Libs Go Into MELTDOWN MODE When They Find Out Who Coachella Owner Donates Money To

Ashley (Kimber)


As Conservatives, we basically assume everything and everyone in the entertainment world hates us.

Shows and movies make fun of us as toothless rednecks, “comedy” calls us Nazis, bands tell us we’re not welcome at their concerts.

We know that’s how it works, and for the most part, we just roll with the punches.

It’s funny, then, to see libs PANIC when they find out someone doesn’t agree with them. They don’t really have to deal with this very often.

The best part? This one’s a biggie. It turns out the owner of COACHELLA – aka liberal hipster MECCA – gives BIG BUCKS to Conservatives.

Hell. Freaking. Yes.


According to Daily Caller:

The story itself isn’t new. Fader and other music-centric publications have routinely reported that Philip Anschutz, the CEO of AEG and owner of Golden Voice/Coachella, which puts on the yearly festival, donates regularly to conservative causes, and dropped more than a million dollars during the 2016 election.

This year, the same outlets report that Anschutz gave nearly $200,000 to Republicans, as if they expected Anschutz to suddenly stop making political contributions when his preferred targets were revealed. Those donations went to everyone from Colorado Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) to the National Republican Senate Committee (or NRSC), and were, of course, used to defeat Democratic candidates (something Fader seems unduly shocked by).

Spin Magazine reportedly breathlessly on Anschutz’s donations, laying them out by line item.

According to records retrieved from the Federal Election Commission and the website Open Secrets, the recipients of Anschutz’s 2017 political donations included $5,400 apiece to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), and Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO). Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO) received $2,700, while Paul Ryan’s Prosperity Action PAC received an additional $5,000 …

Anschutz’s biggest donations of 2017 went to the National Republican Senatorial Committee ($104,600) and the National Republican Congressional Committee ($33,400), which aim to protect conservative majorities in their respective houses of Congress.

Open Secrets is clear that Anschutz’s giving goes back more than a decade, and that he’s rarely wavered from his commitment to electing conservative politicians. His record features donations to Bob Dole in 1990, Orrin Hatch in 1994, John McCain in 1998, Elizabeth Dole in 1999, John Ashcroft in 1999, George W. Bush in 2000, and so on. He’s hardly a “new kid on the block.”

This is BAAAD:

Poor darlings.

I have a solution for them. Out of the goodness of my heart.