Design Company Steps Forward To Take ‘Full Responsibility’ For CPAC Stage Debacle: Repor

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The company that designed the stage used at CPAC this year has stepped forward to reportedly take full responsibility for the debacle that unfolded when internet trolls noticed the stage resembled the othala rune, a symbol featured on Nazi uniforms.

Design Foundry, a stage design company based out of Maryland, told the Forward on Tuesday night that it “had no idea that the design resembled any symbol, nor was there any intention to create something that did.”


Design Foundry said that the American Conservative Union approved the stage design, which was “intended to provide the best use of space, given the constraints of the ballroom and social distancing requirements.”

According to the terms of the contract signed with Design Foundry, and shared with the Forward, the ACU approved the design but had no rights to change the design or dismantle the stage. “The designs, renderings, drawings, specifications, materials and other documents used or created as part of the proposal are owned by Design Foundry,” the contract reads. Design Foundry has worked with CPAC for several years and has provided services to MSNBC and major corporations – including Google, Citibank and Target.



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Anyone check to see where Blake Neff went to work after getting the boot from Fox News?
 

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I figured it had something to do with utilizing the space, but damn-- that was some coincidence.
 

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Nobody told a lie about the stage. It was an Internet rumor.

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Started by Left wing Dimwits like you....
I admit, when someone made the topic about it here on the forums I said something like "Oh goodness, they couldn't really be using the Odal rune" or something. But I wasn't going nuts about it. I didn't start it or make topics about it...it's a fucking stage, the fuck do i care.
 

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I figured it had something to do with utilizing the space, but damn-- that was some coincidence.

It like illegal aliens packed into shipping crates/cages at the border. Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrats led by China Joey Xi are utilizing the space... You're right just like Obama did... Packing them in.
 

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I figured it had something to do with utilizing the space, but damn-- that was some coincidence.

It like illegal aliens packed into shipping crates/cages at the border. Progressive Marxist/DSA Democrats led by China Joey Xi are utilizing the space... You're right just like Obama did... Packing them in.
Oh, that was right on target!
 

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The company that designed the stage used at CPAC this year has stepped forward to reportedly take full responsibility for the debacle that unfolded when internet trolls noticed the stage resembled the othala rune, a symbol featured on Nazi uniforms.

Design Foundry, a stage design company based out of Maryland, told the Forward on Tuesday night that it “had no idea that the design resembled any symbol, nor was there any intention to create something that did.”


Design Foundry said that the American Conservative Union approved the stage design, which was “intended to provide the best use of space, given the constraints of the ballroom and social distancing requirements.”

According to the terms of the contract signed with Design Foundry, and shared with the Forward, the ACU approved the design but had no rights to change the design or dismantle the stage. “The designs, renderings, drawings, specifications, materials and other documents used or created as part of the proposal are owned by Design Foundry,” the contract reads. Design Foundry has worked with CPAC for several years and has provided services to MSNBC and major corporations – including Google, Citibank and Target.



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There was no debacle. Just a BUNCH of recreational outrage pussies creating strife from thin air. Sadly I saw a lot of dumbfucks on this site fall for it.
 

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I figured it had something to do with utilizing the space, but damn-- that was some coincidence.
This is a new low for libs
Really? I don't know, I have seen them go way lower.....this however, just highlights yet another desperate attempt by the left to deflect and project.....deflect from the genocide in NYC, deflect from BIden's horrible first month, and frankly his mental state....and project, project from their own embrace of National Socialism
 

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While it could be a coincidence just because the design studio says it was their design doesn't mean they don't have a Proud Boy working there doing designs.

Or maybe someone that did it to make CPAC look bad. As I said in the original thread, no one seemed to be too concerned over the optics.
 

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While it could be a coincidence just because the design studio says it was their design doesn't mean they don't have a Proud Boy working there doing designs.

Or maybe someone that did it to make CPAC look bad. As I said in the original thread, no one seemed to be too concerned over the optics.
That's true the design company could....

and the second point is true as well....

both are possible...but what we do know is the libs were spreading lies an propaganda when they suggested that CPAC did it....another left wing hoax, exposed and debunked....
 

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The company that designed the stage used at CPAC this year has stepped forward to reportedly take full responsibility for the debacle that unfolded when internet trolls noticed the stage resembled the othala rune, a symbol featured on Nazi uniforms.

Design Foundry, a stage design company based out of Maryland, told the Forward on Tuesday night that it “had no idea that the design resembled any symbol, nor was there any intention to create something that did.”


Design Foundry said that the American Conservative Union approved the stage design, which was “intended to provide the best use of space, given the constraints of the ballroom and social distancing requirements.”

According to the terms of the contract signed with Design Foundry, and shared with the Forward, the ACU approved the design but had no rights to change the design or dismantle the stage. “The designs, renderings, drawings, specifications, materials and other documents used or created as part of the proposal are owned by Design Foundry,” the contract reads. Design Foundry has worked with CPAC for several years and has provided services to MSNBC and major corporations – including Google, Citibank and Target.



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The ability some people have to become outraged over nothing is amazing.
 

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