‘Pro Life Pitbull’ Slams CPAC as Video Emerges of Schlapp Admitting: ‘I Don’t Want Pro Life Panels’.

An anti-abortion activist dubbed the “pro life pitbull” of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has spoken out as video evidence (below) emerged of conference Chairman Matt Schlapp admitting he shut down attempts to host a panel discussion on the subject at their latest event in Florida. Alison Centofante – who has served at Live Action, Alliance Defending Freedom, and the Concerned Women for America – took to Twitter on Wednesday to explain her disappointment with the American Conservative Union (ACU) and its conference, CPAC, for refusing to promote pro-life issues in the same way they promote other issues. “I

REVEALED: Matt Schlapp’s CPAC Took Six-Figure ‘Social Action’ Donation from Soros-Linked ‘Dark Money’ Network.

The American Conservative Union (ACU) – which hosts the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) – took a six figure donation from a leading left-wing fund for the purposes of “civil rights, social action, advocacy,” according to the fund’s financial records dated 2020, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. The New Venture Fund, whose mission statement revolves around “Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Commitment,” issued a cash grant of $183,250 to the ACU, run by Matt and Mercedes Schlapp, in 2020. The fund is known for its work supporting anti-Trump, anti-conservative initiatives. The ACU refused to comment when approached by