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Whether you see this as civil unrest or outright domestic terrorism, one thing is for sure, America’s cities have changed rather dramatically. With movements like defunding the police and rogue politicians, allowing criminals to roam freely while terrorizing citizens,⏤our cities’ quality of life is fast deteriorating. Boarded up businesses and vandalized buildings are eyesores that have become commonplace among city streets. ANTIFA criminals dressed in black with faces covered to hide their shame; other groups like Black Lives Matter package themselves up as an answer to a problem that they help create. They maim and murder bystanders, antagonize law enforcement officers while hurling Molotov cocktails at them. The question is, how do you enforce a lawful society when rogue lawmakers join forces with the criminal elements of society, giving them the license of destruction against police officers and innocent bystanders within communities?
The media has documented that major U.S. corporations, celebrities, and outside sources have donated hundreds of millions of dollars to their coffers. This past June, the Financial Times newspaper had identified that $450 million had been pledged to Black Lives Matter-affiliated organizations. Iconic American brands, from Facebook to Apple, have pledged financial support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Corporations alone donating to BLM include Airbnb ($500K), Amazon, Apple, Ben & Jerry’s, Away Luggage ($700K), Facebook, Glossier ($500K), Nike, YouTube, Twitter, and over 100 more companies. Yet, where is all of that money going?
The Selling Out of America is a two-part series. The first is focused on domestic terror and the funding of these groups, with Dr. Ron Martinelli. The second part of the series is focused on our global adversaries and the companies that are funding these relationships, with Michael Johns.
Dr. Ron Martinelli is a retired police detective, a forensic criminologist, a political analyst, and a contributor to One America News Network, Host of Talking While Married. Book, “The Truth Behind the Black Lives Matter Movement and the War on Police.”
A new group has been formed to put the emphasis on our personal and fiscal responsibility as citizens to be conscious of where we spend our money. It’s done through a nationwide database of linking consumers with businesses who share their values. https://shoptotheright.com
Ken Manne is a CPA from NYC who currently resides in PA. His allegiance is to God, family, friends, country, and party, in that order. Alan Wieder is in sales, marketing, and real estate. Alan is an active-duty volunteer firefighter and is a staunch supporter of law enforcement and our country’s great veterans.
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