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The 269 Companies Supporting Domestic Terror Outfits Antifa and Black Lives Matter

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Writer Ashley Goldenberg compiled a list of 269 companies that are donating money to or voicing support for the domestic terror groups known as Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

Goldenberg had been compiling this list on the blog site Medium.com but her account was deleted after Medium decided that it did not like facts to be published on its site.

As Breitbart News reported, in an email Medium sent to Goldenberg, the blogging platform accused her of violating the site’s rules against “hate speech, disinformation, and targeted harassment.”

“Medium’s decision to take down my post — and my account — is obviously a politically-motivated one,” Goldenberg told Breitbart News.

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“I wrote about large, powerful companies that support the Black Lives Matter movement to demonstrate that America is not the white supremacist country that the protesters are claiming it is. That’s not hate speech, disinformation, or harassment.”

“Meanwhile, on the same day Medium took down my account, the headline ‘CEOs Need to Treat Racism Like the Pandemic it is: How to reimagine companies in the era of Black Lives Matter‘ was featured on my [Medium] homepage,” Goldenberg wrote.

“That doesn’t seem coincidental,” she insisted.

Here is Goldenberg’s list:

Companies allegedly defending the rioters:

    1. 23andme: https://archive.is/Mjbwk
    2. 72andSunny: https://archive.is/B1x7Y
    3. AbbVie: https://archive.is/Q2Vqj
    4. Abbey Road Studios: https://archive.is/AJlrg
    5. The Academy (the Oscars): https://archive.is/cNRYf
    6. Activision Blizzard: https://archive.is/qfRJ1
    7. Adidas: https://archive.is/ezQ22
    8. Airbnb: https://archive.is/GmMjl
    9. Alaska Airlines: https://archive.is/wnICf
    10. Amazon: https://archive.is/lBR4u
    11. AMD: https://archive.is/i3krt
    12. American Airlines: https://archive.is/XBwhw
    13. American Express: https://archive.is/kzWXa
    14. American Apparel: https://archive.is/ETfYw
    15. Apple Music: https://archive.is/cj97E
    16. Ancestry: https://archive.is/5Q9JW
    17. Armani: https://archive.is/hX6Yw
    18. Astro Gaming: https://archive.is/9aWhf
    19. AT&T: https://archive.is/OzC04
    20. Atlantic Records: https://archive.is/65QQq
    21. AWS: https://archive.is/NXNAG
    22. AXE: https://archive.is/Xpxhw
    23. Barclays Bank: https://archive.is/9EAl4
    24. Barnes & Noble: https://archive.is/PCPKn
    25. Bandcamp: https://archive.is/5QQBT
    26. Bank of America: https://archive.is/FH1O0
    27. Bayer: https://archive.is/iT3EG
    28. Bergdorf Goodman: https://archive.is/nQiPA
    29. Bethesda: https://archive.is/2xeNE
    30. Ben & Jerry’s: https://archive.is/BqHRv
    31. Billboard: https://archive.is/Ruuv8
    32. BMW: https://archive.is/lRN51
    33. BP: https://archive.is/0qSwy
    34. Booking.com: https://archive.is/CZAs7
    35. Boost Mobile: https://archive.is/pLnAf
    36. Bratz: https://archive.is/vOA1d
    37. Burger King: https://archive.is/U9VzB
    38. Bungie: https://archive.is/81KHV
    39. Burberry: https://archive.is/ha0jP
    40. Burt’s Bees: https://archive.is/4NbLi
    41. Cadillac: https://archive.is/bS60C
    42. Call of Duty: https://archive.is/DEJA6
    43. Capcom: https://archive.is/S1BgN
    44. Capitol Records: https://archive.is/jeUpY
    45. Canada Goose: https://archive.is/y2nLo
    46. Cartoon Network: https://archive.is/CxAd7
    47. Chick-fil-A: https://archive.is/yiviH
    48. Chipotle: https://archive.is/Rk9zI
    49. Cisco: https://archive.is/fNvdP
    50. Citigroup: https://archive.is/36fkF
    51. Coca Cola: https://archive.is/bzTHi
    52. Colourpop Cosmetics: https://archive.is/AapIR
    53. Conde Nast: https://archive.is/ChMdI
    54. Converse: https://archive.is//sKjmg
    55. CORSAIR: https://archive.is/5S5DY
    56. Creative Commons: https://archive.is/kPdCO
    57. Criterion Collection: https://archive.is/JZ2Sd
    58. Crunchyroll: https://archive.is/q7Ucj
    59. CW: https://archive.is/JumZU
    60. CVS: https://archive.is/DbBSV
    61. DHL Express: https://archive.is/r4Pmp
    62. Dell: https://archive.is/IeI9j
    63. Degree: https://archive.is/SItaW
    64. Devolver Digital: https://archive.is/xcaEH
    65. DIRECTV: https://archive.is/hhBG4
    66. Discord: https://archive.is/hGtDw
    67. Disney: https://archive.is/wldfM
    68. Doritos: https://archive.is/nLHv0
    69. DoorDash: https://archive.is/vhTW2
    70. Doulingo: https://archive.is/v9Wpk
    71. Dribbble: https://archive.is/TDWFY
    72. Dropbox: https://archive.is/O2ygm
    73. E! News: https://archive.is/3PJyz
    74. EA: https://archive.is/92ALS
    75. Eaton: https://archive.is/ezfyE
    76. eBay: https://archive.is/TYTIz
    77. Eight Sleep: https://archive.is/IiV7n
    78. ESPN: https://archive.is/1I5Tf
    79. Etsy: https://archive.is/FtTof
    80. FedEx: https://archive.is/kKVJp
    81. Fender: https://archive.is/OGjBM
    82. Figma: https://archive.is/hNpcE
    83. FILA: https://archive.is/d6bZ6
    84. Fitbit: https://archive.is/Smx2g
    85. Foot Locker: https://archive.is/XRL65
    86. Formula 1: https://archive.is/FCpBG
    87. FOX: https://archive.is/p2BvT
    88. Frosted Mini Wheats: https://archive.is/vrEYN
    89. Funimation: https://archive.is/sfN8E
    90. GameSpot: https://archive.is/zEkO3
    91. Gartner: https://archive.is/QC8tz
    92. Gatorade: https://archive.is/fo7wl
    93. Genentech: https://archive.is/phHtt
    94. General Motors: https://archive.is/IP0a6
    95. Gibson: https://archive.is/qJYZY
    96. Glossier: https://archive.is/IYlXB
    97. GoDaddy: https://archive.is/VEMk4
    98. Goldman Sachs: https://archive.is/TA2h0
    99. GoFundMe: https://archive.is/Be0fJ
    100. Google: https://archive.is/DK2T8
    101. GoPro: https://archive.is/Aakvo
    102. Gorilla Glue: https://archive.is/0R9ya
    103. Grammarly: https://archive.is/Su1PT
    104. Grindr: https://archive.is/Z6KcW
    105. Guerilla Collective: https://archive.is/TTchM
    106. Gumroad: https://archive.is/oZMr7
    107. Gushers: https://archive.is/3Dju7
    108. Habitat for Humanity: https://archive.is/B81pI
    109. Harry’s: https://archive.is/mE4NN
    110. HBO: https://archive.is/oiUyY
    111. HBO Max: https://archive.is/LGsPt
    112. Headup: https://archive.is/G8ygg
    113. Help Scout: https://archive.is//D8DCs
    114. Hershey’s: https://archive.is/ZQ5zD
    115. H&M: https://archive.is/A9ONJ
    116. Home Depot: https://archive.is/KjUtA
    117. Honda: https://archive.is/4UYtd
    118. HP: https://archive.is/BO2tc
    119. Hulu: https://archive.is/4CyO2
    120. Humana: https://archive.is/RMRmE
    121. Humble Bundle: https://archive.is/YXDb6
    122. HyperX: https://archive.is/ZfHYp
    123. IBM: https://archive.is/ij3Q1
    124. IKEA: https://archive.is/piwcs
    125. IMAX: https://archive.is/OiCj1
    126. Indiegogo: https://archive.is/jrDZk
    127. itch.io: https://archive.is/UTsTi
    128. Intel: https://archive.is/93D5q
    129. Invision: https://archive.is/UZkK1
    130. ITV: https://archive.is/yD1pS
    131. Kickstarter: https://archive.is/0zwng
    132. Lacoste: https://archive.is/T7nwc
    133. Lego: https://archive.is/UKFhD
    134. Levi’s: https://archive.is/KizLO
    135. Lenovo: https://archive.is/aRuDu
    136. Lexus: https://archive.is/71b2c
    137. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/sX5zb
    138. L’Oreal Paris: https://archive.is/Jfelo
    139. Logitech: https://archive.is/vf6J7
    140. Lowe’s: https://archive.is/V5UFz
    141. Lucky Brand: https://archive.is/fY2Mw
    142. Lululemon: https://archive.is/rjCRV
    143. Louis Vuitton: https://archive.is/nGZe8
    144. Lyft: https://archive.is/UXl3k
    145. Madden NFL 20: https://archive.is/CTUoi
    146. Marvel Entertainment: https://archive.is/Ptup6
    147. Mastercard: https://archive.is/K0n1d
    148. MATTEL: https://archive.is/bvsqN
    149. McAfee: https://archive.is/IGXA1
    150. McDonald’s: https://archive.is/jOZ65
    151. Merck: https://archive.is/Uq30E
    152. Mercedes Benz: https://archive.is/bs8y6
    153. Met Life: https://archive.is/Dukhi
    154. Metropolitan Opera: https://archive.fo/wecQ2
    155. Microsoft: https://archive.is/A7Vjv
    156. Mozilla: https://archive.is/m1aLg
    157. Napster: https://archive.is/fVY1s
    158. NASCAR: https://archive.is/LG2hU
    159. Ncsoft: https://archive.is/OVPVP
    160. Netflix: https://archive.is/UVSEr
    161. New Balance: https://archive.is/NyGnG
    162. New York Life: https://archive.is/HVVVk
    163. NFL: https://archive.is/G4yq4
    164. NHL: https://archive.is/lYbyG
    165. Niantic: https://archive.is/UdKYR
    166. Nickelodeon: https://archive.is/JWSPQ
    167. Nike: https://archive.is/UXYBy
    168. Nintendo: https://archive.is/5UOjp
    169. Nordstrom: https://archive.is/A7mUU
    170. North Face: https://archive.is/rq1Cb
    171. Old Spice: https://archive.is/1UK5d
    172. OnlyFans: https://archive.is/EFs5C
    173. Paramount Pictures: https://archive.is/ixXHd
    174. Paramount Network: https://archive.is/BCAX3
    175. Patreon: https://archive.is/wzfM5
    176. Peloton: https://archive.is/d36k7
    177. Pepsi Co: https://archive.is/9S5ow
    178. Pfizer Inc: https://archive.is/A6hby
    179. Playstation: https://archive.is/52Vvl
    180. Plex: https://archive.is/9szCf
    181. Pokemon: https://archive.is/p9zuP
    182. Popeye’s Chicken: https://archive.is/CzlHd
    183. Pop-Tarts: https://archive.is/8cMGG
    184. Pornhub: https://archive.is/nciUB
    185. Porsche: https://archive.is/VrmlZ
    186. Pringles: https://archive.is/1WpA1
    187. Procter & Gamble: https://archive.is/JSMO4
    188. Puget Systems: https://archive.is/4Zcu7
    189. PUMA: https://archive.is/lHx9j
    190. Pusheen: https://archive.is/71dL1
    191. Qualcomm: https://archive.is/syYmb
    192. Quicken Loans: https://archive.is/SmDfJ
    193. Reddit: https://archive.is/H09M8
    194. RedHat: https://archive.is/ObTZu
    195. Red Lobster: https://archive.is/aIUyy
    196. Red Wing: https://archive.is/LLCVv
    197. Reebok: https://archive.is/v0nat
    198. Reese’s: https://archive.is/Rc4pJ
    199. Rice Krispies: https://archive.is/U4Zn9
    200. Riot Games: https://archive.is/2XH97
    201. Rockstar Games: https://archive.is/QdcPI
    202. Salesforce: https://archive.is/t1qZB
    203. Sanofi: https://archive.is//ErmGO
    204. Scholastic: https://archive.is/fFmX3
    205. Sega: https://archive.is/9YyUJ
    206. Sesame Street: https://archive.is/5he9K
    207. Society Generale US: https://archive.is/IoUgp
    208. Showtime: https://archive.is/YTPVw
    209. Sketch: https://archive.is/QvXDT
    210. Slack: https://archive.is/gF9ym
    211. Sephora: https://archive.is/Gm7Rc
    212. Shopify: https://archive.is/iq5jB
    213. Skillshare: https://archive.is/JX5em
    214. Snap: https://archive.is/HcGGQ
    215. Snapchat: https://archive.is/5reL4
    216. Sony: https://archive.is/1PtlU
    217. Soundcloud: https://archive.is/H3ZDC
    218. Spotify: https://archive.is/ufTeo
    219. Square Enix: https://archive.is/qmPIX
    220. STARZ: https://archive.is/eQ4YG
    221. Starbucks: https://archive.is/EENlS
    222. Star Wars: https://archive.is/xnSgt
    223. Subway: https://archive.is/D5F8H
    224. Supreme New York: https://archive.is/KqeQs
    225. Sysco Corporation: https://archive.is/WyXx8
    226. Taco Bell: https://archive.is/LLY9l
    227. Target: https://archive.is/YoIrO
    228. TBS: https://archive.is/N0QhU
    229. Tesco: https://archive.is/hZS7B
    230. Thatgamecompany: https://archive.is/7po1C
    231. Ticketmaster: https://archive.is/VkhNC
    232. TikTok: https://archive.is/bt2vy
    233. Timberland: https://archive.is/HZtxv
    234. Tinder: https://archive.is/YaY2y
    235. TMobile: https://archive.is//KB2lG
    236. Tumblr: https://archive.is/i9fMQ
    237. Twitch: https://archive.is/DAmR5
    238. Twitter: https://archive.is/auIgi
    239. Uber: https://archive.is/RrScn
    240. Uber Eats: https://archive.is/UwwQS
    241. Ubisoft: https://archive.is/0qMff
    242. Ugg: https://archive.is/YZuWv
    243. Ulta Beauty: https://archive.is/6ZESx
    244. Under Armor: https://archive.is/WuYMM
    245. UnitedHealth Group: https://archive.is/rzQXF
    246. Vanguard: https://archive.is/Y12IM
    247. Vans: https://archive.is/5nYag
    248. VeggieTales: https://archive.is/ocjzA
    249. Verizon: https://archive.is/hPZoJ
    250. VERSACE: https://archive.is/wWsxK
    251. Vevo: https://archive.is/MVtrR
    252. Via: https://archive.is/fFIvU
    253. ViacomCBS: https://archive.is/uCGXy
    254. Virgin Records: https://archive.is/QiykN
    255. Virta: https://archive.is/7e9KT
    256. VIZ: https://archive.is/eMuIW
    257. Vivaldi: https://archive.is/QO9do
    258. Warner Bros https://archive.is/F1Tqn
    259. Warner Records: https://archive.is/Mm6qb
    260. Well’s Fargo: https://archive.is/CGA4n
    261. Wendy’s: https://archive.is/7X4Nu
    262. WeWork: https://archive.is/TEpa7
    263. XBox: https://archive.is/6zdVS
    264. Yamaha Music USA: https://archive.is/ANDkF
    265. Yelp: https://archive.is/eU4NS
    266. YouTube: https://archive.is/5qz6a
    267. Zara: https://archive.is/t2QeR
    268. Zildijian: https://archive.fo/o6Tqi
    269. Zoom: https://archive.is/7o03X

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Missouri AG On Warrant Served On St. Louis Couple: Democrat Prosecutor Has History Of ‘Politically Motivated Decisions’

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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt responded about the search warrant that was served and at least one gun confiscated from the St. Louis couple who defended their home last month from an angry mob by saying that the Democrat prosecutor Kim Gardner who was handling the decision has an alleged track record of making politically motivated decisions.

“I know this is being handled by a local prosecutor, not something you’d be involved with, but what is your take on what we’re seeing tonight?” Fox News host Shannon Bream asked Schmitt. “The local warrant there signed off by a judge and being executed by St. Louis police?”

“Under Missouri law, under the Castle Doctrine, the individual has really expansive authority to protect their own lives, their home, and their property, and I think the story here to watch is the local prosecutor, Kim Gardner,” Schmitt responded. “Kim Gardner has an abysmal record in prosecuting violent crime, has recently released and been complicit in the release of dozens and dozens of inmates who have been charged with violent crimes, and has a record of making politically motivated decisions not based on the law. So, this is certainly something to watch.”

“One important factor here is this was a private street. This was not a public street,” Schmitt continued. “These individuals were on their way to the mayor’s house, actually, which has been vandalized several times. This was on a private street, and if you listen to the McCloskeys, they felt threatened, that they were going to be attacked and that it was made known to them. They made known to the protesters and the people who came by that this was a private street, and they said they were going to murder them and come into their house, and so, as I said, the Castle Doctrine in Missouri is pretty expansive; it allows you to defend your life, obviously your family’s life, your home, but also your property, and this was on private property.”

“It’s hard to get into the mind of Kim Gardner. As I said, she has a sketchy track record of making politically-based decisions,” Schmitt continued. “And I would also point out, Shannon, that this very same day—there’s been calls to change the name of St. Louis, which is ridiculous—and there were peaceful folks praying at the base of that statue who were assaulted, and those folks haven’t been charged with anything, so again, Kim Gardner’s track record is certainly suspect.”

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Florida Town: Police Will No Longer Respond To ‘Non-Violent’ 911 Calls

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Petersburg, Florida Police Department announced Thursday it will no longer respond to non-violent 911 calls, such as quality-of-life complaints or mental health concerns, amid nationwide calls for budget cuts and policing changes.

The Florida city’s police department will instead send employees from its newly created Community Assistance Liaison division, which officials described as “a social service agency.” They will respond to 911 calls pertaining to a number of issues, including drug overdoses, disorderly intoxications, suicide crises, and panhandling, the department said in a Thursday press release.

SPPD Announces Significant Changes in Police Response

Posted by St. Petersburg Police Department on Thursday, July 9, 2020

Daily Wire:

Police in St. Petersburg, Florida announced Thursday they will no longer send an officer for non-violent 911 calls.

Instead, the St. Petersburg Police Department (SPPD) said they would be creating a new division within the department – the Community Assistance Liaison (CAL). The SPPD said it planned to retain “a social service agency to respond to non-violent calls for service from the public.”

The new setup will begin on October 1, when CAL team members will respond to the following issues instead of police officers:

  • Disorderly intoxication
  • Drug overdose
  • Intoxicated person
  • Mental health crisis
  • Suicide crisis
  • Mental Health Transport
  • Disorderly juvenile/truancy
  • Disorderly Juvenile at Elementary Schools
  • Panhandling
  • Homeless complaints
  • Neighborhood dispute

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So disorderly intoxication is not a violent situation? It certainly can turn violent very quickly. But I am sure “Community Assistance Alliance” will be able to “reason” with the disorderly intoxicated person with no problem. I mean we all know how receptive and reasonable people are when they are intoxicated. This is a disaster waiting to happen and it won’t take long.

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Woke Mayor Apologizes for Traffic Safety Sign Saying ‘The Safety of All Lives Matter’

The woke mayor of Melrose, Massachusetts, is slobbering all over himself to apologize for a city road safety sign.

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The woke mayor of Melrose, Massachusetts, is slobbering all over himself to apologize for a city road safety sign that read “all lives matter” for road safety.

Dope Mayor Paul Brodeur jumped to his Twitter account and groveled on his knees in abject apology to the Black Lives Matter terror network.

“I have just been made aware that the following traffic sign is being displayed on Main Street. I have ordered that it be taken down immediately and am taking steps to find out how this happened. I apologize to the residents of Melrose,” this spineless, jellyfish tweeted.

One has to wonder, then, just which lives on his city’s streets do not matter to Mayor Bloater.

Just whose lives don’t matter to you, Mr. Bladder?

This fool’s nonsense continued. According to WCVB:

In a statement, Melrose Police Chief Michael Lyle said Brodeur made him aware of the “unfortunate and improper wording” on the traffic sign. Lyle said a traffic officer was recently ordered to change the message from a reminder about fireworks being illegal to a more general traffic safety message, which ended up being a reminder about obeying the speed limit.

“I am aware that the phrase ‘all lives matter’ is commonly used as a misguided counter to the Black Lives Matter movement,” reads Lyle’s statement. “The sign was immediately changed and, at the request of the mayor, I launched an investigation, which is ongoing.”

The flashing sign had a message that read, “the speed limit is 25 mph. Please drive safely. The safety of all lives matter.”

The traffic officer in charge of the sign was shocked that anyone could read his sign and imagine he was pushing racism.

He said that the sign had no political message and that his only concern was driver safety.

No one with an ounce of intelligence could have thought otherwise.

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De Blasio Suggests Ban On Public Gatherings Like Parades Or Fairs… But BLM Protests Are Different

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De Blasio Suggests Ban On Public Gatherings Like Parades Or Fairs... But BLM Protests Are Different

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio suggested on CNN that gatherings such as normal parades and fairs would be restricted in his city, but Black Lives Matter protests would not be shut down.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio: “Look, Wolf, this is always an area of real sensitivity. If you’re just talking about health, we would always say, ‘Hey, folks, you know, stay home if you can.’ But we understand at this moment in history, people are talking about the need for historic changes. I mean, today, in New York City, recognizing the power and the meaning of the message Black Lives Matter, which we did in front of Trump Tower today, this is a historic moment of change; we have to respect that, but also say to people, the kinds of gatherings we’re used to – the parades, the fairs – we just can’t have that while we’re focusing on health right now.”

TDW:

On Thursday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio suggested on CNN that gatherings such as normal parades and fairs would be restricted in his city, but Black Lives Matter protests would not be shut down.

On Thursday, de Blasio helped paint a Black Lives Matter mural in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan, and yelled, “We are saying Black Lives Matter in New York City and Black Lives Matter in the United States of America! Let’s show Donald Trump what he does not understand; let’s paint it right in front of his building for him!” Later, the mayor appeared on CNN with host Wolf Blitzer, who asked him, “What about protests? If people want to march down Fifth Avenue, are they going to be allowed to do so?” More

Sickening the hypocrisy from the left. Nothing more Democratic than pretending to care about the black communities while simultaneously destroying them. They don’t care about your health and nether does the MSM. Nothing they do is healthy for the well being of hard-working Americans. Unbelievable that there are so many people in this great country that can’t see through their political BS.

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Stanford ‘Supports Human Rights,’ But Takes $58 Million From Most Abusive Nation on Earth China

California’s Stanford is the happy recipient of $58 million in funds from China, one of the worst human rights abusers in the world.

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Even as it pretends that it is supportive of “human rights,” California’s Stanford University is the happy recipient of $58 million in funds from China, one of the worst human rights abusers in the world.

The College Fix reminds us of Stanford’s blatant, anti-American hypocrisy.

At a San Francisco gala in March 2014, Stanford University President John Hennessy accepted an award for the school’s “Advancement in U.S.-China Relations.”

The award was granted by the Committee of 100, a group of Chinese Americans in business, government, academia and the arts, and the school boasted about it on its website.

Stanford began accepting Chinese graduate students back in the 1970s. In 2009, the school signed a contract to open a Chinese government-funded Confucius Institute, with the goal of promoting Chinese culture and language. In 2012, under Hennessy’s oversight, the Stanford Center at Peking University opened, billed as a “hub” for Stanford students in China.

Along with the school’s close relationship with the Red Chinese, Stanford took $58.1 million from China during the period of 2014 to 2020.

“Hypocrisy is the price of funding from China,” National Association of Scholars Policy Director Rachelle Peterson told College Fix.

“Colleges and universities declare themselves protectors of human rights and a safe place for the vulnerable. Yet they embrace the Chinese Communist Party and are complicit in the stifling of free speech,” he added.

Meanwhile, On May 1, the National Association of Scholars sent to Congress a list of 86 Chinese-sponsored Confucius Institutes attached to American universities, including six that were set to close in the summer of 2020. In March, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) issued a warning to universities that Confucius Institutes were “fronts for Chinese propaganda.”

The FBI also warned that these associations act as a means for Chinese spies to walk right in and steal the research that U.S. universities conduct.

“They can also provide an opportunity to spot, assess, and befriend fellow STEM students or researchers who might assist—either wittingly or unwittingly—in passing your research and development to a foreign adversary,” the FBI added.

Congress should seriously consider making these associations illegal.

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Seattle Held ‘Segregated’ Training Session On ‘Undoing Whiteness,’ Encouraging Staffers To Forfeit ‘Guaranteed Physical Safety’

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Seattle held a ‘segregated’ training session on ‘undoing whiteness,’ encouraging staffers to forfeit ‘guaranteed physical safety.’

Christopher Rufo, an editor for City Journal and director of the Discovery Institute’s Center on Wealth and Poverty, said he filed a public records request regarding the training session. On Monday, he published copies of the materials distributed to employees in the session on his Twitter account.

According to his screenshots, the Office of Civil Rights hosted a two-and-a-half-hour “Training on Internalized Racial Superiority for White People.”

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The City of Seattle held a racially segregated employee training session aimed at White staffers and instructing them on “undoing your own whiteness” in order to be held accountable by people of color, according to documents obtained by a public records request.

The session took place on June 12, as protesters took part in the so-called “Capitol Hill Organized Protest” in the Capitol Hill district.

One handout distributed in the session reportedly declared how “racism is not our fault but we are responsible.” Another said White staffers must give up “the land” and their “guaranteed physical safety” in order to be an “accomplice” for racial justice.

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Protesters Storm Baptist Church, Harass Children, Assault Parishioners (Video)

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Protesters Storm Baptist Church, Harass Children, Assault Parishioners (Video)

Black Lives Matters protesters have been threatening and harassing attendees of Grace Baptist Church as they enter the building for the past few weeks.

Video footage shows no one is safe from harassment regardless of age or race. There is also a video of these leftwing BLM agitators entering the sanctuary to disrupt church services.

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Videos posted on social media show parishioners, both black and white, being harassed and physically assaulted at Grace Baptist Church in Troy, New York.

The protesters, repeatedly shouting “Black Lives Matter,” even harassed and blocked churchgoers while they were with their young children, using a megaphone to scream at the families, shaming and threatening their parents with calls to CPS, or Child Protective Services.

The assaults, harassment, and protesting have been occurring since at least the end of June, according to the viral videos posted online. The church has refused to close or backdown, directing men from the parish to help escort fellow worshipers inside as they are blocked by BLM protesters.

Grace Baptist Church made headlines last month for giving away an AR-15 as a prize for a church raffle. When the giveaway was first reported, Pastor John Koletas told WNYT that the church held it in solidarity with hunters and gun owners who have been “viciously attacked by anti-Christian socialist policies.” One local critic told WRGB at the time that the giveaway exhibited “extreme poor taste,” citing “all of the shootings going on in all of our communities.” More

Where is their mayor? Governor? They need to stop this insanity. People have a right to protest but not to be able to go into churches and harass and assault people.

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