That's what it says on the 2018 link as well, the one were Warren received the $15,059 that Jimmy Dore circled in the video and that you referred to as "corporate donations from Kaiser Health":
This table lists candidates receiving money from this organization in 2017-2018. The organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organizations' PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families. Organization totals may include subsidiaries and affiliates.
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Bernie's individual donors come from employees who are workers, I pointed this out in post #16.
If you don't believe me, Kaiser Health News recently tried to slam Bernie for taking $200 donations from TWO healthcare employees "who could be considered executives" ...
KHN: Sanders Calls On Candidates To Reject Donations From Health Industry: You Can't Change A Corrupt System By Taking Its Money'
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) invited his fellow presidential candidates to join him in refusing to accept contributions over $200 from political action committees, lobbyists and executives of health insurance and drug companies.
But an ABC News review of FEC records identified at least three contributions of more than $200 from two individual donors who could be considered executives at companies in those fields.
Two individual employees who "can be considered executive". Wow, Bernie has really gone corporate -- hilarious ~
No doubt that Warren's campaign receives donations from individual healthcare workers, but Bernie practically gets ALL his campaign funding from individual workers and in this case, individual healthcare workers.
And, those donations Warren is taking from Kaiser are from donors representing the Kaiser corporation, plain and simple.
If you don't believe what I'm saying, Warren is already in bed with the Medical Device Industry ...
Elizabeth Warren Goes to Bat for Medical Device Industry
Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic star who just last week unveiled a bill targeting the profits of large drug makers, doesn't sound like much of a populist when it comes to another group of big health care corporations, the medical device manufacturers, many of which happen to be headquartered in the Senator's home state of Massachusetts.
Warren's coziness with those companies is now earning her criticism within her party, with one former Democratic Senate staffer describing some of her positions as "repulsive."
Yhe devil is always in the details -- and Jimmy Dore is spot on.