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Soros-Backed Activist Questions If Makeup Is Racist

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  • Source: Dan Bongino
  • 06/11/2022
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Nandini Jammi, an activist part of the Soros-backed “Good Information Inc” (lol), once questioned whether a completely innocuous makeup display was racist.

After being “enlightened” earlier this week by Pete Buttigieg that our roadways are somehow racist, we now “learn” from Jammi that makeup is among the “racist” objects out there in the world.

In a post titled “Is this makeup racist?” Nandini questions, without any explanation whatsoever, whether or not a display is racist, because why not?

While it’s hard to get in the mind of the insane, presumably Nandini thinks it’s racist that a company offers different makeup for people with different skin tones, which they only do because there’s a demand for it. Had they not been offering a diverse enough array of products, we know that Nandini would determine that too is racist. You have to understand that social justice is a “heads I win, tails you lose” game, of course.

Speaking of racism, the Soros-backed activist has recently targeted Jewish-run publications by slandering them as “Nazis,”  and was caught lying to her followers that their donations to her non-profit “Check My Ads” will be tax deductible, which is contradicted by IRS rules.

There’s only one problem here – her organization is a *pending* 501(c)(3), as per the Check My Ads website:


This means that donations will only be tax deductible in the event that the IRS approves that status.

According to the IRS regulations on “contributions to organizations with IRS application(s) pending”: “When the IRS approves a timely filed exemption application, exempt status is recognized back to the date the organization was created. Thus, while an application is pending, the organization can treat itself as exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3). For example, it must file Form 990 (instead of an income tax return) while its application is pending. However, contributors to the organization do not have advance assurance of deductibility because the organization’s exemption is pending. If the organization ultimately qualifies for exemption for the period in which the contribution is made, the contribution will be tax-deductible by the donor. Alternatively, if the organization ultimately does not qualify for exemption, then the contribution will not be tax deductible.

There’s also serious questions on if the organization is even able to qualify as a 501(c)(3) due to their political involvement.

Nandini responded by “debunking” a point that no one made, posting on twitter that the IRS does allow pending 501(c)(3)s to accept donations. Of course, that pending 501(c)(3)s are allowed to accept donations was never disputed – the tax exempt status of those donations was.

Interestingly, an archived page of the Check My Ads website from the Wayback Machine reveals that as recently as October they falsely claimed to already be a registered 501(c)(3).

But that aside, hopefully her quest to abolish “racist makeup” is a success!

Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George SorosDumb and Dumber: How Cuomo and de Blasio Ruined New YorkDebunk This: Shattering Liberal Lies, and Spygate

Photos by Getty Images

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