Designer of CPAC Stage, Accused of Looking Like Nazi Symbol, Is Identified, Kicker Is Who They Are and For Whom They've Worked

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We reported on the crazy leftist conspiracy theory that the CPAC stage was somehow a Nazi symbol.

Liberals flipped out, went after the CPAC organizers and Hyatt for hosting, and even tried to hunt down who was behind building the stage.

Well, now, they’ve figured out who was behind building the stage. But it doesn’t exactly fit the liberals’ fevered conspiracy theories.

According to Forward, Design Foundry is a stage design firm from Hyattsville, Maryland. It said it “had no idea that the design resembled any symbol, nor was there any intention to create something that did.” They said the whole purpose was to provide the “best use of the space” given the “constraints of the ballroom and social distancing requirements.” Design Foundry has worked with CPAC for several years. But now CPAC spokesperson said they will no longer be working with the company, “It’s clear that the company we retained designed a stage that has become an unwelcome distraction.”

In addition to CPAC, Design Foundry has also worked with MSNBC and companies like Google, Citibank and Target.

But there’s another thing about the company that journalist Yashar Ali revealed – it’s a very pro-Biden firm.

“They oversaw the design for the Biden Cancer Summit in 2018. The owner, Annie, is very liberal and was so excited for Biden’s victory. Great work conspiracy theorists.”

Are you listening, liberals? Your craziness got this liberal-run company canceled at a time when such companies probably are really hurting a lot. And now you’re linking a pro-Biden company that’s done work for Biden to a Nazi symbol. Good job. What a way to backfire.

Here’s some of their work:

This whole thing just shows again how dumb all these ridiculous conspiracy theories are. Even now, some on the left refuse to believe that this company didn’t mean it. Just chalk up another one for the crazy conspiracy chorus.

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