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The Editor-in-Chief of The National Pulse Raheem Kassam attacked "Conservative Inc" in his recent War Room: Pandemic podcast, saying that "Conservatives across America need to guard their donations closely."
"There are some very nice buildings here on capitol hill, there are some very nice office buildings, and there's some very nice cars parked outside of them," said Kassam.
"They're built off the back of the 5 and 10 dollars that a lot of Conservative donors end up sending to Conservative Inc think tanks. What's Conservative inc? Its the people who back Jeb Bush; the people that were never-Trumpers; the people that don't care about your community," he added.
"They're laughing in your face," said Kassam. "Time and time again, you're sending them the cheques—money that you can scarcely afford ... what has it got us so far? These think tanks that ran away from candidate Trump in 2016 and are running away from President Trump right now."
Raheem Kassam created the War Room: Pandemic podcast alongside Steve Bannon who served as President Trump's Chief Strategist. He left this position in 2017.
Speaking to The Post Millennial about this video, Kassam said that "I cannot identify a single thing career 'conservatives' have conserved. If we're going to save Western civilization we have to realize the enemies are both outside our movement, but within also."
"All this fancy think tanks on Capitol Hill that turn out position papers should become the subject of widespread scrutiny, skepticism, and mockery," he continued.
"They demand that ordinary, working class conservatives across the country send them $5 or $10 every so often and all they do with that money is pay themselves seven figure salaries, and build fancy buildings with corporate clients' names on them. It's time to bring that to an end."