Skip to comments.The Big Con – The Heritage Foundation and the Federalist Society are Being Funded by Google?…
Posted on 06/18/2020 4:46:03 PM PDT by aMorePerfectUnion
The Big Con.
What Senator Josh Hawley called the fraud of the conservative bargain is taking on an entirely new light thanks to the work of The National Pulse in what should be a game-changing expose on just who is funding, or should we say controlling, key aspects of expressed U.S. conservatism.
President Trump, in a tenuous alignment with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, has previously said the list of judicial nominees presented, considered, nominated and confirmed, were assembled and vetted by two specific groups: The Federalist Society and the Heritage Foundation; both of whom claim to hold conservative outlooks.
As a result, its a little more than concerning to discover that both organizations are being funded by the ultra-left wing Google ideology. Yes, the same Big Tech outlet currently working on an advanced directive to block, control, censor and eliminate conservative speech on-line, is financing the organizations who claim to support conservative speech.
More of article at link
When they say “Funded”, are they talking about Ad revenue? Because Google controls 70% of the ad revenue on the internet, but that does not mean they are funding the sites. They are doing business with them.
Whatever it means, the list they provide gives Trump nothing but backstabbing turncoats.
The article does not say. I’m not surprised. Disinformation...
The bigger con; The money Heritage takes from gullible supporters for accomplishing nothing of consequence. IMHO.
It actually says believed to be beneficiaries of Google donations.
Believed to be.
“The list (at the bottom of this article) includes key conservative influencers from major think tanks and publications some of whom are believed to be beneficiaries of large Google donations.”
“Note: This document is updated biannually and includes a list of politically-engaged trade associations, independent third-party organizations and other tax-exempt groups that receive the most substantial contributions from Googles U.S. Government Affairs and Public Policy team.”
So true. Don't ever give them your phone number. They'll be calling as often as a politician up for re-election.
“You can read the FULL LIST of which conservative groups are being funded by Google and Big Tech HERE.”
I’ll believe it if the blogger posts copies of the checks those groups directly received from Big Tech and Google, otherwise I’m not interested in unproven theories with no supporting evidence.
He’s blog pimping for hits...ironically hits drive ad revenue.
Trump has confirmed 197 judges.
62 of them have received at least 20 Democrat votes.
Both are foundations of Orthodox Conservatism.
Not unlike New Republic.
But Orthodox Conservatism has not a single Nationalist bone in its body. Not a whit.
Orthodox Conservatism brought us endless war, free trade and “internationalism”.
May Orthodox Conservatism rot in hell.
Conservatism without nationalism is like faith without works.
And the enemy of every American.
I know that Amazon allows users to pick a charity to give a small amount to when a purchase is made. The Heritage Foundation is on the list.
"Cry Havoc, and let slip the Dogs of War!"
See “Federalist Society” in the quotes below. They’re libertarian lawyers. What did you expect from stealth socialist libertines in one branch of the government in the process of weakening and taking control of the other two branches?
George T. Conway III
Early life and education
“Three years later, he obtained his J.D. degree from Yale Law School, where he was an editor of the Yale Law Journal and president of the school’s chapter of the Federalist Society.”
“In November 2018, Conway organized a group called Checks and Balances. The group was composed of more than a dozen members of the conservative-libertarian Federalist Society, which had been instrumental in selecting candidates for the Trump administration to appoint to federal courts.”
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