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Not a good look…

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Some of America’s and the world’s most iconic companies have donated large amounts of money to the primary Black Lives Matter (BLM) organization.

At first glance, BLM appears a worthy cause to combat the scourge of racism. However, its leadership includes trained Marxists who want law enforcement radically overhauled and yearn to eradicate the indispensable nuclear family.


Here are the corporations collectively contributing millions to helping to fund it:

(H/T The Daily Signal)

Amazon

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The Seattle-based multinational technology company is considered the world’s most valuable brand.

Nabisco

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Nabisco is an iconic American snack company.

Microsoft

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Another tech giant based in the Pacific Northwest, Microsoft made a name for itself through its Microsoft Windows line.

Unilever

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The multinational consumer goods corporation headquartered in London and Rotterdam is one of the world’s oldest and most diversified — including brands ranging from Axe (male grooming products) to Lipton tea. 

Gatorade

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Gatorade has long manufactured sports-oriented drinks and energy bars.

Glossier

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Glossier is a prominent skin and makeup company.

23andMe

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The cutting-edge biotechnology company provides direct-to-consumer DNA testing.

Airbnb

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Airbnb found a niche as an online retail marketplace for short-term accommodations.

DoorDash

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DoorDash is a popular on-demand prepared food home delivery service.

Deckers

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Deckers is a footwear designer and distributor based out of California.

Bungie

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Bungie is an American video game development company.

Dropbox

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Dropbox is an online file storage provider and file synchronization service.

Fitbit

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Fitbit produces health and fitness activity trackers.

Devolver Digital

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Devolver Digital is an American video game developer and film distributor.

Skillshare

Skillshare is an online learning community for people who learn through video tutorials.

Square Enix

Square Enix is a Japanese-based video game developer.

Thatgamecompany

Thatgamecompany is an independent American video game company.

Tinder

Tinder is a mobile dating app that allows users to swipe right to like other users’ profiles.

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