Dr. David Black, the founder and chairman of 2ndVote, a movement that tracks popular companies and their contributions to liberal causes, appeared on the “Todd Starnes Radio Show” Monday to discuss his website and its goal to inform the conservative consumer on where they’re spending their money.
“What we do is we follow your money and we track social corporate activism, he said. “And we study seven Judeo-Christian issues that are under attack by the radical left, and how corporations are funding that attack on our values, but they’re using our money to do that.”
The group’s website, 2ndVote.com, calls itself a “conservative watchdog for corporate activism.” The website lists popular brands, like The Honest Company, which produces baby products and other household items like soap. 2ndVote ranked the company a 2.43, which indicates that it indirectly supports a liberal organization.
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2ndVote said it compiled research on over 900 companies and formulated the scores. The scores can be accessed on the web and on mobile devices. The group puts out a weekly list of companies ranked. Black said 2ndVote spent nine years compiling its data.
“Our goal is to speak up boldly and loudly in defense of our Christian values and to have corporations to just go to neutral,” he said. “We want them to just provide a great product or service.” He said the goal of these companies should be to run a great business and not to use its customers’ money to serve the liberal agenda.
Black said Starbucks is a good example of a company that scores badly on every issue that 2ndVote tracks. He said when you shop at Starbucks, you’re putting money in the offering plate to support abortion, same-sex marriage, attacks on the Second Amendment, open borders and sanctuary cities. Black said his movement offers members alternative places to shop.