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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2020 4:04 pm
 


Who is John Grift?

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The Ayn Rand Institute received a PPP loan of between $350K and $1 million


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Ayn Rand, that noted admirer of serial killers, was taking state welfare in the last few months of her rancid life. I figure that says it all not just about her but also about the pitiless and utterly cruel "philosophy" she created, the one that quite literally says anyone too "weak" shouldn't be helped at all but should instead be left to die in order to get out of way of the ubers. That her organization is also in on the grift, and doesn't believe a single word of the crap they spew, should be no surprise at all.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2020 9:49 pm
 


They’re not the only right wing “think tank” hypocrites

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Americans for Tax Reform Foundation, which says it “educates taxpayers on the true cost of government” and “the realities of costly government programs,” received between $150,000 and $300,000 in loans.

In a statement, Americans for Tax Reform claimed it “never opposed” the PPP program and defended the foundation’s decision to take government loans, which it said allowed the foundation to “maintain its employees without laying anyone off” after it was “badly hurt by the government shutdown.”


But ATR founder Grover Norquist has criticized the unemployment insurance provision of the CARES Act, which he said “delays recovery,” and signed a letter urging lawmakers not to approve a second stimulus bill.

The Ayn Rand Institute, named for conservative philosopher Ayn Rand, received a loan of between $350,000 and $1 million, which it called “partial restitution for government-inflicted losses.”

“It would be a terrible injustice for pro-capitalists to step aside and leave the funds to those indifferent or actively hostile to capitalism,” Ayn Rand Institute board member Harry Binswanger argued in May, stating that the organization would “take any relief money offered us.”

Citizens Against Government Waste, one of the country’s most prominent anti-government spending organizations and a frequent critic of the CARES Act, took between $150,000 and $350,000 in loans as well.



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