Democrats and the mainstream media claim that the stage design for the recently held Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) resembled a Nazi symbol. The company who created the stage, however, did not know that it looked like one.
Design Foundry, the company that designed the CPAC stage, told Forward it had no idea that the stage resembled any insignia. It also mentioned that they did not have any intention to make one that did.
As written in the Design Foundry’s contract, all of the designs and specifications, as well as all the materials and files they used to create their design proposal were owned by the company.
This statement comes after the mainstream media and many Democrat Twitter activists criticized CPAC. They accused it of intentionally making a stage that depicts a Nazi insignia.
The company that created the design, however, does not exclusively work with conservatives.
In 2018, the Design Foundry worked with the Biden Cancer Summit of that year, featuring Presidesident Biden as a speaker. In 2017, the company worked with MSNBC for the 70th year of Meet the Press. It has also worked with other known liberal companies, such as tech giant Google.
Additionally, the design company also revealed that its workers spent a total of $7,766.50 on federal elections. Only $140 of that amount went to candidates from the Republican party.