How to research a company to uncover political bias, 'wokeness', etc

 

 

First things first. Search for "who owns [name of company]". Often you will discover that a seemingly 'good' company is owned by a woke company.

 

Search their donations on this site. You may have to search for the current CEO's name on the site.

 

Search their old Twitter posts. You can do this with Twitter's "Advanced Search" tool. Enter the company's @____ account name in the "From these accounts" field. Then run individual searches for words like "racial", "justice", "inclusion", "diversity", "equity", "black lives", "pride", "trump", "biden", "vote", "donation", "guns", etc.

 

Internet search for "trump [name of company]"

 

Internet search for "black lives matter [name of company]"

 

Internet search for "george floyd [name of company]"

 

Internet search for "donation [name of company]"

 

Some companies hide their nefarious activities, and so you must search for their annual reports. It they're a public company then it's out there somewhere on the Internet. So, do an Internet search for "annual report", "sustainability report", "DEI report", or "ESG report" plus the company name until you find it. Maybe add '.pdf' to your search.

 

Search this database of all known corporate donors to the BLM movement & related causes.

 

Search the company website for 'woke' statements or donation information. Damning information might be found under a discrete heading such as "About us", "Sustainability", "Our mission", "Leadership" or something like that.

 

Search the left-wing CivicAlliance.com members list to see if the company in question has joined in opposition to Republican efforts to restore election integrity in states like Georgia. Their list is a great resource for revealing the bad intentions of companies. It includes companies large and small.

 

Another great resource for revealing the bad intentions of companies is to search the anti-Trump group, StopHateForProfit's list of companies that joined in pausing advertising on social media platforms that did not comply with SHFP's left-wing censorship demands. It includes small companies and organizations that showed their true colors for all to see.

 

Yet another great resource for revealing the bad intentions of companies is to see who came out against Republican efforts to repair Georgia's broken voting system (no ID required, etc).

 

And, yet another great resource for revealing the bad intentions of companies is to see who came out against Florida's Parental Rights In Education Bill (no sexual grooming of children in schools behind parent's backs).

 

Here's a list of companies that oppose Florida's Parental Rights Bill (falsely labeled by the media as the 'Don't Say Gay" Bill).

 

Here's a coalition that has a list of company CEOs who support D.I.E. (diversity, inclusion, and equity) -- AKA discriminate based on race, gender, etc.

 

Search this list of technology sector leaders who opposed Trump [1, 2].

 

List of 97 companies that opposed Trump immigration ban.

 

Here's a list of companies that oppose election integrity, such as requiring an ID to vote.

 

Here's a site (like ours) that may list an extra company or two that we missed.

 

And you can see who defended the BLM and/or ANTIFA rioters with this revealing list (Archived).

 

Here's a list of (mostly international) globalist companies that support the Marxist World Economic Forum, where they praddle about wealth redistribution (AKA socialism), climaphobia, dividing based on race and gender (divide and conquer), etc.

 

 

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