PolicyEngage, a company that provides digital services to political organizations, has refused to do business with author and terrorism expert Brigitte Gabriel’s organization, ACT for America, because of one of its other clients — the far-left Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
In a comment to Breitbart News, PolicyEngage CEO Steven Marciniak said that his company refused service to ACT to avoid a conflict of interest with the SPLC.
Southern Poverty Law Center is one of PolicyEngage’s largest clients and like any good capitalist, we are focused on retaining our clients.”
“We were going to implement TrackBill to modernize our system of tracking legislation because Act for America does a considerable amount of work passing legislation we deem key to national security,” said Maxwell.
Maxwell pointed to ACT’s work helping 19 states to pass the Iranian Divestment Bill, which imposes restrictions on companies that do business with the Iranian energy and finance sectors.