Company responsible for designing CPAC stage is owned by a "very liberal" woman

by Jenny Mount · Mar 3rd, 2021 4:09 pm

Last Updated Mar 4th, 2021 at 8:32 pm

Liberals are claiming that the stage used at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) resembled German Nazi symbols, even though the stage was actually designed by a liberal President Biden supporter.

The Maryland-based company that designed the stage for the CPAC has also designed stages for Biden. The design company, Design Foundry, said the stage was made to make the best use of the conference space.

Design Foundry said it "had no idea that the design resembled any symbol, nor was there any intention to create something that did."

Journalist Yashar Ali claims that Design Foundry has worked with Biden and that its owner is "very liberal."

"I know Design Foundry because they handle design for many events in DC for companies like MSNBC & Target. They oversaw the design for the Biden Cancer Summit in 2018. The owner, Annie, is very liberal and was so excited for Biden's victory. Great work conspiracy theorists," Ali said.

CPAC has said that it will no longer work with Design Foundry.

"It's clear that the company we retained designed a stage that has become an unwelcome distraction. As a result, we will not be using that company's services going forward at future events," said Director of Communications for the ACU and CPAC Ian Walters.


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