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First fox: Arizona Attorney General Mark BrnovichRepublicans are complicit in promoting the environmental, social and governance (ESG) of American corporations, accusing wealth managers of “trying to carry out a far-left political agenda.”
Brnovic on Thursday joined Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrissey in the anti-Semitic Boycott, Sale, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
“The biggest problem is that money managers are trying to implement a political far-left agenda,” Brnovic said. “Fundamentally, we are making a concerted effort to influence companies, encourage them to decarbonize, halt oil and gas production, and finally wake them up.”
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Brnovic, who ran for the Republican Senate primary in Arizona and has been an outspoken opponent of ESG policies, said he didn’t think the ratings were fair because they were “subjective,” and companies were “beneficial to investors.” , he said.
“Instead, what they are doing is undermining America’s energy independence. And the reality is that whatever company you act in, whether the CEO is male or female is not a problem,” Brnovic said. .
“What matters is, are you delivering value to your customers in return for your investors?” he added.
Arizona AG said that while ESG promotion is currently taking place in the energy industry, it could spread to other industries “like the firearms industry.”
Brnovic warned, “As for left-wing revolutions, they’ll always eat themselves because you’ll never wake up enough or be left out enough for them.” They “target and attack” those who oppose them.
“God, look at the French Revolution,” said Brnovic. “Even Robespierre was killed for not being revolutionary enough.”
Brnovic was one of 16 Republican attorneys general to sign the letter to Morningstar, which through its wholly-owned subsidiary Sustainalytics, advocated for the anti-Israel Boycott, Sale, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign. claimed to be promoting
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In a letter obtained exclusively by Fox News Digital, the Attorney General wrote that Sustainalytics “may be facilitating a boycott, sale and sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel” on behalf of Morningstar. increase.
A spokesperson for Morningstar told Fox News Digital that the company “does not support the anti-Israel BDS campaign” and was considering the letter and “will respond.”