevent others from following suit). The news media has been quick to report all this.
What the news media is glossing over is the list of CEOs and corporations who did not resign from the council. If you think about it, this reads as a “Who’s Who of American CEO Friends of White Supremacists”, if you will. And so, without further ado, here’s that list.
Who’s Who of American CEO Friends of White Supremacists
|William M. Brown||Harris Corporation|
|Michael Dell||Dell Technologies Inc|
|John J. Ferriola||Nucor|
|Jeff Fettig||Whirlpool Corporation|
|Alex Gorsky||Johnson & Johnson|
|Gregory J. Hayes||United Technologies|
|Marillyn Hewson||Lockheed Martin|
|Jeff Immelt||General Electric Company|
|Jim Kamsickas||Dana Inc|
|Richard G. Kyle||Timken Company|
|Andrew Liveris||Dow Chemical Company|
|Doug Oberhelman||Caterpillar Inc.|
|Michael B. Polk||Newell Brands|
|Mark Sutton||International Paper|
|Wendell Weeks||Corning Inc.|