Liberal conspiracy theorists quickly took to social media to point out that the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference’s program looked like a Nazi symbol. They claimed that the stage’s design was a sure nod to the white supremacist movement, even when the conference’s chairman pointed out that conservatives stood proudly with the Jewish nation.
After digging deeper, they discovered the stage’s design came from the Maryland event company Design Foundry, which said that they had no idea that the stage design that they created for the Conservative Political Action Conference looked like a Nazi symbol.
Liberals Causing Trouble for One of Their Own
Liberals may need to think again because this company’s management regularly contributes to liberal candidates and causes.
They even admit that most of their employees were glad that Biden won the election. The company says that their only point in the design was to create as much space between people as possible given the Hyatt facilities layout.
Design Foundry’s Previous Work
Design Foundry created the 2018 Biden Cancer Summit stage and has done work for MSNBC, Google, Citibank, and Target. Officials with the Conservative Political Action Conference say that the firm was chosen because of their reputation and not their political beliefs. Of course, no liberal will admit they made a mistake because it might look like they were caving in to Trump.
Liberals who were quick to jump on the bandwagon believed that the stage looked like a rebranded swastika, something called an odal or othala rune. Hyatt quickly announced that they found any racial symbolism abhorrent.