Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America via Wikimedia Commons

The Heritage Foundation recently released a comprehensive list of companies that are actively signaling opposition to voting integrity laws across the country that are looking to make it easier to vote while making it harder to cheat. 

Here is a list of 20 of the biggest opposers of fair election laws:


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Rob
Rob
7 months ago

Instead of giving us a bunch of pages to look at, just tell us. Nobody is going to look through them all.

Patricia
Patricia
7 months ago
Reply to  Rob

I agree with Rob. I am not going to look thru all of them.

John
John
7 months ago
Reply to  Rob

No kidding. It’s just a bullshit way to show you more and more ads. I’m about to block them.

Michael Skok
Michael Skok
7 months ago
Reply to  John

They include Amazon, Facebook, GM, American Airlines, American Express, Best Buy, Ford. That’s not even half of them. Where are we suppose to go shop?

Susanna
Susanna
7 months ago
Reply to  Michael Skok

Not American Express but rather Mastercard.

Ooboo
Ooboo
7 months ago
Reply to  Susanna

Mastercard is on the list

Jeannine
Jeannine
6 months ago
Reply to  Susanna

Yes AMERICAN Express too. United Airlines, Netflix too & more!!

Madeleine
Madeleine
7 months ago
Reply to  Michael Skok

Support the small Businesses. They are probably all pals with Epstein I know Zuckerberg definietly was! No surprise with the Airlines Im surprised Delta weren’t on that list? they have had a few run ins with passengers

colleen
colleen
6 months ago
Reply to  Michael Skok

Toyota, Honda, Acura, BMW, VW, Clouthub.com, your local credit unions, your local small business owners, other small retailers online, and in your area.

Susanna
Susanna
7 months ago
Reply to  Rob

I did. See my list.

Dan
Dan
7 months ago

You need better bait.

Joey
Joey
7 months ago

what other companies can we use?