[ASI] Inside CPAC

February 26th, 2018 at 12:55 pm EDT
   
Cliff Kincaid
President.
America's Survival, Inc.
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

The NRA had a massive presence at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). The NRA can defend itself, and will. The question is whether CPAC will be a viable “conservative” event in the future.

Second amendment rights are important. But we have those rights in order to defend ourselves and our families. What about the existence of our families?

I reported from inside CPAC about the destruction of Reagan-style conservatism. Watch my interview with Peter LaBarbera here about “The Swamp Takes Over the Conservative Movement.”  


Click here to watch

The American Conservative Union, the sponsor of CPAC, is working to normalize homosexual activity and destroy the winning Reagan coalition of social, economic, and foreign policy conservatives. The effect will be to marginalize and isolate traditional conservatives and drive millions of Christians out of the Republican Party.

Incredibly, CPAC is actually facilitating the criminalization of Christianity.

If we lose control of the conservative movement, the chances of saving America decline precipitously.

The Big Money we are up against includes:

  • The libertarian Koch Brothers.
  • Hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer
  • PayPal co-counder Peter Thiel.
  • The Big Marijuana industrry based on Colorado.

We are continuing our research into the lobbying activities of American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp, who runs Cove Strategies. Here’s a snapshot from the Open Secrets website of who Schlapp works for:

Yes, the Motion Picture Association is Hollywood.

Matt Schlapp is a member in good standing of The Swamp. He previously worked for Koch Industries.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net



Sincerely,


Cliff Kincaid, President

 

 

 

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