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08/07/2014

New app scores companies on how anti-equality, conservative they are

by Jeremy Hooper

At this weekend's Family Leadership Summit, a gathering on anti-LGBT Republicans who will be speaking on behalf of the rabidly anti-LGBT Family Leader organization, staff from a new app called 2nd Vote will be on hand:

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So what's this app do? Well, it handily tells you which companies are more inclined to oppose things like LGBT rights:

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[2ndVote.com]

Ironically, the app scores Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Apple among its least friendly companies, with all scoring a 1 (the lowest). Yet that has not stopped itself from proudly promoting itself on Google's Android and Apple's iOS platforms or pushing its Facebook or Twitter pages.

Necessity is the mother of hypocrisy, I guess.

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