Humans with some functioning brain cells understood right away that the left’s Alex Jones-level “Odal rune” conspiracy theory about CPAC was a load of nonsense.
Radical leftists launched a concerted campaign against #CancelHyatt for hosting the alleged Nazi-loving conservative extremists who hosted the Conservative Political Action Conference at its Orlando hotel.
It was total nonsense, but for the uninitiated, the left’s dedication to nonsense can be remarkable.
Hyatt Hotels, being the cowards that they are, backed away from an initial sensible declaration and then delivered the weak-kneed apologia that the Woke scolds craved.
CPAC was chastised by Hyatt for incorporating a “symbol of hate” into its stage.
“When we heard that the stage design for CPAC 2021 had been linked to a symbol of hatred, we immediately raised our concerns with meeting organizers, who categorically denied any link to such symbols,” the statement continued. “Had we understood the possible links to hate symbolism earlier, we would have discussed it before the incident began.”
“Contrary to Hyatt’s own mission statement of inclusivity, your company just attacked its own customer by caving in to the pressures of politically motivated social media agitators who seek to destroy CPAC, our attendees and speakers from around the country, and the millions of Americans who support our work,” wrote David Safavian, the ACU’s general counsel. “Late last night, after the conference ended, Hyatt decided to issue additional comments that disparaged and defamed us. These arguments tend to be validated by these comments, which appear to be demonstrably false and malicious.”
“Design Foundry, a company that has worked for Biden and MSNBC, developed the ‘Nazi’ stage for CPAC 2021,” according to Breaking 911. “Democratic candidates have received 98 percent of corporate campaign donations.”
Forward.com had first posted the news that Design Foundry had taken responsibility.
The company that was hired to set up the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference last weekend in Orlando, Florida has accepted full responsibility for the stage’s design, which resembled a Nazi insignia.
Design Foundry, a stage design company located in Hyattsville, Maryland, said in an exclusive statement to the Forward on Tuesday evening that it “had no idea that the design resembled any mark, nor was there any plan to create anything that did.”
Yes, I agree. Yes, of course.
Yashar Ali adds some more context:
ARTICLE SOURCE : AMERICANCONSERVATIVES.TODAY