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As BLM "Fry 'em Like Bacon" . . .

. . . mission continues to watch cops being murdered into 2022, below is a list of corporations that fell over themselves to be first to donate to BLM.

Thought you might like to know.

January 30, 2022




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"Det. Jason Rivera’s wife, Dominique Luzuriaga, told a packed St. Patrick’s Cathedral that her young husband would continue to live through her. She told a packed St. Patrick's Cathedral full of police, dignitaries and local leaders that 'the system continues to fail us.'" - NBCNewYork

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You've Got To Love It! Slick BLM Leaders Stick It To Their "Woke" Corporate CEO Donors, Buy Canadian Mansion For $6.3 Million, Reported Former Headquarters Of The Communist Party. - NewYorkPost

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When American voters place their focus on a totally corrupted national mainstream media, anything becomes possible. And that's what voters got with Biden on January 20, 2021.

The corporate CEOs, running the companies shown in the chart below, seemed to run as fast as they could to prove to the far-left how politically correct they were against the growing hatred of the traditions from many Americans living in the United States. I believe that is called "virtue signaling" or in other words, Look how good I am.

They handed out millions of dollars like candy to a group of advocates whose goal was to cause the American family unit to fail and then do it "proudly" under the banner of their Marxist training.

After I gathered up the corporate names, listing their contributions to the organization titled the BLM, I was amazed at the size of the donations. I thought consumers may have been charged way too much money for services if corporate CEOs have such an excess of funds lying around; here's a million, there's fifty thousand. Oh, all I can afford is $10,000. Will you take it?

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It is a stunning reality of life in the corporate world of America today, where too many CEOs, especially from larger corporations, have become insensitive and even hostile to the country's traditions.

I say that because it seems they have no problem passing out money to those who would put a boot heel on the memory of our founders along with those who died over the last 245 years protecting the nation.

Because of all the contributions by corporations to the BLM's candidate of choice, Joe Biden has now become president of the United States by just sitting in his basement during the election waiting for the crowning he knew would come.

Yet after only a few days in office, he has signed new legislation that affects American girls across the country. These girls, after years of hard training for athletic competitions, could now lose scholarship opportunities in sports when forced to run against boys who say they are girls.

And what about the women athletes, having years of self achievement in sporting events, are suddenly concerned their career could go down to the worship of inclusiveness for the same reason but at an adult level?

This same president, again the BLM's choice, has already shut down thousands of energy jobs in an afternoon of signings, some of those jobs held by hard working Black Americans.

This is not to mention the tens-of-thousands who will now lose their small businesses from the ripple effect of these well-paid Americans suddenly having no work in the energy business. However the oil will continue to flow out of the ground and other countries will instead refine it.

So what was the point for the world environment? I have no idea. Go ask the DNC, the ones who said in 2012 that the Palestinians owned the City of Jerusalem and voted to take the word "God" out of their platform, all this while under the leadership of the same Biden who is president today.

Even the new Democrat vice president chimed in about coal workers, saying they could easily get other jobs like cleaning out land mines. What?

It's just one more small step after thousands of small steps over the past thirty years where citizens can suddenly wake up one day to realize they no longer recognize the country they live in . . . or were born in.

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"‘Fortune 500’ Companies Donated To The Marxist, Anti-Capitalism Black Lives Matter Foundation." - TheFederalist

Article By Jordan Davidson, July 13, 2020, The Federalist

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Note: When you see an * after a corporate name, please visit CNET for more details. For all others visit The Federalist.

23 And Me An unspecified donation amount to BLM.
AirBnB $500,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Amazon $10,000,000 to BLM and others. 
Anastasia Beauty* $100,000
Anastasia Beverly Hills $1,000,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Apple* $100,000,000
Aritzia $100,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Atlantic Records Unknown amount to BLM.
Billie $100,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Biossance $100,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Bungie Unknown, sub company of Xbox & Microsoft Games.
Coca-Cola* $2,500,000
Deciem $100,000 to BLM and other organizations. 
Devolver Digital $65,000 to BLM.
Discord An unspecified donation amount to BLM.
Dropbox $500,000 to BLM.
EA* $1,000,000
Etsy* $1,000,000
Everlane* $75,000
Facebook* $10,000,000
FashionNova $1,000,000 to BLM and other organization.
Fitbit An unspecified donation amount to BLM.
For Love and Lemons One weekend’s sales to BLM and other organizations.
Ganni $100,000 to BLM and other organizations 
Gap Brands* $250,000
Gatorade $500,000, a sub company of Pepsi Co.
Glossier $500,000 to BLM and other organizations
Google* $12,000,000
H&M* $500,000
Home Depot* $1,000,000
Honest Beauty* $100,000
Hourglass Cosmetics $100,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Ilia Beauty $50,000 to BLM and other organizations. 
Intel $1,000,000 to BLM and other organizations.
International $500,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Kosas $20,000,000 to BLM and other organizations.
LipSlut 100% of one week’s earnings to BLM.
Lululemon Redirected their original donation funds to BLM.
Microsoft $250,000 to BLM and other organizations.
McDonalds* $1,000,000
Nabisco Sub companies of Mondelez
Nike* $40,000,000
Peloton* $500,000
Petty Little Thing Proceeds from at Home to BLM.
Pokemon An unspecified donation amount to BLM.
Pusheen the Cat An unspecified donation amount to BLM.
Square Enix Matched employee donations to BLM.
Spanx Pledged $100,000 to BLM and other organizations.
SavagexFenty An unspecified donation amount to BLM NY.
Square Enix* $250,000
Target* $10,000,000
That Game Co. $20,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Tinder An unspecified donation amount to BLM.
Toms $100,000 to BLM and other organizations.
Ubisoft $100,000 to BLM and NAACP
Ugg $500,000, sub company of Deckers to BLM /others. 
Unilever $250,000 to BLM.
Unilever Degree $100,000 to BLM. 
UnitedHealth Group* $10,000,000
Walmart* $100,000,000 to equity, equity says whites are racists.
Warby Parker* $1,000,000
Warner Records An unspecified donation amount to BLM.
Wendy’s* $500,000
Whoop* $20,000






‘Fortune 500’ Companies Full Article - TheFederalist

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BLM founder openly admits they were trained by Marxists and proud of it. - YoungRippa59

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"At least seven ' Fortune 500' companies donated funds to the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation despite its Marxist roots and anti-capitalistic views.

According to Axios, the 100 largest U.S. companies have so far committed $1.63 billion to organizations fighting racism and inequality.'  Analysis of social media posts, blogs, and public statements collected, however, shows that . . .

Decker’s Uggs, Amazon, Pepsi’s Gatorade, Microsoft, Warner Records, Intel, Bungie of Xbox and Microsoft Games, and Mondelez International’s Nabisco all specifically pledged money to the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation following the death of George Floyd.

According to the Black Lives Matter website, (may have changed in 22), their goal is to promote 'Freedom, Liberation and Justice' and 'to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.'

The movement’s ideological roots however, run deeper than bringing justice to victims of police brutality. 

One of the BLM co-founders, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, explained the foundation of the movement, inspired by her and co-founders Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi, in an interview in 2015.

'We actually do have an ideological frame,' she told The Real News. 'Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists.'

One click into the ' What We Believe,' (may have changed in 22), portion of the BLM website reveals a far broader agenda for the organization. Stated goals include 'disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure.'

Another mission statement refers to its members as 'comrades' a common moniker used by communists. In addition, the newest Black Lives Matter campaign, #WhatMatters2020, focuses on highlighting certain political issues such as 1.) 'racial injustice, 2.) police brutality, 3.) criminal justice reform, 4,) Black immigration, 5.) economic injustice, 6.) LGBTQIA+ and human rights, 7.) environmental injustice, 8.) access to healthcare, 9.) access to quality education, and 10.) voting rights and suppression' 11.) as well as 'government corruption' and 12.) 'commonsense gun laws' to emphasize and push in the 2020 election.

Using target goals, the organization hopes to increase the black voting demographic, educate and amplify on the previously mentioned political goals, and increase voter registration for younger generations, the black demographic, and 'allies.'

Using ActBlue, a platform dedicated to creating fundraising for 'Democratic candidates and committees, progressive organizations, and nonprofits that share our values,' Black Lives Matter solicits donations to further their goals. 

Although The Federalist reached out to each of the 'Fortune 500' companies for comment, asking whether or not financially supporting Black Lives Matter squared away with their capitalistic company values, economic practices, and political views, we received no response." - The Federalist


Above article By Jordan Davidson, July 13, 2020, The Federalist.

Jordan Davidson is a staff writer at The Federalist. She graduated from Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism.









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