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Major Corporations Help Fund Liberal Groups Organizing Inauguration Protest March

The Women’s March on Washington (WMW) is set to take place the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration for an exercise in identity politics with no apparent purpose. Many liberal groups including the Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood, and the Human Rights Campaign have all rallied behind this march to show where they stand.

Listed below are some of the top liberal organizations participating in the Women’s March on Washington along with some of their corporate sponsors and partners:

Center for Reproductive Rights
Bank of America
General Electric
MIcrosoft
GLAAD
Hilton
Diageo
Microsoft
Greenpeace USA
General Electric
Intuit
Human Rights Campaign
Bank of America
Diageo
Target
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense
Facebook*
Starbucks*
NARAL
Bank of America
General Electric
Planned Parenthood
Bank of America
Microsoft
Starbucks
Sierra Club
Bank of America
Coca-Cola

The sponsoring groups all vary in terms of their individual goals. Some stand for liberal environmental policies; others stand against the 2nd Amendment. A few stand for abortion. While the objective of this march started out somewhat unclear, it has been made very clear that it is intended for activists that support abortion only. Several pro-life groups who were originally told they could march have now been denied entry and deemed an “error.” A statement from the Women’s March declared:

“The protest is pro-choice and that has been our stance from Day One. We want to assure all of our partners, as well as our participants, that we are pro-choice as clearly stated in our Unity Principles.”

You can view the full list of partners here.

Behind many of these sponsoring groups are corporate supporters, some of which are listed above. You may notice a trend… Bank of America, General Electric and Microsoft all serve as contributors to every major organization partnering with the Women’s March on Washington, essentially funding the march and helping achieve the liberal agenda. Click here to learn exactly where each corporation within our database stands on the issues. And remember, where you spend your money does in fact matter.

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*Companies that have acquiesced to the Moms Demand anti-2nd Amendment agenda.