Apple Needs Ideological Diversity

Apple, Inc. (1 – Liberal) supports the left’s agenda on every single issue. From pulling Pro-Life prayer apps from the App Store to funding the Center for American Progress to opposing religious liberty protections, it is clear that Apple’s decision makers have no regard for conservative values. We think it is time for a change and so do our friends at the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP).

On Friday, March 1st, FEP’s “True Board Diversity Policy” proposal will come up for a vote by shareholders at Apple’s annual meeting in California. The proposal calls for “meaningful disclosure” of potential board members’ backgrounds so that investors can consider the diverse perspectives and critical thinking candidates will bring to company leadership.

Liberal activists at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) have successfully forced tech companies like Amazon to adopt race and gender based “diversity” mandates in leadership and are working to push this agenda throughout Silicon Valley. However, as our friends at FEP say, “True diversity comes from diversity of thought.”

If companies like Apple were to bring in new board members who understand conservative values, it stands to reason we could see the beginning of a corporate shift back to Neutral. Then, we would proudly tell the 380,000 2ndVote subscribers why a company like Apple deserved their business.

But, we need your help.

First, if you know any Apple shareholders, make sure they know to support FEP’s proposal.

Second, help us tell Apple that Ideological Diversity is a good thing. Use the links provided to Tweet directly at Apple and let them know we will be watching on March 1st

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