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CNBC journo's list of corporate attendees at GOP retreat definitely not intended be used for boycott purposes (with bonus awkwardness)

The Republican Attorneys General Association will soon be having a private retreat in Florida, and a CNBC reporter is tying the meetings to the overturning of Roe v. Wade for no particular reason whatsoever:

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“Just weeks after backing the overturning of Roe v. Wade.”

But to make things easier for activists, not that it was the intent here (cue half an eye roll), there’s a handy-dandy list of companies provided:

Oh, well isn’t that helpful to some…

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The reporter seemed to be defending himself against accusations of “activist reporting” with this retweet:

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That’s good to know because the people who sign paychecks for CNBC might not have appreciated it if they were being targeted for boycotts, because they’re on the list:

We’re sure the ol’ parent company of CNBC won’t mind being on the “wink wink, nudge nudge” list obviously intended to help lefties organize their boycotts.

They’ll certainly appreciate that.

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However, Dem donors have also been spotted:

All in all…

It really was.

Naturally the story wasn’t intended to whip up the pro-boycott lefties. Wait…

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Yeah, maybe it was.

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