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(The financiers of Conservative Inc. are delusional in thinking they can monopolize the conservative movement without disclosing their agenda, which includes open borders and globalism.)
(The Fox News Channel -- a money-making scheme by faux conservatives who pander to elderly Republicans while profiting from them -- is an example of Conservative Inc.)
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'''Conservative Inc.''' is a pejorative term used to describe secretly funded spokesmen who try to claim leadership of the [[conservative]] movement while actually being [[liberal]] on key social issues of importance to the grassroots, such as [[illegal immigration]] and [[Donald Trump]].  The financiers of Conservative Inc. are delusional in thinking they can monopolize the conservative movement without disclosing their agenda, which includes [[open borders]] and [[globalism]].
 
'''Conservative Inc.''' is a pejorative term used to describe secretly funded spokesmen who try to claim leadership of the [[conservative]] movement while actually being [[liberal]] on key social issues of importance to the grassroots, such as [[illegal immigration]] and [[Donald Trump]].  The financiers of Conservative Inc. are delusional in thinking they can monopolize the conservative movement without disclosing their agenda, which includes [[open borders]] and [[globalism]].
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The [[Fox News Channel]] -- a money-making scheme by faux conservatives who pander to elderly [[Republicans]] while profiting from them -- is an example of Conservative Inc.
  
 
Conservative Inc. spokesmen are often motivated by money and push the agenda of the undisclosed funders, such as the former [[Koch brothers]] and other billionaires.  Conservative Inc. tends to be well-placed on pseudo-conservative websites and has keynote appearances at conferences.
 
Conservative Inc. spokesmen are often motivated by money and push the agenda of the undisclosed funders, such as the former [[Koch brothers]] and other billionaires.  Conservative Inc. tends to be well-placed on pseudo-conservative websites and has keynote appearances at conferences.

Revision as of 23:51, 20 November 2019

Conservative Inc. is a pejorative term used to describe secretly funded spokesmen who try to claim leadership of the conservative movement while actually being liberal on key social issues of importance to the grassroots, such as illegal immigration and Donald Trump. The financiers of Conservative Inc. are delusional in thinking they can monopolize the conservative movement without disclosing their agenda, which includes open borders and globalism.

The Fox News Channel -- a money-making scheme by faux conservatives who pander to elderly Republicans while profiting from them -- is an example of Conservative Inc.

Conservative Inc. spokesmen are often motivated by money and push the agenda of the undisclosed funders, such as the former Koch brothers and other billionaires. Conservative Inc. tends to be well-placed on pseudo-conservative websites and has keynote appearances at conferences.

Conservative Inc. is dominated by people who think that conservative politics is a way to make money, rather than a place to volunteer for the betterment of others. The Conservative Inc. "leaders" are often very hostile to grassroots activists, particularly if they might upset the flow of money to those profiting from it.

Conservative Inc. spokesmen tend to be pro-Koch agenda and anti-Trump.