13 Mar Sanctuary Cities Might Lose Funding – So Should Their Corporate Enablers
The Hill reports that in light of a favorable court decision, President Donald Trump is set to move forward on revoking federal funding from so-called “sanctuary cities.” Corporations should follow Trump’s lead by pulling their money from UnidosUS, the group formerly known as La Raza, which backs sanctuary cities and prioritizes racial strife over the rule of law.
UnidosUS regularly uses racist language as part of its advocacy – but it still has the backing of major corporations like Disney and AT&T (1.29). Fourteen percent of its 2017 budget came from corporations and foundations, even though the group is so radical that it opposed a politically moderate bill which included border security.
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Here’s how you can take action today to push AT&T and Disney to stop backing UnidosUS’ radical and racist agenda:
- Write letters to Disney’s (1.71) CEO and AT&T’s (1.29) CEO today.
- Spend your money with Patriot Mobile (5), a group that ranks conservative in our system. Contrast this with AT&T, which ranks at a 1.29.
- Take your family to Six Flags instead of Disney World. Six Flags (3) ranks a solidly neutral “3” in our system – unlike Disney, which is at an abysmal 1.71.
- Spread the word about AT&T, Disney, and UnidosUS among your family, friends, and social media. It is critically important that sanctuary city advocates are held accountable!
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