A new non-profit has gone about to review major corporations for their woke policies and actions, and rating them based on how well they adhere to or don’t adhere to American principles.
The 1792 Exchange looks at companies to see if they allow all viewpoints to have “a seat at the cultural table.”
“We bring together natural allies of First Amendment freedoms into a united movement. Working together, our convening power exposes coercion and executes a response to ensure private actors cannot force seismic cultural changes while silencing free expression,” the group says on its website.
Fox News added that the group helps Americans judge where to put their money based on the actual policies that money would go to support.
Per Fox News:
Although many conservatives have heard stories about corporate discrimination in recent years, they have often struggled to keep track of which businesses have been part of this movement, and which have largely stayed on the sidelines. A new project launched by the 1792 Exchange, a nonprofit organization, seeks to shed light on this important problem.
The 1792 Exchange recently launched its Spotlight Report, which assesses more than 1,000 companies’ “policies, practices, and other relevant criteria to determine the likelihood a company will cancel a contract or client, or boycott, divest, or deny services based on views or beliefs.”
The 1792 Exchange team then used those assessments to assign businesses to three categories — “Lower Risk,” “Medium Risk,” and “High Risk.”
…Perhaps the most influential groups of woke companies in the report are banks. Numerous large banks are using their financial might to effectively force business customers into adopting climate change policies, even when it will require that those customers dramatically change their business practices.
Disney leads the pack as one of the worst companies for Americans to support. Others include Allstate Insurance, Google, Airbnb, Adobe Software, Apple, AT&T, and hundreds more.Commentary