Pick me! Pick me! This is an easy one!
The RightPath PAC is coming after those of us on the right. Period. Let's talk about who they are and why they would do such a thing. Then we can visit about who will be taking their money.
who are they?
PAC contributors are Washington University board members, past board members, alum and other woke players in big business. Their common ground, really, is a love for Wash U. Sounds sweet doesn't it? They've got that good 'ole school spirit.
Yeah, well... what they are really most concerned about is Wash U finances and the University's ability to continue its woke research and programming.
Contributors to RightPath PAC include names like:
- Sandy Loewentheil. She's a WU trustee, retired and lives in the New York. She received her bachelor's degree at a university in China, Tainjin Foreign Studies University and her MBA at University of CA in San Fransisco. She was one of the first big donors in February. $50,000.00
- George Bauer is a very successful Wash U alum. He lives out of state now, but he's on the Board of Trustees at Wash U and has chosen to give back to his home state in this way. His donation this month was $200,000. He's quite philanthropic.
- Blackford Brauer who pitched in $200,000 and his company, Hunter Engineering donated another $200,000. His dad was a trustee.
The list goes on with these large donations, but I'll leave it at that.
The point is, these donors are NOT pro-life. They are NOT conservative.
Writing a check for $200,000 for these guys is similar to me writing a check for $20. What you'll see is a husband donating the limit, the wife donating the limit as well as their company donating the limit. They can also donate to the PAC and then again to campaign committees directly. It adds up to enormous amounts of money very quickly.
what do they want?
Short answer: They want Missouri senators that will vote for the policies Wash U wants. Those things would be primarily pro-abortion and things like embryonic stem cell research among other left leaning issues.
Washington university priorities
Did you know that Wash U is using aborted babies for research? You probably did, but I think it's easy to forget and push things like that to the very back corners of our minds. Their research definitely includes embryonic stem cell research but who knows what else.
Did you know Wash U trains abortion doctors? Common sense would tell you the only real training ground for them is probably the only abortion clinic in Missouri, Planned Parenthood, which is located nearby Wash U. Interesting, huh?
Now think about that. Here we've got a university doing research on aborted fetuses for who knows what purposes, but definitely including stem cell research. And yes, good things can come from those findings, I know. But how do you really feel about benefiting from elective abortions?
Sit with that for a few minutes before you just dismiss it and move on because it's too uncomfortable to think about.
The consequence of the use of fetal tissue from elective abortions is desensitization of beneficiaries to the original illicit act of abortion thereby obscuring the value of all human life and potentially leading to scandal - The Linacre Quarterly
At any rate, Wash U is training abortion doctors and using aborted babies in their research. If I were a university doing those things, I'd probably send my interns to that nearby clinic for educational purposes. I'd probably check into the possibilities of being able to procure "research materials" from there, also. That would be an easy procurement and a great source of quality "specimens" wouldn't it? I don't have any idea where they get their babies to research, but it seems like that would be a logical relationship I'd want to build if I were Wash U.
Although the details of that relationship will likely never be completely known by the likes of you and I, Wash U and the RightPath PAC are most certainly and without question pro-abortion. They are neck deep in research that requires aborted babies to function as well as training abortion doctors. They have a vested financial interest in both embryonic stem cell research and the continuation of abortion here in Missouri.
whoever takes that money is going to vote pro-Wash u
Keep your eyes open, folks!
The senators & candidates who are taking RightPath money are going to be voting pro-Washington University which means pro-abortion and pro-left leaning policy.
You can bet on it.
The quarterly MEC reports will be out in April. I'll be sure to give you an update about who's on the receiving end.
You need to vote accordingly in August!