The patriotic alternative to ultra-woke online retail colossus Amazon.com is set to go public and the company’s leadership will ring the bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) next week to mark the occasion.
PublicSq which promotes itself as being “Pro-Life, Pro-Family, Pro-Freedom,” looks to capitalize on growing consumer discontent with big corporations pushing a left-wing agenda as shoppers increasingly look for other options rather than see their money used to support causes that are incompatible with traditional American values.
With much of big businesses choosing to alienate potential customers by promoting anti-white discrimination, transgenderism, and radical climate policies through environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG), the pro-America company launched nationally in 2022 and has since drawn the support of conservatives including Donald Trump, Jr. and former GOP U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters.
In excerpts from an investor call obtained and reported on by the Daily Mail, Donald Trump Jr. said that it was “awesome” how PublicSq links the “forgotten man, woman, and business of this country,” a number that he put at roughly 175 million Americans.
“So to be a part of this team, to see what’s going on, to hear the success stories of the people that have been helped by the platform, even in its infancy…it’s just a very, very exciting time,” Trump said on the Tuesday evening call, where according to the outlet, “leadership and top financiers discussed its investment strategy for getting more donors in the door by focusing on the company’s conservative ‘parallel economy,’ they say sets itself apart from other online marketplaces.”
Company leaders will ring the NYSE bell next Thursday, July 20, to officially take the company public.
“I’ve just seen how badly needed PublicSq is,” said Masters, who lost his Arizona Senate bid against Democrat Mark Kelly, partially because Mitch McConnell chose to direct badly-needed funding elsewhere.
“It’s not just Republicans, by the way, who are crying out. If you look at survey data, it’s Republicans, it’s Democrats, it’s Independents. Pretty much nobody likes corporate America just deciding to install woke values on us when we’re trying to shop for toilet paper or buy a new crib for our baby,” he added.
“At PublicSq, we strive to provide meaningful solutions, and we are thrilled to introduce yet another solution to individuals and business owners who steadfastly believe in America’s greatness and are committed to its prosperity. By going public, ‘We the People’ will not only be able to patronize businesses that share their values, but in turn also invest in companies that uphold their values. We firmly believe that America is worth fighting for, and going public serves as a powerful means for individuals to actively participate in shaping the future of our great nation,” the company wrote on Twitter.
PublicSq was recently in the news when the company stepped in to sponsor NFL star Jordan Poyer’s charity golf tournament after it was temporarily canceled when leftist bullies mounted a pressure campaign over it being held at Trump National Doral Miami, saving the day.
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“When Jordan Poyer chose to host his annual charity golf outing at Trump National Doral Golf Club in Miami, Florida, he didn’t expect the backlash that ensued to threaten the event itself. Leave it to the cancel culture mob to attack a charitable event that benefits underprivileged children just because they don’t like who owns the event location!” PublicSq wrote on its website. “However, Poyer refused to back down, and with the support of PublicSq, the event is set to take place on July 10th as originally planned. A statement issued from Poyer’s representative at Avalon Sports stated, ‘We are grateful to announce that PublicSq will be our presenting sponsor for this year’s edition. We also want to highlight the outpouring of support that we have received from professional athletes, the general public, businesses, and charitable organizations across the country.’
“PublicSq is proud to partner with Jordan Poyer. We’re glad to see he’s standing against the cancel-culture mob that tried to shut down this charity event, and we will always support freedom-loving Americans like Jordan whenever there is an opportunity to do so,” said Founder and CEO, Michael Seifert.
“We are united in our commitment to freedom and truth — that’s what makes us Americans,” PublicSq states. “We believe small businesses and the communities who support them are the backbone of our economy.”
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