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It’s no surprise that the nation’s five largest meatpackers, according to a May 12 government report, “engaged in a concerted effort with Trump Administration political officials to insulate themselves from coronavirus-related oversight.”

After all, the House Select Committee on the Coronavirus Crisis (the Committee), the body charged with oversight of government’s response to the pandemic, released a 23-page “Memorandum” last October that mapped how meatpackers and the Trump Administration joined forces to keep employees working in coronavirus-rife meat plants.

Those efforts paid off big time for Big Meat but proved deadly for their employees. According to the Committee, tens of thousands became infected with coronavirus and nearly 300 died of it.

Still, Trump’s Big Ag supporters were uncharacteristically silent after the May 12 report was released. None rose to declare it fake news or partisan hackery.

They didn’t because they couldn’t. The 12-member Committee is decidedly bipartisan; its seven Democrats and five Republicans feature James Clyburn, the Dems’ third highest ranking House member, and Steve Scalise, the Republicans’ second most powerful member.

As for facts, the Committee has bushels gleaned from 29 public hearings and 151,000 pages of evidence.

Twenty-six of the May 12 report’s 61 pages are footnotes documenting every detail of the meatpackers’ actions to influence government, often the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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