Over the past decade, American Big Business has adopted a communist mentality, ostensibly in an effort to control the activity of free Americans by influencing public opinion on various social justice agendas – which forms a shadow government of legal controls, with some companies targeting individuals to bring them into submission.
A new media analysis reveals that 51 out of tens of thousands of well-known firms consistently incorporate left-wing ideology into their products, services, employment policies, and advertising.
The 1792 Exchange, a non-profit group whose purpose is to expose corporations that only target conservatives, has begun compiling a detailed record of the infractions committed against them.
According to their website, their stated purpose is:
“1792 Exchange is a resource and alliance of likeminded organizations and leaders that guarantees all viewpoints have a seat at the cultural table. We bring together natural allies of First Amendment freedoms into a united movement. Working together, our convening power exposes coercion and executes a response to ensure private actors cannot force seismic cultural changes while silencing free expression.”
Fox News reported on the endeavor by the group:
“The 1792 Exchange recently launched its Spotlight Report, which assesses more than 1,000 companies’ “policies, practices, and other relevant criteria to determine the likelihood a company will cancel a contract or client, or boycott, divest, or deny services based on views or beliefs.”
Using these evaluations, the 1792 Exchange team classified enterprises into three categories: “Low Risk,” “Medium Risk,” and “High Risk.”
Planned Parenthood has received funds from Bank of America, which is one of the reasons it is on the ‘High Risk’ list.
According to the group’s website, “‘High Risk’ companies have generally canceled or denied business relationships based on viewpoint disagreements or pose a high risk of canceling people and businesses who do not share their views.” Out of the more than 1,000 companies evaluated, 147 are currently classified as “High Risk,” which means they are much more likely than other businesses to engage in direct discrimination.”
Justin Haskins is the head of The Heartland Institute’s Socialism Research Center and a New York Times best-selling book. He evaluated and categorized the 1792 Exchange’s judgments, then picked the 51 most influential ones that he feels Conservatives should comprehend.
Haskin noted that the mentioned firms “gone much further than merely promoting social justice causes; they have chosen to target conservative customers and employees, coercing or forcing Americans to abandon their deeply held beliefs in order to receive important goods or services or to stay employed.”
Banks may be the most influential category of awakened firms in the research. Some huge banks are use their financial clout to effectively compel their corporate clients to embrace climate change policies, even if it requires a radical transformation of their business methods.
Many of these banks have also weaponized their operations to promote social and ideological views favored by the left. For example, Bank of America vets its vendors based on their commitment to LGBTQ views, and it has ceased lending to some gun manufacturers. It has also provided funding to Planned Parenthood, as well as the Southern Poverty Law Center, which has a long track record of targeting conservative groups. CONTINUE READING…