Monday, February 06, 2017

These are the Companies Fighting President Trump's Efforts to Stop Terrorist Attacks

 
These are the companies fighting President Trump's efforts to keep us safe from Islamic terrorist attacks in court because it interferes with their business interests and political agendas. They are selfishly endangering Americans and aiding Islamic terrorists by opposing common sense reforms that keep us safe.
While it's nearly impossible to avoid some of them, e.g. Google, with others you can make a decision. The next time you contemplate ordering through Etsy, buying a Netgear router, getting a Netflix subscription, ordering food through Instacart or jeans from Levi Strauss, their  undermining of national security and exposure of our country to terrorist attacks should be something to keep in mind.
At the top of the list are
1. Facebook and Google
2, Twitter
3. eBay and Etsy
4. Paypal
5. Yelp
6. Lyft
7. Uber
8. Airbnb
9. TaskRabbit
10. SurveyMonkey
11. Wikipedia
12. Mozilla
13. Squarespace
14. Spotify
15. Shutterstock
16. Salesforce
17. Reddit
18. Spokeo
19. Quora

20. Pinterest
21. Salesforce
22. Netgear
23. Netflix
24. Instacart
25. Meetup
26. Microsoft
27. Linkedin
28. Patreon
29. Kickstarter
30. Levi Strauss
31. Intel
32. Indiegogo
33. GoPro
​34. Foursquare
35. Flipboard
​36. Doordash
37. Chobani
39. Cloudflare
40. Autodesk
This is not a complete list, but it's a list of companies that you are likely to encounter. And when you do, you will have the opportunity to make a decision.
 http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/265721/these-are-companies-fighting-president-trumps-daniel-greenfield

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