How Investment Powerhouses are Secretly Influencing Corporate Decision-Making

In an eye-opening interview on Fox News’ “Jesse Watters Primetime,” former Anheuser-Busch executive Anson Frericks shed light on the behind-the-scenes manipulation by liberal investment firms that may be impacting the direction of major companies like Target and Anheuser-Busch. Frericks revealed that companies such as New York’s BlackRock and Pennsylvania’s Vanguard, which manage trillions of dollars in capital, are using their significant influence to push forward progressive agenda politics. This is accomplished through their connections to progressive lawmakers who oversee government pension funds, providing these firms with a powerful platform to influence corporate decisions.

One example of this covert control is the controversial collaboration between Bud Light and transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney. Frericks exposed how these investment giants dictate decisions related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (ESG) that then trickle down to major companies.

Frericks also highlighted the fact that California’s pension fund, the largest in the US, is managed by one of these firms. This allows California politicians to exert immense influence over corporate decisions. They have already mandated divestment from industries such as fossil fuels and oil and gas, as well as pushing for commitments to ESG.

The defiance of public sentiment in matters of politics by corporations is another concerning aspect highlighted by Frericks. The recent backlash in Atlanta following the passage of election integrity laws in Georgia, which affected companies like Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines, serves as a prime example.

These revelations raise important questions about the covert control of corporate America by left-leaning investment firms. Is this an attack on freedom of choice, or is it a valid step towards a more inclusive society? Share your thoughts below and join the conversation.

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