The bootlegger-baptist coalition is an idea from the economics of regulation, which libertarians are fond of invoking. The idea is that, when new regulations are being considered, the coalition supporting a particular regulation often comprises one group with a moral or political objective, and one group with self-interested or monetary objective.
I've heard this theory mentioned or implied. This is a good elucidation of the idea. I think this is fertile ground for more research. If there isn't one, someone should compile a list (expand your list) of Woke Capital examples along with instances of hypocrisy.